The focus of this module will be on introducing the basic concepts of engineering drawings.
- Describe the need for engineering drawings and blue prints in the engineering profession
- Explain the need for engineering drawings in manufacturing and construction disciplines
- Explain the principles of engineering geometry and isometric views as they apply to engineering drawings
- Calculate 3D dimensions and volumes based on a number of 2D section views
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|Introduction to Engineering Drawings (Storyline File)||
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|Introduction to Engineering Drawings (SCORM Package)||
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