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SHM 209 - Advanced AutoCAD Applications

Credits: 3
1 Lecture Hours 4 Lab Hours

Prerequisites: SHM 204  

This course allows the AutoCAD 2007 student to gain additional practice in developing more complex working drawings as related to the sheet metal industry. Using the foundation of SHM 204  CAD and HVAC Design, the student will create complex shop fabrication and field installation drawings utilizing the AutoCAD 3D modeling and classic interface. Microsoft Word and Excel are also used to document schedules and job docuements.

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:

  1. Develop HVAC shop drawings in both model space and paper space.
  2. Develop HVAC shop drawings in both 2D and 3D utilizing architectural backgrounds.
  3. Perform correct setup of plotters and printers using AutoCAD Plot Style Manager.
  4. Utilize Dashboard and Tool Pallets to customize the workspace.
  5. Set up advanced viewports and dynamic blocks.
  6. Create and archive sheet-sets of shop and as-built drawings.
  7. Utilize Microsoft Word to create RF’s and Transmittals.
  8. Organize job-related documentation such as specs, work orders, and transmittals.
Listed Topics
  1. Layers and Viewports.
  2. Model Space and Paper Space Layouts.
  3. Dashboard and Tool Pallets.
  4. Plotter Set-Up.
  5. Sheet Sets.
  6. 3D Modeling and Animation.
  7. Aerial, Camera, Walk-Through and Fly-Through Views.
  8. Block Editor
  9. Word and Excel Document Creation

Approved By: Johnson, Alex Date Approved: 05/05/2008

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