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Computer Aided Drafting II: AutoCAD
Course: DFT254AA

First Term: 2001 Fall
Lec + Lab   3 Credit(s)   6 Period(s)   5.1 Load  
Subject Type: Occupational
Load Formula: S

Description: Advanced AutoCAD techniques in constructing three-dimensional objects and symbols, dimensioning and text; advanced techniques for projection, rotation, and translation of objects; advanced plotter use

MCCCD Official Course Competencies
1. Construct a three-dimensional object, using three-dimensional rotation to obtain views, sectioning the object as required, and detailing views of the object. (I)
2. Dimension all parts of an object, linearly, circularly, and angularly, using labels, leaders, and various text positioning techniques. (II)
3. Create and store symbol libraries used in mechanical, electronic, and construction drafting technology. (III)
4. Generate composite drawings, using the appropriate symbol libraries for mechanical, electronic, and construction technologies. (IV)
5. Use advanced techniques of projection, rotation, translation, and scaling to create complex three-dimensional objects. (V)
6. Use plotters to obtain drawings of different scales and compositions. (VI)
MCCCD Official Course Outline
I. Three-dimensional construction
   A. Layering
   B. Rotation
   C. Sectioning
   D. Detailing
II. Dimensioning
   A. Linear
   B. Circular
   C. Angular
   D. Text positioning
   E. Labels
   F. Leaders
III. Symbol creation
   A. Creating a single symbol
   B. Creating a library of symbols
IV. Generating drawings
   A. Recalling various symbol libraries
   B. Creating mechanical, electronic, and construction drawings
V. Advanced three-dimensional construction
   A. Projection
   B. Rotation
   C. Translation
   D. Scaling
VI. Plotting techniques
MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:  12/12/2000

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