Theory (T): INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DRAWING AND GRAPHICS: Introduction to engineering graphics and technical drawing.
Practical (P): INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN: Introduction to Computer Aided Design: Software overview, interface basics, basic file operations.
T - INTRODUCTION TO DRAWING SYSTEMS & DRAWING VIEW CREATION.
P - SOLID EDGE BASICS: . Introduction to Solid Edge software. Drawing 2D Elements. Sketches and profiles.
T - STANDARDIZATION: PARTS, PLANS, DRAFTING AND DESIGN.
P - SKETCHES: Getting started with part modeling. The base feature. Using PathFinder in a Part model.
T - STANDARD MECHANICAL PARTS: Standarization of mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic and other parts.
P - FEATURES: Feature Modeling,profile, based features and threaded features.
T - PROJECT MANAGEMENT: Introduction to project management. Description of the main steps in a complete project. Good practices in Engineering.
P - SWEPT PROTUSION
T - INTRODUCTION TO DIMENSIONING: Principal, auxiliary, detail, section, broken and exploded views.
P - DIMENSIONING ACTIVITIES
T - DIMENSIONING II
P - DIMENSIONING ACTIVITIES II
T - DIMENSIONING III
P - DIMENSIONING ACTIVITIES III
T - PROJECTS REVISION: control of the projects progress.
P - INTRODUCTION TO ASSEMBLIES
T - FIT AND TOLERANCES
P - ASSEMBLIES II
T - FIT AND TOLERANCES PRACTICAL EXAMPLES
P - ASSEMBLIES DRAWING PLANS
T - GEOMETRICAL TOLERANCES
P - ERA ENVIRONMENT: Animating, rendering and exploding views. Video generation
T - PROJECT PRESENTATIONS: The final project will be presented by students.