This page shows all courses which were offered during Summer Session 2021. We hope to have the Summer Session 2022 course list available soon.
3.00 credits | May be repeated for credit.
Prerequisites: Prerequisites and recommended preparation vary.
Grading Basis: Graded
Classroom and/or laboratory course in special topics as announced in advance for each semester. With a change in content, this course may be repeated for credit.
Last Refreshed: 02-DEC-21 05.20.14.180266 AM
|Session||Campus||Term||Class Number||Instruction Mode||Instructor||Section||Schedule||Location||Enrollment||Notes|
|1215 3871 AS1 70||AS1||Storrs||Summer 2021||3871||Online||Paricio Garcia, Jorge||70||No Room Required - Online||13/25||INTRODUCTION TO SOLIDWORKS
Basic computer-aided design (CAD) is introduced. Isometric, orthogonal views, sections and parametric modeling strategies. First and third angle projections. Notions of measuring, tolerances and manufacturing techniques associated by hand and CAD modeling. General manufacturing processes and their relation to modeling individual parts and assemblies. CNC principles, GCODE.
Build parts and assemblies create drawings create a G-code for machining make molds from parts. Open to all students in an asynchronous format.
In this class we practice measuring and we learn the relation of tolerances and manufacturing. We also create drawings and add title blocks and a bill of parts. We also work with more complex shapes, and learn to work with threads and fasteners. Finally, we apply strategies to streamline CAD modeling processes, with equations and geometric constraint.
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