TECS 310 - Manufacturing Graphics

An intermediate study of design concepts as it applies to product and processes of design, with emphasis on manufacturing design. This course builds on the knowledge of computer aided design and manufacturing, concurrent engineering, operations management, and the strategic integration of manufacturing design processes. Including the process of design, projection theory, pictorial graphics, descriptive geometry, developments, surface intersections, intermediate geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, gears and cams, production drawings, group term project, and intermediate 2D, 3D CAD-CAM software applications.

Credit hours: 3

Eligibility: Has completed TECS200
Last updated: 05/23/2022