CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUTION DIVISION

DEPARTMENT OF POLYTECHNIC AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE EDUCATION
MINISTRY OF HIGHER EDUCATION MALAYSIA
A study of percepto! of stude!ts o! Course ""#$% COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN &
Instruction to Participating Students:
In this research, we are interested in your opinion in your learning about Course ""#$%
COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN &' We would appreciate your kindly allocating time to answer
statements on the intended learning outcomes in this module. Your participating in this study is
voluntary, and your responses will be kept confidential, only grouped data will be reported. You
will need about 15 minutes to complete the entire uestionnaire, and do not take much time on
any one statement.
COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN & course is provides a comprehensive introduction to computer!
aided design software. "tudents will learn to navigate and use the software to create basic
designs.
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COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES
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drawing following the procedures
FOR STATEMENTS % TO &$
TOPIC &- INTRODUCTION TO CAD
/his topic e.plains the Computer &ided 'esign (C&') about the use of C&' software to draw a
drawing compared to common drawing.
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LEARNING OUTCOME- U!derst,!d to descr+e ,!d .,!,/e t)e f*e syste. ! CAD
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0 'ifferentiate between C&' and conventional
drawing
1 Introduce C&' system and component
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3ist of computer aided design interface
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5ecogni6e the file type in C&'
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Work with file in CAD
FOR STATEMENTS && TO &#
TOPIC #- COMMANDS AND DATA INPUT
/opic e.plains on how the commands in C&' is been used.
LEARNING OUTCOME- U!derst,!d to descr+e t)e type of co..,!ds ,!d 0,rous type
of po!t e!t)ey .e!t)od ! CAD
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11 Recognize various types of command entry
method
a. Drop down menu
b. I c o n
c. Keyboar d
1* Identify types of point entry method
a Absolute Coordinate
b Relative Coordinate
c !olar Coordinate
d Direct entry
FOR STATEMENTS &1 TO &2
TOPIC 3- DRA4 COMMANS
/his topic e.plains characteristics and specifications of each entity and how these entity are
produced, modify and display.
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LEARNING OUTCOME- U!derst,!d to 'escribe the start up and drawing in C&'
At t)e e!d of t)s *esso! I s)ou*d +e ,+*e to-
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&pply the drafting setting up tools
1, -se drawing aids in producing the drawing8
a . " n a p
b . %r t h o
c . 9r i d
d . # o l a r
e . %b: ect snap
f . .y6 f i l t er
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'esign drawing using command8
a . 3 i n e
b . &rc
c . Ci r c l e
d . ;l l i ps e
e . #ol ygon
f . # o i n t
g . #olyli ne
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-se editing command in drawing8
a . ;r a s e
b . Co p y
c . <i r r o r
d . %f f s e t
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f . <o v e
g . 5o t a t e
h . "c a l e
i . "t r et c h
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k . ;.t end
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m. > o i n
n . Chamf er
o . ? i l e t
p . ;.pl ode
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<anipulate drawing view using display
control8
a . @ o o m
b . #an
c . 5edr aw
d . 5e g e n
e . Ai ewpor t
FOR STATEMENTS &5 TO #$
TOPIC 1- 6LOC7
/his topic e.plains the usage of block command
LEARNING OUTCOME- U!derst,!d us,/e of +*oc8 ! dr,9!/
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12 Introduce a block and wblock in drawing
14 #ractice inserting block in drawing
*7 <odify block in drawing
FOR STATEMENTS #& TO #(
TOPIC (- ANNOTATION
/his topic e.plains how to apply dimension and te.t and the importance of using it in drawings
LEARNING OUTCOME- Descr+e t)e d.e!so! ,!d te:t us,/e ! dr,9!/s
At t)e e!d of t)s *esso! I s)ou*d +e ,+*e to-
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Identify the basic dimensioning types8
a . 3 i n e a r
b . &n g u l a r
c . 'i amet er
d . 5 a d i u s
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&pply dimension in drawing
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<odify dimension style in drawing
*, Introduce te.t in drawing8
a. "i ngl e l i ne t e.t
b. <ul t i l i n e t e. t
*5 <odify te.t style in drawing
FOR STATEMENTS #% TO #;
TOPIC %- HATCHI NG
/his topic e.plains the usage of hatching in drawing
LEARNING OUTCOME- U!derst,!d t)e ),tc)!/ ,!d +ou!d,ry ),tc) opto! ! dr,9!/
At t)e e!d of t)s *esso! I s)ou*d +e ,+*e to-
*0 -se hatch pattern in drawing
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<odifying hatch pattern in drawing
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Introduce additional hatch feature
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&pply gradient shading in drawing
FOR STATEMENTS 3$ TO 33
TOPIC 2- DRA4ING MANAGEMENT
/his topic e.plains the importance and advantages to manage drawings in order to view different
entity properties in the drawing by using layer.
LEARNING OUTCOME- Descr+e t)e us,/e of *,yer ,!d u!derst,!d t)e 0,rous *!e !
dr,9!/
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Introduce layer in drawing
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&pply new layer in drawing
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'isplay different line for properties in drawing
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Identify different type of line usage in drawing
FOR STATEMENTS 31 TO 3(
TOPIC 5- PLOTTI NG
/his topic e.plains steps that need to be taken before plotting
LEARNING OUTCOME- U!derst,!d t)e p,per sp,ce ,!d p*ott!/ ! CAD
At t)e e!d of t)s *esso! I s)ou*d +e ,+*e to-
+, <anipulate the drawing view in paper space8
a . " c a l e
b . Ai ewpor t
c . / e m p l a t e 2.1.* &pply control for
entities in paper space8
a. 3i newei ght s
b. 3i net ypes
c. 'i mensi ons
+5 'isplay configuration setup for plotter 8
a. #l ot t erB pr i nt er
b. #aper si 6e
c. #l ot ar ea
d. #l ot scal e
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