Technical Drawings Skills

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2000/day

(2 Days)

BENEFITS

Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand introduction to the language of technical drawing and the principles and techniques used by designers.
  • Learn the basic geometry, line type, scales, views, sections, lettering and dimensioning, perspective drawing, the appropriate conventions and standards.

INTRODUCTION

Technical drawing is defined as a drawing or plan, rendered to scale, and used to communicate direction and specifics to a group of people creating something. Engineers, contractors, plumbers, electricians, landscape architects, inventors and others use technical drawings to create a master plan or blueprint. The blueprint or plan communicates the necessary details among the workers to build detailed object in the plan.

Technical drawings contain geometric figures and symbols to convey the scope and details of the project. Many professions, such as plumbing, use their own suite of unique symbols. Right angles, parallel lines, curves and symbols constitute the technical drawing. It is imperative that technical drawings is accurate. If the drawing is off by even centimeters, the actual work may be off quite a bit too. This leads to disastrous consequences and costly delays in construction.

AUDIENCE

This program is designed for all Engineering students, Engineering Lecturers, Engineers, Designer & Drafting personnel, Tool Makers, Machinist, Engineers, Inspectors, and Technical Sales personnel, Sales Manager, Person who made quotation base on technical drawing and others required to interpret or apply Technical Drawings.

METHODOLOGY

This stimulating program will maximizes the understanding and learning through lectures, discussions, case studies and practical activities.

TERMINOLOGY
INTRODUCTION OF TECHNICAL DRAWING
  • Artistic Drawings
  • Technical Drawings
  • Type Of Technical Drawings
    • Parallel Projection
    • Perspective Projection
  • Purpose Of Technical Drawing
  • Applications Of Technical Drawings
DRAWING LAYOUT
  • Sizes Of Drawing
  • Layout Of Drawing Sheet
  • Title Block
  • Change Block
  • Notes
  • Tabular Dimension
  • Tolerances
AXONOMETRIC PROJECTION VIEWS
  • Introduction
  • Isometric Projection
  • Isometric Axes And Lines
  • Isometric Scale
  • Illustration Of Isometric Projection And View
  • Exercise
ANGLE PROJECTION IN TECHNICAL DRAWING
  • Visualization
  • First Angle And Third Angle Projections
LINES ON TECHNICAL DRAWING
  • Object (Visible)
  • Centerline
  • Hidden
  • Leader
  • Extension
  • Dimension
  • Section
  • Phantom
  • Cutting Plane
  • Short Break
  • Long Break
  • Cylindrical Break
  • Chain Line
ORTHOGONAL PROJECTION VIEWS
  • Normal Surfaces
  • Two Orthographic Views
  • Multiple Orthographic Views
  • Object Description Requirements
  • Dimension Transfer Methods
  • Hidden Lines
  • Center Lines
  • Surface Categories
SECTIONAL VIEWS
  • Introduction
  • Cutting-Plane Line
  • Direction Of Sight
  • Section Lining
  • Multi-Section Views
  • Kinds Of Section
  • Full Section
    • Offset Section
    • Half Section
    • Broken-Out Section
    • Revolved (Rotated) Section
    • Removed Section
    • Auxiliary Section
    • Thin Wall Section
    • Assembly Section
AUXILIARY VIEWS
  • Introduction
    • Defined
    • Hidden Lines
  • Secondary Auxiliary Views
  • Partial Views
  • Auxiliary Section
  • Half Auxiliary Views
NOTATION, CHAMFERS – FILLETS AND CATEGORIES OF FIT
  • Dimensioning - Notation
    • No Commas In Metric Dimensions
    • Proper Placement
    • Leader And Lettering
    • Foreshortening Radius
    • Curved Surfaces
    • Hole Locations
    • Callouts
      • Countersunk Holes
      • Counter Bored Holes
      • Spot Faces
    • Cylinder
    • Double
    • External Rounded Ends
    • Hidden Lines
    • Not To Scale
    • Finish Marks
    • Others
  • Chamfers – Fillets
  • Categories Of Fit Between Parts
    • Clearance Fit
    • Interference Fit
    • Transition Fit
    • Line Fit
THREADS
  • Introduction
  • Unified Thread Form
  • Class Numbers
  • Pitch (Or Lead)
  • English Thread Callouts
  • Metric Thread Callouts
  • Number Thread Callouts
  • Safety Critical Thread Callouts
INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DRAWING (MECHANICAL)
  • Objective
  • History
  • The Importance Of Standards
  • Why Geometry Dimensioning And Tolerancing
  • The GD&T Hierarchy
  • Standard For Geometry Dimensioning & Tolerancing
    • A Comparison Of The 1982 And 1994 Standards
    • Symbols Used In Geometric And Tolerancing
    • Other Drawing Symbols
    • ASME Y14.5 Symbols-1
    • ASME Y14.5 Symbols-2
    • ASME Y14.5 Symbols-3
DRAFTING APPLICATION (PIPE, STRUCTURAL, ARCHITECTURAL, CIVIL ENGINEERING)
  • Basic Mathematics Application
    • Number Formatting
    • Unit Conversions
    • Ratios
    • Mensuration, Volume And Surface Area
  • Pipe
    • Type Of Pipe
    • Types Of Joints And Fittings
    • Types Of Valves
    • Pipe Drawings
    • Dimensioning Pipe Drawings
  • Structural
    • Structural Drafting
    • Structural Steel Shapes
    • Connection Structural Details
  • Architectural
    • Architectural Drafting
    • Plot Plan
    • Foundation Plan
    • Floor Plan
    • Elevations
    • HVAC Plan
  • Civil Engineering
    • Introduction
    • Legal Description
    • Plot Plans
  • Case Study
    • Plot Plan
    • Foundation Plan
    • Floor Plan
    • Piping System
    • Electrical Plan
    • Review Questions

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