Engineering & Architectural Design 1


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The first thing you do in EAD1 is research different engineering fields that interest you, so that you can focus your projects in this area. We cover the following standards: architectural & mechanical, sketching, board drafting, 2D&3D CAD, 3D modeling, safety and employability skills.

Students earn their OSHA10 card as part of the curriculum.

All projects in this class have a sketching, 2D & 3D CAD and a hands-on 3D model component to them. Examples of projects: Historical Building Model, Shed Design, Cabin Design, 3D Puzzle, etc…

Students will either construct 3D models by hand, use the 3D printer or the Laser Engraver.

Requirements

**Pre-requisite Skills:

  • Students enrolled in the EAD program should have prior exposure to algebra and geometry
  • Basic skills in the use of a scientific calculator
  • Basic skills in the use of computer software to make graphs, reports and presentations.

**Students are required to:

  • Wear appropriate safety clothing and equipment while doing lab work.

Instructors

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Tami Stewart

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Education: AAS - Mechanical Drafting Technology, CMCC; B.S. - Industrial Technology Program, USM; ... MORE

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Location

This course is held at LRTC in room V-218.