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TDR 113 COURSE SYLLABUS
BASIC DRAFTING
ARCHITECTURE ENGINEERING DRAFTING DEPARTMENT
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BASIC DRAFTING
TDR 113
5
North Seattle Community College
ED 2843B
W: 3:00 – 5:30 p.m.
2319A
15.XXXX
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PREREQUISITES
NONE
INSTRUCTOR:
STEPHEN H. SIMMONS
Office Hrs.: T & TH 10:00 –12:30 pm
Phone:
E-Mail:
Dept.:
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 taught in the hybrid format where you are in-class for lectures, quizzes and
exams for 2 hours per week and expected to spend at least 3 hours at home completing assignments and spending time
answering question on the helpdesk or submitting a reflection on what you have learned. This class is designed for
students in the Architecture Engineering Drafting Program.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
After completing this course, you will be able to:
 Produce drawings from given problems using established standards.
 Visualize three-dimensional objects.
 Create multi-view sketches, partial auxiliary views, and section views.
 Work from isometric and oblique pictorial drawings.
 Apply dimensions and tolerances to sketches.
 Describe Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD).
 Describe the architecture and engineering design process and documentation methods.
 Discuss professional ethics, academic dishonesty, and software piracy.
REQUIRED TEXT
Eng. Graph. Tools for the Mind 2008, Bryan Graham, ISBN# 9781585034123, available at the North Seattle Community
College Bookstore.
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. Late work will be accepted by a penalty will be assessed. A non-functioning computer
will not be an excuse for late work because the lab will be open periodically during the week by lab monitors.
TUTORING CENTER:
https://northseattle.edu/tutoring?search_standing=2
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.
REQUIRED MATERIALS:
 Mechanical:
.9mm with H lead
 Pink or White drafting eraser
 Graph Paper
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Removable storage device (Thumb Drive)
Notebook
CLASS SCHEDULE:
 Week 1 – September 30th
o Intro of class
o Professional ethics, academic dishonesty, and piracy
o Drafting standards
o Drafting Equipment
o Sketching
o Lettering
 Origin of Letters
 Vertical Numerals
 Modern Letter Forms
 Inclined Capital Letters
 ANSI Standard Letters
 Inclined Numerals
 Uniformity in Lettering
 Vertical Lower Case Letters
 Pencil Technique
 Inclined Lowercase Letters
 Guide Lines
 Lettering Devices
 Vertical Capital Letters
 Filled-In Letters
 Spacing of Letters & Words
o Homework (complete before next week ):
 Watch Video 1 - Lettering / Sketching
 Watch Video 2 - Orthographic Projection
 Chapters 1 and 2 – Draw Projects LTR-1, SKT-1, SKT-2 LTR-3, SKT-3and ORT-1, ORT-3,
ORT-4 (1) ORT-2
 Week 2 – October 7th
o Mechanical Drawing
 Drawing Equipment
 Drawing to Scales
 Drawing Boards
 Types of Scales
 Paper
 Use of Architects Scale
 Fastening paper to the
 Use of Engineers Scale
Drawing Board
 Measuring with the Scale
 Pencils
 Drawing Instruments
 Choice of pencils
 Compass
 Sharpening
 Sharpening Compass Lead
 Alphabet of Lines
 Dividers
 Vertical Lines
 Irregular Curves
 Triangles
 Parallel Ruling Straightedge
 Inclined Lines
 Drafting Machine
 Neatness
 Sheet Layouts
o Homework:
 Watch Video 3 - Orthographic Projection
 Chapter 3 – Draw Projects ORT-5, ORT-6, ORT-9, ORT-11
 Week 3 – October 14th
o Geometry of Technical Drawing
 Geometry in Drafting
o Geometric Constructions
 Geometric Shapes
o Homework:
 Watch Video 4 - Isometrics
 Chapter 4 – Draw Projects SKT-6, SKT-7, ISO-1, ISO-2 (1, 2) ISO-3, ISO-4
 Week 4 – October 21th
o Geometry of Technical Drawing
 Geometry in Drafting
