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  Drafting – Product Design & Architecture. Introduction - The Graphic Language. Objectives. Outline the procedure for identifying a career for which a student would be suited. Identify the main stages in develop of a drawing Identify the main branches of technical drawing
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Drafting – Product Design & ArchitectureIntroduction - The Graphic LanguageObjectives
  • Outline the procedure for identifying a career for which a student would be suited.
  • Identify the main stages in develop of a drawing
  • Identify the main branches of technical drawing
  • Identify 6 specific functions in each branch of engineering
  • Prepare the work area for a drawing
  • Prepare a drawing with borders and title block.
  • Your Life’s Work.
  • What are some traits of a career that you would want to do?
  • Enjoy
  • Uses your strengths rather weaknesses
  • Exhibits your interests and abilities
  • What careers relate to Science & Technology
  • Science, engineers, designers, drafters, mechanics, technicians, business, teachers, lawyers, and manufacturers
  • Language of Drawing
  • Technical Drawings Relate to:
  • Manufacturing, construction, & electronics
  • Need Technical Drawing ability:
  • Read Blue Prints
  • Written expression understood around the world
  • Confucius: “1 picture is worth 1000 words.”
  • Industrial Drafting
  • Difference between Art & Drafting:
  • Art represents personal style and how the artists sees an object
  • A technical person draws an object as true to life a possible. Accuracy is a main objective
  • Stages of Development
  • Freehand
  • Mechanical
  • Working Drawings
  • Working Drawings
  • Complete set of drawings so an object can be built without additional information.
  • Branches of Technical Drawing
  • Mechanical Drawing
  • Used to describe industrial drawings.
  • Technical Drawing is to include freehand sketching
  • Architecture Drawing
  • Machine Drawing
  • Structural Drawing
  • Sheet Metal
  • Electrical
  • Aeronautical
  • Marine
  • Goal of Technical Drawing
  • First: Accurate
  • Second: Proper Technique (good workman ship)
  • Second: Proper Technique
  • Third: Neat
  • Fourth: Speed (time is money)
  • Monuments of History
  • Ancient Egyptian Pyramids
  • Greek Parthenon
  • Geodesic Domes of Buckminster Fuller
  • NASA’s Space Station
  • Drafting is an Universal Language
  • Leonardo da Vinci (1454-1519)
  • Easy to understand 3D drawings
  • Industrial Revolution
  • Drafting is the Language of History
  • American Know-How
  • George Washington was a surveyor mapping new territories
  • Thomas Jefferson prepared house plans for Monticello (home in Virginia)
  • Technical Drawing Lead to Design: Specific Functions of Engineering
  • Specific Functions of Engineering
  • Research
  • Development Engineering
  • Design Engineer
  • Production Engineer
  • Construction Engineer
  • Operating Engineer
  • Technology is Planning Your Future
  • Designer is key to change
  • Plans from Joining a Team
  • Beginning Level Drafter
  • Drafting – CAD Technician
  • Design – CAD Technician
  • Design Team’s Special Skills
  • Careers
  • Researcher
  • Development staff
  • Project coordinator
  • Engineer
  • Illustrator
  • Designer
  • Senior Detailer
  • CAD Technician
  • Computer Graphic Programmers
  • Design Drafting Technician
  • Junior Drafting Technician
  • Clerical Engineering Staff
  • Specifications Writers
  • Contract Specialist
  • Computer Aided Drafting
  • Does not help teach the basic principle of drawing
  • Back to Basics
  • Understanding traditional drafting before CAD
  • Pencil Skills
  • Line Weights
  • Lettering
  • Hand Held Tools
  • Designer Traits
  • Do you like to take things apart to see how they work?
  • Do you like to make things with your own hands?
  • Do you notice the importance of shapes in objects with good design?
  • Do you ever think that you can improve the design of an object?
  • Designer Traits
  • Do you find yourself concerned about other people’s needs?
  • Do you like to sketch or make drawings?
  • Do you like to study products that have unusual shapes?
  • Are you open to new ideas?
  • Do you like to do research?
  • Would you like to investigate new ways of working with computer systems?
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