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| WELD101 syllabus
|COURSE NUMBER: ||WELD101|
|COURSE TITLE:||Blueprint Reading (Mech.)|
|SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS:||4|
|STUDENT ENGAGEMENT HOURS:||180|
Fundamentals of blueprint reading as applied to the welding trades. Students work with actual drawings. This course should not be taken by students enrolled in DRAF 160.
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES:
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
- All welding processes will begin with welding terms and definitions that will help students understand the text terminology.
- Become familiar with the basics of making a drawing, which could be made into a print by several methods.
- Learn how to read prints correctly to obtain proper dimensions, shapes, standards, symbols, and signs.
- Learn to make sketches of parts.
- Become familiar with terminology (shop talk) operations and other information necessary in the fabrication, assembly, and operation of units.
- Develop the ability to form a mental picture from the view or views as to what the object should look like.
- Know how the various lines are made and what they represent.
- Know the views and how they are located in respect to others.
- Learn how to specify Fractional, Decimal, and Angular Tolerances.
- Learn what Dual Dimension means, uni-lateral and bilateral tolerances, and how to dimension screw threads.
- Learn how to figure tapers and dimensions of mechanical surfaces.
See Student Learning Outcomes.
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