Blue Ridge Community College
CAD 241 Sec. 90 Parametric Solid Modeling I
Instructor’s Name: Thomas T. Verga Phone : 540 245 5050
Office Location: Classroom BRCC E-Mail:email@example.com
Office Hours: Before class Personal E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
I. COURSE DESCRIPTION
Focuses on teaching students the design of parts by parametric solid modeling. Topics covered will include, but not be limited to, sketch profiles, geometric and dimensional constraints, 3-D features, model generation by extrusion, revolution and sweep, and the creation of 2-D drawing views that include sections, details and auxiliary. Students will also be introduced to 3D printing.
II. STUDENT PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES:
Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to demonstrate an understanding of the following drafting topics:
Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to demonstrate an understanding of the following parametric solid modeling topics:
Basic SolidWorks Operation 2D Sketching
Smart Dimensioning and Geometric Relations Solid Modeling
Extrude and Cut Revolve and Revolve Cut
Fillet and Chamfer Helix and Spiral
Hole Creation Rib and Shell
Mirror and Pattern Drawings
III. EVALUATION AND REQUIREMENTS:
Attendance Policy: Punctuality and regular attendance are essential to the learning process. Should an occasion for tardiness or absence arise, the student should inform the instructor (in advance if possible). All makeup work for missed class time will be the responsibility of the student. Late assignments will not be accepted without prior arrangement. Any late work that is accepted will be subject to a reasonable penalty.
Grading Scale: A = 90-100, B = 80-89, C = 70-79, D = 60-69, F = below 60
Gradable Content: Grades will be based on the point system. Grade points will be divided by total possible points to receive grades for the following:
1. Attendance – 10% 4. Midterm – 10%
2. Assignments – 20% 5. Participation- 10%
3. Presentations – 25% 6. Final Exam/Project - 25%
Academic Honesty (Honor Code):
"The functioning of an academic community depends on the integrity of all of its members. Blue
Ridge Community College values truthfulness, respect for the property of others, and honesty in
academic work." BRCC Honor Code: http://www.brcc.edu/Student/Catalog/academic/code.htm
As a member of this community, you are responsible for understanding and adhering to the Honor Code. Violations include (but are not limited to) cheating on tests and quizzes, unauthorized collaboration on assignments, and plagiarism. Your instructor is the ultimate source of policy on individual assignments; please consult him or her if you have any questions or concerns about what is permitted. Violations of the Honor Code may result in a grade penalty and/or disciplinary action. For further information on your rights and responsibilities as a student, and the disciplinary guidelines and procedures, please consult the Student Handbook
(http://www.brcc.edu/Student/Handbook/policy/rights.htm). For information on the grade appeal
procedure, please consult the Catalog (http://www.brcc.edu/Student/Catalog/academic/grades.htm).
Email Correspondence: To protect your privacy, your business with Blue Ridge Community College is conducted only through your college-provided email account. Please use this account to contact your instructors, or when you are conducting other business with BRCC. Your instructors will use this address to contact you as well.
IV. DISABILITY SERVICES:
If you have a disability for which you wish to be considered for an accommodation, please make an appointment with the Office of Disability Services located in the Houff Student Center.
The purpose of providing accommodations is to ensure that students with disabilities are granted the opportunity to access programs and services offered by the college. Requested accommodations are considered on a case by case basis by the Coordinator of Disability Services, who works with faculty to ensure both access and academic standards are maintained. Students requesting services must meet with the Disability Services Coordinator and provide sufficient documentation of the disability prior to receiving accommodations. Accommodations are not retroactive and do not result in modification of the essential academic elements of the course.
V. TEXT:Technical Drawing 101 with AutoCAD 2015:
A Multidisciplinary Curriculum for the first semester; Smith D,, Ramirez A, Schmitt, J.
Basic SolidWorks Operation
Operation of command ribbon, location of commands
Introduction to basic commands
Extrude and Cut
Use of Extrude and Cut commands
Fillet and Chamfer
Add fillets and chamfers to previous objects
Mirror and Pattern
Rectangular and Polar array
Locate holes in previously created objects.
Rib and Shell
Create shelled object, add rib and boss.
Mid semester Break
Mid Term Exam
Project 2 introduction
Project 1 Wrap up
Convert 3D Models to 2D drawings
Smart Dimensioning and Geometric Relations
Basic dimensioning operations
Helix and Spiral
Threads and fasteners
Choose assembly project
Begin final project
Assembly 3D project
Labor Day (classes as scheduled/administrative offices closed): September 7
Fall Break (no classes): October 5-6
Thanksgiving Holiday (no classes): November 25-27
16 Week Session
Last Day to Add or Register/Change from Credit to Audit
Last Day to Drop with Refund
Last Day to Withdraw w/o Grade Penalty
Application Deadline for Fall Graduation