Drafting I

This course focuses on how technical drawing is used as a form of graphic communication to transform an idea into physical form. A blend of hand sketching and computerdrafting techniques are used to teach both the concepts of drafting (including the use of views, the Alphabet of Lines, lineweights and drafting principles and standards) and the use of the computer-aided drafting (CAD) environment. A process of incorporating the application of isometric and orthographic views, the execution and use of 2-Dimensional commands and system variables to setup, construct, modify and present virtual models in CAD is emphasized. Offered: Fall and Spring. Three lecture hours.

Subject Categories: Business & Management

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Institution: Santa Fe Community College

Semesters Offered: Please contact the course contact to see if this course is still being offered.

For more information:

Drafting I (DRFT 111)
Phone: 505-428-1144
Email: jeremy.mier@sfcc.edu