MAK 110E Computer Aided Technical Drawing
1+3 (2.5 credits) (3 ECTS credits)

Assessment Criteria      Documents  
 Midterm Exam (2)
 Assignments (on each week)
 Homeworks (4)
 Design Project
 Final
20%
20%
10%
10%
40%
   Syllabus
 Course Catalogue Form
 Course Notes
 Grades

Ninova
Introduction to MAK110E
AutoCAD File (*.dwg)
Assembly File (*.dwg)



Course Description
  • Introduction to computer aided technical drawing
  • Basic drawing functions and multi-view projection
  • Sectioning and conventions
  • General concepts in 3D modeling
  • Creating parts in 3D design and solid modeling
  • Transferring 3D parts to drafting detailing
  • Assembly modeling and assembling parts
  • Surface modeling.
 Course Objectives
  • To give an ability to draw 2D drawings in standard 2D blueprint format
  • To provide the applications of dimensioning in 2D drawings
  • To give an ability to create solid model of a part
  • To give an ability to design and align given parts in an assembly
  • To give an ability to print out and present 2D and 3D drawings.
Course Learning Outcomes

Students who pass the course will be able to;

  • Create fully defined engineering models
  • Give dimensions on the 2D drawings.
  • Sketch the 2-dimensional drawings in CAD
  • Create the 3-dimensional models in CAD
  • Create the assembly drawing in computer environment.
  • Print out the 2-dimensional drawings and 3-dimensional models.
 References
  • Engineering Graphics, F.E.Giesecke, et.al., Pearson/Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 2004
  • Engineering design graphics : AutoCAD 2007, J.H. Earle, Pearson/Prentice Hall, New York, 2008
  • Technical Graphics Communication, G.R.Bertoline, et.al., McGraw-Hill, Boston, 2003
  • Technical Drawing: fundemantals, CAD, design, D.L Goetsch, et.al., Delmar Publ., 1989
  • AutoCAD 2002 MultiMedia Tutorial, R.H.Shih, J.Zecher, SDC Publ., Mission, 1999
  • Mühendislik Çizimin Esasları, S.Kurt, İ.Gerdemeli, C.E.İmrak, Birsen Yayınevi, İstanbul, 2005.
Course Plan
  1. Introduction to Computer Aided Drawing
  2. Parametric design and basic drawing functions
  3. Principles of dimensioning
  4. Orthographic projection and multi-view drawing
  5. Creating sectional views-1
  6. Creating sectional views-2
  7. Three dimensional design and creating parts in 3D drafting
  8. Applying constraints and dimensioning in solid modeling
  9. Extruding, modifying and redefining, feature construction
  10. Transferring 3D parts to drafting detailing-1
  11. Transferring 3D parts to drafting detailing-2
  12. Fasteners
  13. Assembly modeling and assembly drawings-1
  14. Assembly modeling and assembly drawings-2