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MET 1231 Introduction to Engineering Design Using 3D CAD

Application of the process of design and the interpretation of engineering drawings. Includes design development, product development, and problem solution, principles of orthographic projection, drafting symbols, surface finish symbols, and geometric dimensioning and tolerancing symbols. Student is exposed to parametric 3D CAD modeling for the purpose of creating parts and assemblies and to properly dimension and detail drawings to effectively communicate design intent. Three classroom, three lab hours per week.

Prerequisites: NONE

Course Outcomes
  • Apply time management skills and teaming to complete projects.
  • Demonstrate understanding of dimensioning techniques.
  • Creating part assembly and detail drawings to communicate effectively.
  • Use proper judgment and apply ethical design practices on projects.
  • Read and interpret engineering drawings.
  • Use and application of symbols related to tolerancing (coordinate and geometric).
  • Demonstrate knowledge of engineering standards and procedures.
  • Create detailed drawings that serve as working drawings for manufactured products.
  • Apply the design process in the development of a problem solution or product design.
Credit Hours: 4
  • Classroom: 3 hours
  • Lab: 3 hours
  • Division: Science, Mathematics and Engineering
  • Department: Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Repeatable Credit: No
  • Offered Online: Yes
Available Sections
Face to Face
Downtown Dayton Campus
Bldg 11, Rm 436
Term: Spring 2022
Format: Course meets in person on scheduled day(s) and time(s).
Open Seats: 12
Meets: MW from 2:00PM to 4:40PM
Section: 100
Open Seats: 12
Meets: MW from
2:00PM to 4:40PM
Section: 100