3D CAD Theory and Practice III


Course Overview

Course Code: DFTG-137

Department: Drafting

Credit Hours: 3.00

Textbook Information: Bookstore website

This course explores three-dimensional viewing and construction capabilities of CAD. Topics covered include review of point coordinate system (UCS). Spherical and cylindrical coordinate entry; 3D viewing options, 3D geometry construction, surface mesh, region and solid modeling are also introduced. Using paper space, model space and applied view ports for 3D constructions is covered. Applied bitmap files, shading and rendering to presentation projects will be explored. Students will complete activities to create not only good technical skills but practice the 10 traits that form the core of our Work Ethic curriculum. Prerequisite: Completion of DFTG 126 with a grade of C or better or currently enrolled

Course Schedule

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Term: Fall 2022

Section Name: DFTG-137-HY01D

Location: Main Campus

Available Seats: 1

Faculty Name: R. Jervis

Min Credits: 3.00

Comments: Students cannot register online for the Drafting classes. Students must also stop by the drafting lab within the first week of class for information and instruction on getting started.

Term: Spring 2023

Section Name: DFTG-137-HY01D

Location: Main Campus

Available Seats: 22

Faculty Name: R. Jervis

Min Credits: 3.00

Comments: Students cannot register online for the Drafting classes. Students must also stop by the drafting lab within the first week of class for information and instruction on getting started.

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