EN2_F07_P03_CAD_STUDENT

EN2_F07_P03_CAD_STUDENT - EN 2 Engineering Graphics and CAD...

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1 EN 2 Engineering Graphics and CAD Lecture 3 Introduction to CAD
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2 AutoCAD Orbit Feature Dynamic 3D rotation Parallel (Axonometric) or Perspective Projections No Oblique Projections
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3 Isometric Sketching
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4 EN 2 Announcements EN 2 Labs are held in318 Anderson Hall. AutoCAD is available in the EPDC.  Hours are posted on  the EPDC door in Anderson 318 is available for walk in use during TA office hours. See Blackboard for office hours.  You can go to any TA’s office hours Bring to lab this week;  your USB Flash Memory  key,  or  Know how to access your Tufts P drive EN 2 Labs
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5 Student Tufts Domain Storage We will be using the Tufts Domain storage  a.k.a. “P” Drive, LAN account, Network drive Log in using your UTLN and password If you don’t know your password go to the Eaton  Computer Lab and get it reset 300 MB storage Access your P drive; Start, Network drives Or via Internet, webvpn.tufts.edu Vista users with  Home  or  Home Premium  cannot  access the P drive via  Windows Explorer. Use  http://webvpn.tufts.edu  instead. 
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6 CAD - Computer Aided Design
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7 CAD - Computer Aided Design The use of computers to aid engineers,  designers, and other professionals in the  design, assessment, manufacture, and  construction of products and constructed  systems. CAD usually implies a high graphic or  geometry content.
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8 CAD Benefits Create Drawings  Faster Easily duplicate drawing  components Make changes faster Verify Size and Shape (dimensions) Dimensional accuracy Overlay of mating components  Better at modeling 3D than with paper drawings Verify function and performance
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9 CAD Graphics Mechanical Product Design and Production AEC  Buildings,  Houses,  Bridges,  Roads,  etc.
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10 CAD Graphics Electrical Printed Circuit Boards Integrated Circuits Embedded Systems Mapping (GIS) Utility Cadastral (tax) Geographic and more…
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11 CAD Graphics Use CAD to Model Geometry Logic Solid Models Printed Circuit Board Layout Floor Plan w/  Steel Details
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2008 for the course EN EN2 taught by Professor Forgot during the Spring '08 term at Tufts.

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EN2_F07_P03_CAD_STUDENT - EN 2 Engineering Graphics and CAD...

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