SHM 203 - Sheet Metal 3
2 Lecture Hours 4 Lab Hours
Prerequisites: SHM 107
This is a course in advanced application of lay out technique and industry equipment. Students will receive extensive lab work in advanced triangulation and parallel line development technique. Focus of application will be on ornamental and architectural sheet metal products and applications.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:
- Discuss sequencing of architectural system installations.
- Analyze architectural sketches in relation to field installation problems.
- Install a standing seam roof system which will hold up to weather.
- Fabricate all components of a standing seam roof system.
- Fabricate a square, rectangular and custom louver which will withstand weather.
- Fabricate a custom off center roof jack given sizes and pitch of the roof.
- Develop patterns for gutter miters.
- Install a gutter miter.
- Solder architectural seams in position.
- Fabricate various roofing systems as specified on handouts and within contractor manuals.
- Design and fabricate a cupola given key dimension of the installation and necessary measurements.
- Soldering in Position
- The Art of Architectural Roofing Systems
- Architectural Seaming Principles
- Advanced Parallel Line Development
- Advanced Triangulation
- Ornamental Metal Work
- Flashings and Counter Flashings
- Valleys and Ridges
- Copings and Gutters
Approved By: Johnson, Alex Date Approved: 05/05/2008
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