Oct 26, 2021
DFTG 2340 - Solid Modeling/Design
3 Credits (2 hrs. lec., 4 hrs. lab.) A computer-aided modeling course. Development of three-dimensional drawings and models from engineering sketches and orthographic drawings and utilization of three-dimensional models in design work. Prerequisite: DFTG 1305 and DFTG 1309
1 - Application of the concepts necessary to create three-dimensional solid model objects.
2 - Create isometric, oblique, and perspective drawings.
3 - Draw manually or by computer.
4 - Create surfaces.
5 - Create a solids model.
6 - Define 3D workplane.
7 - Create multiple viewpoints.
8 - Control the view display.
9 - Generate basic 3D primitives.
10 - Use Boolean geometry in the construction of 3D entities.
11 - Perform interference checking.
12 - Extract mass properties from the model.
13 - Generate 2D drawings from the 3D model.
14 - Perform sectioning of a 3D view.
15 - Generate hardcopy.
16 - Produce surface MAPS, render, a model.
17 - Use CAD/D to create a three-dimensional model that can create a family of parts based on a relational data.