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EGR-103-OBE

EGR-103-OBE

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CIP Code 11 140101 01
SAUK VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
COURSE OUTLINE
EGR 103 \u2013 Engineering Graphics
Prepared By: Wm. Bryan Fountain
Date: 05 Nov. 2005
Prerequisite changed effective Summer 2006
I.
Complete Catalog Description of Course
a. An introduction to basic mechanical drawing using the latest version of AutoCAD. Basic AutoCAD

commands will be introduced and emphasized throughout this course. Development of technical drawing skills including: freehand sketching, text, geometric construction, orthographic projection, dimensioning , sectional views, and other viewing conventions. The course will proceed from the basics of sketching and CAD to their applications in preparing detail and assembly drawings. (Credit will not be awarded for both EGR 103 and DFT 208)

B.Number of Hours per Week : 2 Hrs of Lecture & 2 Hrs of Lab for 3 credits
C. Prerequisites: IND 105 or CIS 109 or concurrent enrollment or consent of instructor
II. Topical Outline and Course Objectives (OBE Outcomes)
Unit A ( 1. Fundamentals, 2. Orthographic Projection, 3. Introduction to AutoCAD )
1. Fundamentals
Outcome - Students will analyze the function of drafting and CAD equipment in the construction
of geometric constructions and working drawings.
Assessment - Students will, as part of a lab exercise, develop simple drawings on AutoCAD that
2. Orthographic Projection
Outcome - Students will integrate the theory of third angle orthographic projection and the methods
and techniques used in multi-view drawings.
Assessment - students will examine unfinished 3 view drawings, replacing missing lines, complete
the missing third view of 3 view drawings and, create 3 view drawings from pictorial views.
3. Introduction to AutoCAD
Outcome - Students will illustrate the use of the draw, object snap, and modify commands.
Assessment - Students will respond to objective and subjective test questions demonstrating profi-
ciency using different methods to create the same drawing.
Unit B ( 1. AutoCAD Dimensioning Commands, 2. Dimensioning, 3. Sections )
1. AutoCAD Dimensioning Commands
Outcome - Students will examine the dimensioning commands available in the latest release of
Assessment - Students will create technical drawings incorporating the newly
2. Dimensioning
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Outcome - Students will discuss the theory, technique, selection, placement, and interpretation
of current technical drawing and dimensioning practices.
Assessment - Students will return to the previously created drawings and add
3. Sections
Outcome - Students will investigate the functions, conventions, and classifications of sectional views.
Assessment - Students will create section views in drawings requiring several types of sec-
tions.
Unit C ( 1. Auxiliary Views, 2. Detail Drawings, 3. Assembly Drawings )
1. Auxiliary Views
Outcome - Students will define the types, function, and classifications of auxiliary views.
Assessment - Students will create a drawing which includes primary auxiliary views.
2. Detail Drawings
Outcome - Students will evaluate the methods and techniques for creation of detailed working
drawings.
Assessment - Students will create finished detail drawings from an assembly layout, using ac-
cepted conventions and practices.
3. Assembly Drawings
Outcome - Students will examine the types of assembly drawings, and the identification of
parts with lists and numbering.
Assessment - Students will create assembly drawings from the detailed drawings
III. Textbook and Materials Required
AutoCAD and its Applications - Basics - 2006,S hum a ker/Mad sen, Goodheart - Willcox Publishing
Company, 2006. ISBN 1-59070-604-8.
Basic Computer Aided Drafting Lab Manual, Fountain, William, SVCC Book Store.

Pocket Ref. Glover, Thomas., 2nd Edition Sequoia Publishing. 1996. ISBN 1-885071-00-0
Minimum of (3) 3.5\u201d Floppy Disks & Disk Case
USB Memory Storage Device - 32MB Minimum Capacity
Notebook with graph paper and sketching paper.
Pens, Pencils & other standard student supplies.

IV. Suggested Bibliography
AutoCAD 2000 for Dummies, Middlebrook, Mark & Smith, Bud, IDG Books Worldwide,
AutoCAD 2000 Instructor, Leach, James A., McGraw Hill, 2000. ISBN0-07-234761-9.
AutoCAD 2000 Tutor for Engineering Graphics, Kalameja, Alan J., Thomson Learning,
1999. ISBN 0-7668-1238-3.
Discovering AutoCAD 2000. Dix, Mark & Riley, Paul, Prentice Hall, 1999.
ISBN 0-13-084264-8.

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