fall2010 - CGT 323 Syllabus Fall 2010 Virtual Product...

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CGT 323 Syllabus Fall 2010 1 Virtual Product Integration Computer Graphics Technology CGT 323 (Class 2, Lab 2, 3 credits) Lecture: MW 3:30 – 4:20 (KNOY B019) Lab: 1-1 W 9:30 – 11:20 (KNOY 316A) Lab: 2-1 W 11:30 – 1:20 (KNOY 316A) Course Web Page: http://www.tech.purdue.edu/cg/courses/cgt323/ C OURSE I NSTRUCTOR L ABORATORY I NSTRUCTOR Dr. Nathan W. Hartman Mr. Kyle Sigo Office: 311 Knoy Hall Office: 374 Knoy Hall Phone: 496.6104 Phone: 494.7505 Email: nhartman@.purdue.edu Email: [email protected] Office Hours by appointment Office Hours: W 1:30 – 2:30; Th 10:30 – 11:30 C OURSE D ESCRIPTION Prerequisites: CGT 226 This course will focus on the integration of common product data and product definition formats throughout the enterprise with an emphasis on the use of 3D CAD models and digital design information. 3D surface geometry and modeling principles and techniques used in the design and manufacture of products will be covered in both relational and non-relational methods. Course projects will emphasize support for downstream usage of the 3D model and various organizational missions, including service, training, and marketing. The use of virtual technologies to address product data integration issues is also a central theme of this course. C OURSE O BJECTIVES The purpose of this course is to develop basic fluency and awareness of the technologies and techniques for utilizing 3D product data throughout a design and manufacturing organization. Upon completion of CGT 323, the students will be able to: 1. Describe the processes of surface modeling and its function within the product lifecycle environment. 2. Apply surface modeling techniques using relational and non-relational tools in the creation of a 3D model. 3. Edit created and translated surface geometry to maintain the integrity of the model. 4. Describe the processes of communicating product design information through the organization using appropriate digital file formats. 5. Demonstrate technical writing skills through relevant literature searches and reports. C OURSE M ATERIALS Bertoline, G. R., Wiebe, E. N., Hartman, N.W., & Ross, W.A. (2010). Fundamentals of Graphics Communication. (6 th ed.). Dubuque, IA: McGraw-Hill.
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CGT 323 Syllabus Fall 2010 2 This course will not make you an expert user of any of the software packages used. You are encouraged to seek and return help to your classmates as necessary, as well as consult the Help files and corporate websites and news groups of any of the software vendors used in this course. Currently, this course uses CATIA V5, NX 7, Rhinoceros and SpaceClaim modeling tools. Learning content for NX 5, Rhinoceros, and SpaceClaim tools will be provided through
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