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CAD 156 - Engineering Graphics II


Last Date of Approval: Spring 2022

3 Credits
Total Lecture Hours: 45
Total Lab Hours: 0
Total Clinical Hours: 0
Total Work-Based Experience Hours: 0

Course Description:
Coursework will build on basic skills and focus on using computer-aided design software to develop technical drawings. Topics will include advanced orthographics, auxiliary views, section views, representation of threading, and the application of fits & tolerancing in dimensioning. Students will develop the fundamental skills and reasoning necessary for interpreting and clearly describing technical information according to industry-accepted practices. This knowledge will create an awareness of the importance of standardization and communication in everyday life.

Prerequisites: Engineering Graphics I (CAD 155), Intro to CAD (CAD 101)

The prerequisites may be waived if the instructor determines that the student has completed equivalent coursework
Recommended(s): Computers will be used daily in this course. Students who do not have experience using computers should not attempt this course until having first completed a course in basic computer use.
Mode(s) of Instruction: traditional/face-to-face

Credit for Prior Learning: This course offers an opportunity for students to earn Credit for Prior Learning for skills that they have brought with them to Iowa Central. For more information, please ask the instructor and see the Iowa Central Community College catalog.

Course Fees: Course Materials: $100.00, ebook/Access Code: $119.99 (charged once per term for all courses that use Cengage Unlimited)

Common Course Assessment(s): None

Student Learning Outcomes and Objectives:

  • Create orthographic drawings of objects with normal, inclined, oblique, and curved surfaces.
  • Develop sectional views of objects.
  • Develop primary auxiliary views of objects.
  • Apply dimensioning to technical drawings.
  • Represent threading and threaded members on technical drawings.

Course Objectives

  • Apply 3rd-angle projection in creating orthographic drawings.
  • Interpret orthographic drawings.
  • Create full and half-section views.
  • Create primary auxiliaries.
  • Apply standard dimensioning practices to drawings.
  • Interpret dimensioning on drawings.
  • Calculate tolerances and fits.



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