Fall Quarter SYLLABUS Technical Sketching for Watch Technology

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Technical Sketching for Watch Technology
SYLLABUS
Fall Quarter
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WATCH TECHNOLOGY
HIN 11X
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North Seattle Community College
IB 3420
Tuesdays: 2:30 – 3:30 p.m.
IB2319B
15.XXXX
PREREQUISITES
NONE
INSTRUCTOR:
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Dept.:
STEPHEN H. SIMMONS
T 12:00 –2:30 pm
TH 10:30 – 1:00pm
206/934-0085 ext. 0085
[email protected]
BE-IT
COURSE LENGTH
One term
COURSE DESCRIPTION
Theory and practice in graphical representation and visualization of 3D objects; descriptive geometry; orthographic
projection of principal and auxiliary views; sections; pictorials; developments, and dimensioning theory; includes an
introduction to AutoCAD. This class is designed for students in the Architecture Engineering Drafting Program.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
After completing this course, you will be able to:
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Produce basic drawings from given problems using established standards.
Visualize three-dimensional objects.
Create multi-view drawings, partial auxiliary views, and section views.
Work from isometric and oblique pictorial drawings.
Apply dimensions and tolerances to working drawings.
RECOMMENDED TEXT
Engineering Graphics: Tools for the Mind, Bryan Graham; SDC; ISBN 978-1-58503-412-3, available at the North
Seattle Community College Bookstore or various on-line retailers.
ATTENDANCE, LATENESS
Class attendance is very important. Missing more than one week of class (two class periods) may result in a letter grade
penalty. Always try to talk to the instructor in advance should you need to be absent. Students are expected to be on
time to class.
LEARNING NEEDS
If you need accommodations such as an ergonomic chair or computer mouse, language interpreter, tutor, or any other
equipment, please contact the Office of Access Services, if you have not already done so. Also, please inform the
instructor as soon as possible.
ACADEMIC DISHONESTY
A student who submits the work of another as her/his own or deliberately fails to properly credit words or ideas
borrowed from another source is guilty of plagiarism. A student, who uses notes, takes an exam for another student,
copies answers from another student’s exam, copies drawings in any manner or any other similar conduct aimed at
making false representations with respect to student’s academic performance is guilty of cheating. Please refer to the
Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook for more information regarding academic dishonesty.
ASSIGNMENT SCHEDULE
WEEK
DATE
TOPIC
1
9/24
Course Introduction
2
10/1
3
VIDEO
CLASS PLATES
HWK
Lettering / Sketching 1
LTR-1, SKT-1
SKT-3
10/8
Orthographic Proj
2
ORT-1
ORT-2
4
10/15
Orthographic Proj
3
ORT-5
ORT6
5
10/22
Isometrics
4
SKT-6, ISO-1
ISO-3
6
10/29
TEST – 1 (Lettering/Sketching/Orthographic Projection/Isometrics)
7
11/5
Sections
7
SEC-1
SEC-2
8
11/12
Dimensioning
9
DIM-1,
DIM-2
9
11/19
Dimensioning
10
DIM-5
DIM-6
10
11/26
TE S T – 2 (Sections/Dimensioning)
11
12/3
Catch-up on any late homework
12
12/9
FINALS WEEK
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