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EDT 8A ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 3.0
Interdisciplinary Course: Engineering Design Technology, Engineering.Introduction to engineering and technical drawings through the use of sketching, computer-aided drafting (CAD) and dimensioning. Techniques covered include geometric construction, orthographic projection, pictorial methods, section and auxiliary views, basic descriptive geometry, 2D CAD, and 3D CAD parametric solid modeling. May not be taken concurrently with or after ENGR 2. Total of 27 hours lecture and 81 hours laboratory. Recommended MATH 402 or MATH 400B.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
EDT 8B MECHANICAL DESIGN 3.0
Prerequisite: EDT 8A or Engr 2.
Production of professional working drawings for engineered parts and assemblies using parametric solid models. Development of orthographic projections, intermediate section and auxiliary views based on professional drawing standards. Understanding of manufacturing processes for geometric dimensioning and tolerancing. Development of working knowledge of standards parts through project driven assignments. Total of 27 hours lecture and 81 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
EDT 8C DESIGN ENGINEERING 4.0
Prerequisite: EDT 8B, EDT 140, EDT 230, and EDT 240.
Design, develop and manufacture of CAD parametric solid models and assemblies through material selection and product development. Course focus on higher order solid modeling tools in a systematic design process for rapid prototyping. Application of strength and motion analysis tools leading to the development and manufacturing of a prototype for a student design project. Total of 27 hours lecture and 135 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
EDT 17 CONSTRUCTION DRAWING PRACTICES 3.0
Prerequisite: EDT 8A.
Use of Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD) in the preparation of two-dimensional Architectural/Engineering/Construction drawings. Hands-on assignments using the most common CAD drawing and editing commands and viewing options; automatic dimensioning, text placement and area patterning; CAD productivity tools and techniques including arraying features, creating symbol libraries and acquiring existing designs from internet resources, and referencing multiple drawings together; plotting drawings on paper, public presentations of drawing projects. Total of 27 hours lecture and 81 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
EDT 113 ENGINEERING DIMENSIONING AND CALCULATIONS 3.0
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of EDT 8B.
Basic and complex geometric constructions and trigonometric calculations; emphasis on practical mechanical design, dimensioning and machine shop metrology applications; advanced geometric dimensioning and tolerancing based on professional standards. Total of 27 hours lecture and 81 hours laboratory.
 
EDT 114 BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING 3.0
Prerequisite: EDT 17.
Introduction to parametric building modeling for creation of associativity between model components and drawings. Conceptual design features include mass modeling, rendered walk-through visualizations, creating floor slices, outside-in space planning and creating perspective views. Functional design features include floor slabs, work with curtain walls, use and modification of window and door features, creating and editing stairs/railings; creation of roofs and ceiling grids. Formalization of architectural designs into the form of dimensioned construction drawings to include sections, interior/exterior elevations, and door/window schedules. Preparation of a portfolio and public presentation of it will be required. Total of 27 hours lecture and 81 hours laboratory.
 
EDT 118 A/E/C MODELING 3.0
Prerequisite: EDT 17.
Three-dimensional computer-aided surface modeling, with a focus on Architectural/Engineering/Construction industry applications. Coursework includes 3-D geometry creation using rectangular, polar and auxiliary coordinate systems; Boolean operations; advanced use of layers; production of working drawings from 3-D models; referencing multiple drawings to create assembly drawings. Collaborative project/exercises within a networked environment. Classroom presentation of project portfolio required. Total of 27 hours lecture and 81 hours laboratory.
 
EDT 120 ENGINEERING SURFACING TECHNOLOGY 3.0
Prerequisite: EDT 8C.
Introduction to Non-uniform rational B-splines (NURBS) to represent 3-D surfaces for engineered products. Curves and surfaces under Cartesian coordinate system and edited with degree control, point control, knot multiplicity, and evaluation techniques. Collaboration with solid modelers using translation practices. Total of 27 hours lecture and 81 hours laboratory.
 
EDT 140 MATERIAL SELECTION 3.0
Prerequisite: Tech 107A.
Recommended Preparation: Math 131 or Math 133B or Math 134B.
Introduction to material science and technology in the study of structure, properties, processing, and applications of materials. Emphasis will be on the materials synthesis, selection, processing and economics in engineering practices of design, testing, failure analysis, inspection, and manufacturing. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
EDT 150 READING ENGINEERING DRAWINGS 1.0
Introduction to ANSI Y14.5M drawing standards for engineering and technical drawings of mechanical components. Topics covered include interpretation of titleblocks, symbols, dimensional and geometric fits and tolerances, view representation, standard fasteners, machine elements, and weldments. Total of 18 hours lecture.
 
EDT 220 CAD TECHNICIAN INTERNSHIP 2.0
Prerequisite: EDT 140, EDT 150, and EDT 8B and maintain enrollment in 7 units or more including internship.
Supervised, practical experience in an industry related professional environment. Pass/no pass grading. Total of 108 hours field practice.
 
EDT 230 COMPUTER-AIDED MANUFACTURING 3.0
Prerequisite: EDT 8A, Mach 220A.
Production of machining operations on CAM software to produce numerical control programming (G-Code) in order to automate numerically controlled machinery (CNC). Topics include CAD, solid modeling, work piece set-up, toolpath generation, G&M Codes, machine set-up, contour, pocket and surface machining. Total of 27 hours lecture and 81 hours laboratory.
 
EDT 240 GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING 1.0
Prerequisite: EDT 150.
Introduction to ANSI Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing through the analysis of part function and mating relationships to determine functional geometric dimensioning and tolerance. Topics covered include tolerancing, form controls, datums, orientations controls, tolerance of position, concentric, symmetry, runout and profile controls. Total of 18 hours lecture.