Inventor DT-222 Syllabus

Design & Drafting Technology Department

DT-222 

Modeling

Required Course

3 Semester Credit Hours

2013

Course Description:              This course covers 3D elements of the Autodesk software, including the use of parametric solid modeling and surfacing, assembly modeling, creating 3D   digital prototypes, and 2D orthographic development from 3D drawings.

Prerequisite:                      DT-114

Text:                                   Randy Shih; Parametric Modeling with Autodesk Inventor 2013; Schroff Development Corp.

Learning Outcomes:         As a result of instruction in this course students will be able to:

  1. Use CAD tools to create wireframe drawings, solid models, and annotated working 3D drawings; and change, modify, and manipulate 3D models
  2. Create 2-D sketches
  3. Use dynamic viewing commands
  4. Create and edit parametric dimensions
  5. Create a binary tree
  6. Setup GRID and SNAP intervals
  7. Create placed features
  8. Modify and update feature dimensions
  9. Create parametric relations
  10. Use Dimensional variables
  11. Apply different geometric constraints
  12. Create projected geometry
  13. Use the BORN technique
  14. Create drawing layouts from solid models
  15. Arrange and manage 2D views in drawing mode
  16. Setup multiple work planes
  17. Create parts in the assembly modeler mode
  18. Utilize the Autodesk Inventor adaptive design approach

Topics Covered:

Curricular Components

Lecture Hours

Lab Hours

Wireframes

4

4

View Commands

4

1

Solid Modeling

8

10

Surfacing

4

5

Multi-view Drawings

6

8

Rendering

4

2

 

Class/Laboratory Schedule:             Lecture:           2 Hours/week  -  50 Minutes Each Lab:                 2 Hours/week  -  50 Minutes Each

Course contribution to Meeting ABET Criterion 5

This is a technical course that develops student knowledge and competence in the use of standard design practices, tools, techniques, and computer hardware and software

Relationship of Course to Program outcomes:

1-1  Utilize CAD skills to create workable plans

3-1 Utilize CAD skills to create 2 and 3 dimensional Working drawings

3-2 Utilize knowledge of CAD platforms to produce accurate drawings

6-2 Demonstrate Personal Responsibility

 

 

 

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