Blueprint Reading

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ME15002/Basic Blueprint Reading and Sketching
ADTEC Solutions Group
Arkansas Northeastern College
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Lloyd Russell
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(870) 740-2871
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Fall 2011
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4:00 – 5:00
Crisp Classroom 2
Crisp Center
I.
Welcome!
Welcome to Basic Blueprint Reading and Sketching. I hope this class will be both interesting and challenging
to you during the fall semester.
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Course Catalog Description
This course presents an overview of methods used in presenting and interpreting a variety of industrial
blueprints. Topics will include engineering drawings in the machining and welding fields.
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Course Overview This course is designed for developing skills in the reading and accurately interpreting
industrial drawings for manufacturing, construction, and transportation curricula. It is also used to introduce
the student to preparing simple technical sketches.
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Course Rationale: This course is designed for the individual to develop skills in reading and sketching
industrial drawings. The combination of reading and application of basic sketching fundamentals will
prepare the student with the basic skills necessary in today’s manufacturing fields.
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Course Objectives
Upon completion of the course and all assigned tasks the student should be able to accurately read and
interpret industrial drawings and prepare simple sketches.
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Upon completion of the course and all assigned tasks the student should be able to accurately read and
interpret industrial drawings and prepare simple sketches. The student will be able to:
1. Understand the basis for blueprint reading
2. Read and interpret the alphabet of lines
3. Describe the process of selecting the number and selection of views required to explain a part
4. Read one, two, three, and auxiliary views orthographic projections.
5. Describe construction dimensions
6. Recognize and apply standards of dimensioning.
7. Read and interpret size dimensions for holes and angles.
8. Read and interpret location dimensions for points, centers, and holes.
9. Distinguish between base line and chain dimensions.
10. Read and apply fractional and angular tolerances to dimensions.
11. Distinguish between unilateral and bilateral tolerances and their application to blueprints.
12. Read and interpret representations and dimensions of external right and left hand screw threads.
13. Interpret dimensioning of machined surfaces.
14. Calculate tapers of machined surfaces
15. Read and interpret dimensioning with shop notes.
16. Read and interpret drawings using the SI Metric System.
17. Distinguish between first and third angle projection concepts.
18. Explain the dual system of dimensioning of screw threads.
19. Read and interpret detail and assembly drawings.
20. Explain the purpose of using different types of Unital drawings in blueprints.
21. Read and interpret full, half, partial, and full-Unit assembly blueprints.
22. Read and interpret symbols, representations and dimensioning of welding blueprints.
23. Read and interpret Ordinate and Tabular dimensioning in Numerical Control blueprints.
24. Read and interpret Geometric Dimensioning, tolerancing, and Datum Referencing.
25. Read and interpret CAD and Robotics blueprints
26. Sketching lines and basic forms
27. Shop sketching and pictorial sketching
28. Sketching for CAD/CNC
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Course Prerequisites
No previous courses are required but a good mechanical background is a plus.
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Course Credits
3 Credit hours
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Required Texts and Materials
Basic Blueprint Reading and Sketching 9th. Ed. Delmar Publishers Inc., 2011
Spiral Notebook
Pencil or Pen
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Supplementary (Optional) Texts and Materials
None
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Basis for Final Grade
Final grades are determined by averaging the scores attained on quizzes, tests, class participation, and any
assigned projects. The following is used to calculate the grade average for each nine weeks grade with the
weight of each nine weeks used in obtaining the final grade.
Tests
Attendance/ participation
Lab Assignments
80%
10%
10%
Written tests may include essay, discussion, multiple choice, true/false, matching, and fill in the blank.
sketching tests will include sketching of machine parts. Criteria for sketching will include correct solution to
problem, line types, proportion, dimensioning, and neatness.
Homework will consist of preparing for the next class by reading assigned material, answering review
questions at the end of each assigned chapter, and completing all assigned lab requirements. The final exam
will be comprehensive over all material covered in this class.
Assessment
Percent of Final Grade
First 9 weeks grade
Second 9 weeks grade
Final Exam
40%
40%
20%
100%
Grading Scale (%)
90-100
A
80 - 89
B
70 - 79
C
60 - 69
D
0 - 59
F
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Grade Dissemination
Assignment grades will be given to students the next class day. Test scores will be given to students the
next class day after the test. Mid-tem and final grades can be accessed using Campus Connect on myANC.
Please note that scores returned mid-term are unofficial grades. If you need help accessing myANC contact
the ANC Helpdesk by email: [email protected]
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