DESIGN & INNOVATION FOR INDUSTRY (DDP)

  • DESIGN & INNOVATION FOR INDUSTRY (DDP)

    1 Unit

    Prerequisite: None

    Satisfies graduation requirement in Practical Art or Fine Art

     

    Students in this course will first learn how to sketch using one and two point perspectives to convey rough design ideas.  AutoCad LT 2014 will be learned and used to produce production grade technical drawings that include Plan View, Orthographic Projection Drawings, Section Cut, Isometric Drawings, and Auxiliary View drawings. Once students understand the 2 dimensional drawings they will be introduced to the 3D world using Solidworks 2016 to produce Isometric part designs and assemblies. When designs and drawings are approved, students will be able to create a prototype using our 3-D printers. Through problem solving, 3-D model building and testing, students will solve both hypothetical and real world problems. Students interested in a career in Design and Engineering should register for this course.