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Work Activities Related Knowledge Related Skills Attitude/Safety/ Environmental Training Hours Delivery Mode Assessment Criteria software viii. Select drawing hardware ix. Identify measuring tools x. Identify paper size Attitude: i. Careful in tool preparation ii. Creative in taking alternative approach 3. Setup drawing format i. Definition of title block ii. Information in title block Part name Drawing number Personnel name (drawn by, checked by, approved by) Revision number Drawing date Part tolerance (decimal place) iii. Types of drawing scale Full scale Scale up Scale down iv. Selection of scale v. Methods of dimensioning Absolute Incremental 10 Lecture i. Paper size selected ii. Title block drawn iii. Drawing scale identified iv. Drawing dimensioning applied v. Projection View differentiate vi. Part materials explained vii. Part size and dimensions stated viii. Part tolerance (decimal place) selected
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24 Work Activities Related Knowledge Related Skills Attitude/Safety/ Environmental Training Hours Delivery Mode Assessment Criteria vi. Difference of vii. projection view First angle Third angle viii. Part materials indicator Hatching Rendering i. Identify paper size ii. Determine title block iii. Select drawing scale iv. Determine drawing dimensioning v. Determine projection view vi. Indicate part materials vii. Determine part size and dimensions viii. Determine part tolerance (decimal place) Attitude: i. Meticulous in handling with detail ii. Knowledgeable in making decision 23 Demonstration & Observation 4. Produce part drawing i. Definition of Reverse Engineering Technology (application). ii. Types of projection 50 Lecture i. Product assembly parts generated ii. Sample parts
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25 Work Activities Related Knowledge Related Skills Attitude/Safety/ Environmental Training Hours Delivery Mode Assessment Criteria view Plan/Top Front Side iii. Purpose of cross sectional view Hidden/internal geometry Tolerance iv. Method of cross sectional drawing v. Perspective / isometric view measurement taken iii. Parts specification identified based on reference drawing iv. Projection view generated v. Cross sectional plane determined vi. Cross sectional view produced vii. Perspective / isometric view explained i. Visualize product assembly parts ii. Measure sample parts iii. Determine parts specification based on reference drawing iv. Generate projection view v. Select cross sectional plane vi. Generate cross sectional view vii. Produce perspective / isometric view Attitude: i. Neat in producing drawing ii. Proactive in using drawing tools 120 Demonstration & Observation
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26 Work Activities Related Knowledge Related Skills Attitude/Safety/ Environmental Training Hours Delivery Mode Assessment Criteria Environmental: i. Ensure proper usage of printing papers 5. Produce assembly / installation drawing i. Bills of materials List of parts (name and number) Quantity Material Overall size (draft, final etc.) Weight
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