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Prerequisites: CDM 103 with a grade of "C" or better.
Extends topics covered in CDM 103 and includes advanced orthographic views, tolerancing and dimensioning. Covers sketching, sectional views, auxiliary views and basic descriptive geometry. Uses AutoCAD software.
Prerequisites: CDM 104Analysis of basic shape descriptions using successive auxiliary views and rotations to determine true lengths, sizes and shapes, and to find solutions to problems dealing with coplanar and non-coplanar forces. Engineering report required.
Prerequisites: CDM 104
General orientation, site work, floor plans, elevation drawings, structural information and dimensioning information, roof plans, schedules of fixtures and equipment.
Prerequisites: CDM 205
Detail drawings, sections, stairs, foundation plans, and introduction to electrical drawings, plumbing and HVAC drawings, perspectives and renderings
Prerequisites: CDM 104
Introduction to use and application of Revit software. Course includes Building Information Modeling, shared user design, and sustainable/green building features.
Intermediate application of Revit software for commercial architectural design involving Building Information Modeling. Collaboration techniques, advanced design development tools and advanced construction documents are featured.
Prerequisites: CDM 104Use and availability of concrete, masonry, metals, wood and plastics, thermal and moisture protection, doors and windows, finishes, etc.
Prerequisites: CDM 104Design of systems related to size and structure of buildings. Drawings for heating systems: forced air, hot water, radiant, and electrical. Air conditioning systems and drawings.
Prerequisites: CDM 104Interpretation of general plans, stress diagrams, erection diagrams and specifications. Preparation of steel details, falsework plans, foundation and masonry plans, and bills of material and bolt lists. Drawing of basic welding details.
Prerequisites: CDM 104Includes electrical symbols and fundamentals, conduit and grounding plans, lighting plans, details of electrical equipment, electronic symbols and tables, connections diagrams, schematic block and logic diagrams, instrumentation and control drawings.
Prerequisites: CDM 103
Introduction to parametric solid modeling using Solidworks software.
Prerequisites: CDM 221
Intermediate parametric solid modeling using Solidworks software.
Prerequisites: CDM 104Fundamentals and techniques, general dimensioning, practices, limit dimensions, cylindrical fits, S.I. metrics, tolerances of position and form, surface texture, profile, orientation and runout.
Prerequisites: CDM 104Includes short history of N/C programming, cutters, speeds and feeds, sequence of operations, tool path generation for 3-axis and multiaxis machines, tooling and machine language using Mastercam program and completion of prototypes in CNC manufacturing cell.
Prerequisites: CDM 104Focuses on processes used in manufacturing metal parts. Includes machining, stamping, extruding, swaging, grinding, casting, forging, roll forming, welding, electrical discharge machining (EDM) and threading. Finishing processes include anodizing, tempering, annealing, pickling, etc. Addresses overall process of manufacturing planning. Prerequisite waived with instructor consent.
Prerequisites: CDM 104Pneumatic/ hydraulic fundamentals and codes, kinds of pipe and specifications, piping symbols, piping schematics, plans, riser diagrams, isometrics, and details of piping.
Prerequisites: CDM 104Drawing and interpretation of site plans and maps, calculating drainage; and drawing structural steel details, reinforcing concrete and the piping related to site plans.
Examination of sustainability and green construction design and drafting items related to residential and commercial design. Topics will include building materials, methodologies, energy production and storage, water use and waste systems. Course includes a review of LEED certification items.
Prerequisites: Approval of CAD/CAM department chair and meet externship requirements.Practical work experience and structured occupational learning specific to CAD/CAM major. Provides educational experience not available in classroom or lab.
Corequisites: Application for graduation