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Module Overview

This module presents the evolution of engineering drawings from their origin in manual drawings and sketches to computer assisted 2D and 3D formats. 

Learning Outcomes

  • Explain the advantages and disadvantages of 2D format for engineering drawings
  • Differentiate between 2D and 3D formats in terms of their applicability and ease of use for engineering drawings
  • Define the concepts of parametric modelling
  • Explain the advantages of Building Information Modelling (BIM)
  • Evaluate the future of engineering drawings in light of the advancements of technologies and new demands of the industry

Explore Module

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PROJECT FILES
Type: Illustrations
Title Description
2.1.2-2 Front Elevation | Download File (5.79 MB)
2.1.3-2 Side Elevation | Download File (6.46 MB)
2.1.4-2 Top - Plan | Download File (1.42 MB)
2.1.4-3 Site Plan | Download File (2.7 MB)
2.2.1-2 Building - 45 degrees | Download File (233.66 KB)
2.2.1-3 Building - 30 degrees | Download File (603.66 KB)
2.2.2-2 1 Point - Building | Download File (496.96 KB)
2.2.2-3 2 Point - Building | Download File (314.26 KB)
2.3 Building Section | Download File (1008.7 KB)
2.4 Arrangement of Views | Download File (10.41 MB)
Type: Modules
Title Description
Evolution of Engineering Drawing Formats (Storyline File)

This Storyline File can be downloaded and modified to your specific learning objectives (within the bounds of the creative commons licensing selected for this file). To use this file, you must have installed Articulate Storyline Version 2.0. Any technical issues are not supported by the University of Toronto. 

Evolution of Engineering Drawing Formats (SCORM package)

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