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Jeff Jones, Instructor

Introduction to CAD
Uses computer graphic workstation in the application of fundamental principles and capabilities of CAD, basic drafting conventions, and operations. An in-depth study of computer aided drafting commands, terminology, command utilization, and skill development.
Grade Level: 9-12     Credit: 1     Prerequisite: None

**Dual college credit hours available with Madisonville Community College

Parametric Modeling
Introduces Parametric Modeling and Design of a CAD workstation in exploring the techniques associated with drafting and design using parametric modeling software. Introduces creation of parametric models and explores associative function and flexibility of concurrent part design.
Grade: 10-12     Credit: 1     Prerequisite: CAD 100

Mechanical Design
Explores the design process involved in the development of mechanical working drawings and the design principles in various manufacturing disciplines; gear drawing and design, and cam and follower drawing and design. Design principles, mechanical adaptation, and their drawing practices. Mechanical assemblies, machine design, power transmission, bearings, and seals in assemblies. Shop processes involved in these mechanical designs.
Grade: 11-12     Credit: 1     Prerequisite: CAD 201

Industrial Drafting Process
Explores weldment design, welding symbols, welding processes, and fabrication techniques, tool and die, and jig and fixture drawings. Design specifications, pattern drawings, casting, forming processes, and mechanical drawing principles in relation to the manufacturing industry. Screw-thread design and related fastening concepts as they relate to manufactured items and construction.
Grade: 11-12     Credit: 1     Prerequisite: CAD 201

Cooperative Education II
Co-op provides supervised on-the-job work experience related to the student's educational objectives. Students participating in the Co-op Education program receive compensation for their work.
Grade: 12     Credit: 2     Prerequisite: Instructor permission

Computer Aided Drafting 2nd Quarter 2015 "Good News"

Advanced CAD students are preparing for Autodesk CAD certification exams this spring


Kori Main, CAD student       Kori Main, 3-D Model

Kori Main—CAD student, designed 3D model at right