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1 Laboratory 2: Introduction to AutoCAD and Microsoft Project Created by: Steven W. Cheung

2 Overview Objective Objective Computer Software Computer Software Sketching Rules Sketching Rules Line Types Line Types Drawing Views Drawing Views Procedure Procedure Written Assignment Written Assignment Closing Closing

3 Objective Learn basic technical design techniques Learn basic technical design techniques Become familiar with engineering design tools such as AutoCAD & MS Project Become familiar with engineering design tools such as AutoCAD & MS Project Use your new knowledge towards your lab and independent design project Use your new knowledge towards your lab and independent design project

4 Computer Software AutoCAD AutoCAD –Computer Aided Design tool –Allows objects to be drawn in 2-D or 3-D Microsoft Project Microsoft Project –Tracks progress of different tasks of the project –Enhances time management skills

5 MS PROJECT Example

6 Sketching Rules Done in pencil Done in pencil No use of rulers No use of rulers Very little detail Very little detail Objects represented by blocks Objects represented by blocks –radiators, tables, etc. Double lines to represent walls Double lines to represent walls Consider the type of line used Consider the type of line used Orthographic projection (for this project) Orthographic projection (for this project)

7 Line Types These are used to identify when creating technical drawings These are used to identify when creating technical drawings Construction Line Construction Line Hidden Line Hidden Line Dimension Line Dimension Line Center Line Center Line

8 Drawing Views Orthographic Orthographic –Shows the exact shape of an object from one side –Depth of the object is unknown –Multiple 2-D drawings used to represent 3-D objects –The three orthographic views we use are top, front, & most detailed side

9 Drawing Views Isometric Isometric –All three orthographic views shown in one picture –Creates a sense of depth –Used to represent 3-D objects

10 Procedure AutoCAD AutoCAD –Read the instructions on page 30 to create a AutoCAD drawing –Use the reference in the Appendix to guide you

11 Procedure Procedure MS Project MS Project –Read the instructions on page 33 to create a schedule for your Independent Project –Use the reference sheet starting on page 37 to guide you

12 Written Assignment Print out and hand in the two exercises Print out and hand in the two exercises –AutoCAD Room Drawing (Bart Simpson’s Room) –MS Project Independent Design Schedule Submit a copy of the house design sketch Submit a copy of the house design sketch –Remember to use sketching rules Write a proposal explaining your house design (1-1/2 double spaced) Write a proposal explaining your house design (1-1/2 double spaced)

13 Closing Each person should have a turn to work with the software Each person should have a turn to work with the software AutoCAD Manual and library of symbols are available if requested AutoCAD Manual and library of symbols are available if requested


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