 Geometric Constructions
 Geometric Shapes
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Views of Objects
 Pictures and Views
 Revolving the Object
 The Glass Box
 Hidden Lines
 Unfolding the Glass Box
 Elimination of Views
 Choice of Views
 Two-View Drawings
 Sketching Two Views
 Three-View Drawings
Homework:
 Watch Video 5 - Isometrics
 Chapter 5 – Draw Projects ISO-5, ISO-6 ISO-10, ISO-11
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Sketching Three Views
Uprightness of Views
Side View Beside Top View
Center Lines
Hidden Lines
Lines that Coincide
Visualizing the Views
Progressive Cuts
Computer Graphics
o Wednesday TEST – 1 (Lettering/Sketching/Orthographic Projection/Isometrics)
Week 5 – October 28th
o Techniques and Applications
 Pencil Drawings
 Mech. Drawing of 2 Views
 Pencil Techniques
 Spacing Three Views
 Reproduction Process
 Auxiliary Views
 Blueprinting
 Revolutions
o Homework:
 Watch Video 6 - Auxiliary Views
 Chapter 6 – Draw Projects AUX-1, AUX-2, AUX-3 (1) AUX-4, AUX-5
Week 6 – November 4th
o Manufacturing Process
 Fillets and Rounds
 Welding
 Runouts
 Measurements
 Conventional Edges
o Sectional Views
 Full Sections
 Half Sections
 Section Lining
 Broken-Out Sections
 Visible, Hidden Lines
 Revolved Sections
o Homework
 Watch Video 7 - Sections
 Chapter 7 – Draw Projects SEC-1, SEC-2, SEC-4 SEC-3, SEC- 5
Week 7 – November 10th
o Sectional Views
 Removed Sections
 Revolved Features
 Offset Sections
 Half Views
 Ribs & Spokes in Section
o Conventional Breaks
o Homework:
 Watch Video 8 - Sections
 Chapter 8 – Draw Projects SEC-8, SEC-9 (1) SEC- 10
o Wednesday TEST – 2 (Auxiliary Views / Sections)
Week 8 – November 17th
o Dimensioning
 Complete Desc. of Objects
 Dimensioning Angles
 Learning to Dimension
 Dimensioning Arcs
 Arrow Heads
 Fillets and Rounds
 Dimension Figures
 Placement of Dimensions
 Inch Marks
 Steps in Applying Dim.
 Direction of Dim. Figures
 Geometric Breakdown
 Surface Texture Symbols
 Notes
o Decimal Dimensions
o Homework:
 Watch Video 9 - Dimensioning
 Chapter 9 – Draw Projects DIM-1, DIM-2 DIM-3 DIM-15 Superfluous Dimensions
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Week 9 – November 24th
o Pictorial Drawings
o Developments and Intersections
o Homework:
 Watch Video 10 - Dimensions
 Chapter 10 – Draw Projects DIM-5, DIM-6 (1), DIM-8 DIM-7DIM-16 Machined Holes
Week 10 – November 25th
o Working Drawings
o Electrical Drawings
o Structural Drawings
o Architectural Drawings
o Catch-up, and work on drawing projects
 Chapters 11
 Watch Video 11 - Dimensioning
 Chapter 11 – Draw Projects DIM-9, DIM-12 (1) DIM-11
o TEST – 3 (Dimensioning)
Week 11 – December 2nd
o TBD
Finals Week – December 9th
o Final Exam: TBD.
Grading System:
Decimal Grade
4.0 – 3.9
3.8 – 3.5
3.4 - 3.2
3.1 - 2.9
2.8 - 2.5
2.4 - 2.2
2.1 - 1.9
1.8 - 1.5
1.4 - 1.2
1.1 - 0.9
0.8 - 0.7
0.0
Letter Grade Equivalent
A
AB+
B
BC+
C
CD+
D
DE
Conversion of Percentages to Decimal Grade Equivalent
96 – 100% = 4.0
95 = 3.9
94 = 3.8
93 = 3.7
92 = 3.6
91 = 3.5
90 = 3.4
89 = 3.3
88 = 3.2
87 = 3.1
86 = 3.0
85 = 2.9
84 = 2.8
83 = 2.7
Your course grade will be calculated as follow:
In-Class Exams and quizzes
Class Assignments
Final Exam
82 = 2.6
81 = 2.5
80 = 2.4
79 = 2.3
78 = 2.2
77 = 2.1
76 = 2.0
75 = 1.9
74 = 1.8
73 = 1.7
72 = 1.6
71 = 1.5
70 = 1.4
69 = 1.3
68 = 1.2
67 = 1.1
66 = 1.0
65 = 0.9
64 = 0.8
63 = 0.7
62 = 0.0
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Week
1 (September 30)
2 (October 7)
3 (October 14)
4 (October 21)
5 (October 28)
6 (November 4)
7 (November 7)
8 (November 11)
9 (November 18)
10 (November 25)
11 (December 2)
12 (December 9)
Chapters
1-2
3
4
(Quiz 1) 5
6
7
(Quiz 2) 8
9
10
(Quiz 3) 11
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In-Class Exams and quizzes
Class Assignments
Final Exam
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