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Credit - Degree Applicable
Effective Quarter: Fall 2017

I. Catalog Information


DMT 90
Print Reading and Machine Shop Calculations
4 1/2 Unit(s)
 

(Formerly MCNC 60.)

Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200), or ESL 261, 262 and 263; MATH 210 or equivalent.

Lec Hrs: 54.00
Out of Class Hrs: 108.00
Total Student Learning Hrs: 162.00

Interpretation of multi-view engineering blue prints, visualization techniques, auxiliary and section views. Appraisal of revision columns, title blocks and bill of materials. Introduction to geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) using ANSI and ISO standards. Review of calculations used to solve common problems found in print interpretation and inspection.


Student Learning Outcome Statements (SLO)

 

Demonstrate the ability to interpret multi-view drawings and prints.


 

Demonstrate the ability to solve common calculations found in machine shop applications.


II. Course Objectives

A.Define various blueprints and shop sketches
B.Identify projections and views used in manufacturing
C.Demonstrate the various uses of dimensions, tolerances, notes and symbols
D.Describe screw thread and gear callout information available on prints and drawings.
E.Demonstrate the ability to solve common calculations found in the machine shop.

III. Essential Student Materials

 None

IV. Essential College Facilities

 Metrology lab

V. Expanded Description: Content and Form

A.Define various blueprints and shop sketches
1.Industrial drawings
2.Title blocks
3.Shop Sketching
a.Straight and curved lines
b.Pictorial sketching
B.Identify projections and views used in manufacturing
1.Orthographic and pictorial
2.One, two and three view drawings
3.Auxiliary and sectional views
4.Detail and assembly views
C.Demonstrate the various uses of dimensions, tolerances, notes and symbols
1.Methods and systems of dimensioning and tolerancing
a.Angular
b.Holes
c.Arcs and radii
d.Circular hole patterns
e.Positional
2.Geometric tolerances
a.Datums
b.Location and form
3.Methods of machining symbols and notes
a.Surface texture
b.Change notes
c.Machine processes
d.Welding symbols
D.Describe screw thread and gear callout information available on prints and drawings.
1.Thread forms, specifications and representation
2.Pipe threads and threaded fasteners
E.Demonstrate the ability to solve common calculations found in the machine shop.
1.Common and decimal fractions
2.Measurement over pins
3.Taper calculations
4.Compound angles
5.Applications of geometric and trigonometric functions.

VI. Assignments

A.Required reading assignments from text and supplemental handouts
B.Skill exercises to practice print reading and calculations assignments
C.Project that requires comprehension and application of calculations used to complete a process plan to interpret prints.

VII. Methods of Instruction

 Lecture and visual aids
Homework and extended projects
Discussion of assigned reading
Discussion and problem solving performed in class
Collaborative learning and small group exercises

VIII. Methods of Evaluating Objectives

A.Homework exercises evaluated on accuracy and completeness of concepts and subject areas discussed in class.
B.Participation in class discussions and projects to evaluate print reading and measurement competencies
C.Midterm exam and quizzes to evaluate comprehension of terms and concepts, as well as application skills related to print reading and print calculations.
D.Final exam that requires students to critically analyze and apply concepts examined throughout the course

IX. Texts and Supporting References

A.Examples of Primary Texts and References
1.Blueprint Reading for the Machine Trades, Seventh Edition, Shultz and Smith, 2011.
B.Examples of Supporting Texts and References
1.Mathematics for Machine Technology, Seventh Edition, Peterson and Smith, 2015.