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1 Kankakee Community College Course prefix and number: DRFT 2134 Course title: AutoCAD III Semester: Fall 2014 Credit hours: 4 Lecture hours: 2.5 Lab hours: 3 Catalog description: Prerequisite: DRFT 2114, AutoCAD I This course explores the three-dimensional construction and viewing capabilities of AutoCAD. Topics covered include: user coordinate systems, visual styles, composite solid modeling and editing, rendering, animation, and creating 2-D drawings from 3-D models. Students will create photo-realistic renderings and animations from the composite solids they create. Students will utilize a rapid prototyper (3D printer) to produce 3D plastic parts of their own design. Faculty John Bordeau Office Phone: Technology Division Phone: Web Site: KCC CAD Facebook Page: Office Locations Faculty Office: V113W Technology Division Office: W102 Office/Lab Hours: Note: I may be located in either W108 CAD Lab or my Office V113W. Also available by appointment. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 8:00 Office Hours Office Hours 8:30 Office Hours Office Hours 9:00 Office Hours Office Hours 9:30 Office Hours Office Hours 10:00 DRFT2114 DRFT :30 AutoCAD I AutoCAD I 11:00 W108 W108 11:30 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 Office Hours Office Hours 3:30 4:00 Office Hours 4:30 Office Hours 5:00 Office Hours Office Hours Office Hours 5:30 DRFT2134 DRFT2114 DRFT2114 6:00 AutoCAD III AutoCAD I AutoCAD I 6:30 W108 W108 W108 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30

2 Class Meeting Information Day: Monday Time: 5:30 PM to 10:30 PM Room: W108 Textbook and Supplies Information Required Textbook(s) Book Name: AutoCAD and Its Applications Advanced 2014 Author: Shumaker Copyright: 2014 Publisher: Goodheart-Wilcox Company, Inc. ISBN-13: Edition Number: 21 Recommended Supplies: Jump/Flash Drive 3 Ring Binder Goals and Objectives The focus of this class will be on 3D design. Upon completion of this course, you will: Be able to construct surface, mesh models and solid models using the 3D workspace. Be able to use a variety of 3D visual style display techniques. Be able to define and use 3D coordinates and user-defined coordinate systems to aid in the construction of 3D objects. Be able to create and use model space viewports. Be able to create and edit 3D solid primitives, 2D regions, and composite 3D solid models. Be able to create complex 3D solids using extrusions, revolutions, sweeps and lofts. Be able to use grips and sub-object editing to construct and alter 3D solid models. Be able to extract 2D views from a 3D model for detail drafting. Be able to produce plastic parts using a 3D printer. Be able to reverse engineer objects using the 3D scanner. Be able to create photo-realistic renderings and animations of 3D models. Class Format Announcements Introductions/roll call Quiz or test Lecture Lab review Lab time Evaluation Grading for the course will be based on study questions, exercises, quizzes, labs, class attendance, tests, final portfolio and final project.

3 Program Grading Scale Grade Points A B C D F 599 or less Point Distribution: Study Questions: Exercises Quizzes: Labs: Class Attendance: Tests: Final Portfolio: Final Project: 160 Points 50 Points 100 Points 265 Points 70 Points 120 Points 60 Points 175 Points Course Calendar Week 1, 8/25/2014, Introduction to 3D Modeling & Creating Primitives and Composites Reading Assignment: Chapters 1 & 2 Describe how to locate points in 3D space Describe the right-hand rule of 3D visualization Explain the function of the ribbon Display 3D objects from preset isometric viewpoints Display 3D objects from any desired viewpoint Set a visual style current Construct 3D solid primitives Explain the dynamic feedback presented when constructing solid primitives Create complex solids using the UNION command Remove portions of a solid using the SUBTRACT command Create a new solid from the interference volume between two solids Create regions Review Syllabus Study Questions Introduction to 3D Modeling & Creating Primitives and Composites, Due by End of Class Study Questions Viewing and Displaying 3D Models & Understanding Three-Dimensional Coordinates and User Coordinate Systems, Due Week 3 Monday 5:15 PM Exercises Viewing and Displaying 3D Models & Understanding Three-Dimensional Coordinates and User Coordinate Systems, Due Week 3 Monday 5:15 PM

4 Week 2, 9/1/2014 Labor Day No Class Week 3, 9/8/2014 Viewing and Displaying 3D Models, Understanding Three-Dimensional Coordinates and User Coordinate Systems Reading Assignment: Chapters 3 & 4 Use the view cube to dynamically rotate the view of the model in 3D space Use the view cube to display orthographic plan views of all sides on the model Use steering wheels to display a 3D model from any angle Use a visual style options to create face and edge style display variations Render a 3D model Describe rectangular, spherical, and cylindrical methods of coordinate entry Draw 3D polylines Describe the function of the world and user coordinate systems Move the user coordinate system to any surface Rotate the user coordinate system to any angle Change the user coordinate system to match the plane of a geometric object Use a dynamic UCS Save and manage user coordinate systems Restore and use named user coordinate systems Control user coordinate system icon visibility in viewports Quiz: Introduction to 3D Modeling & Creating Primitives and Composites Lab #1 Viewing and Displaying 3D Models, Understanding Three-Dimensional Coordinates and User Coordinate Systems, Due Week 3 Thursday 12:00 PM Study Questions Using Model Space Viewports, Due Week 4 Monday 5:15 PM Exercises Using Model Space Viewports, Due Week 4 Monday 5:15 PM Week 4, 9/15/2014 Using Model Space Viewports Reading Assignment: Chapter 5 Describe the function of model space viewports Create and save viewport configurations Alter the current viewport configurations Use multiple viewports to construct a drawing Quiz: Viewing and Displaying 3D Models, Understanding 3D Coordinates and UCS Lab #2 Using Model Space Viewports, Due 4 Thursday 12:00 PM Study Questions Model Extrusions and Revolutions, Due Week 5 Monday 5:15 PM Exercises Model Extrusions and Revolutions, Due Week 5 Monday 5:15 PM

5 Week 5, 9/22/2014 Test 1 & Model Extrusions and Revolutions Reading Assignment: Chapter 6 Create solids and surfaces by extruding 2D profiles Extrudes planar surfaces Create symmetrical 3D solids and surfaces by revolving 2D profiles Revolve planar surfaces Use solid extrusions and revolutions as construction tools Test #1 Lab #3 Model Extrusions and Revolutions, Due 5 Thursday 12:00 PM Study Questions Sweeps and Loft, Creating and Working with Solid Model Features, Due Week 6 Monday 5:15 PM Exercises Sweeps and Loft, Creating and Working with Solid Model Features, Due Week 6 Monday 5:15 PM Week 6, 9/29/2014 Sweeps and Loft, Creating and Working with Solid Model Features Reading Assignment: Chapters 7 & 8 Sweep 2D shapes along a 2D or 3D path to create a solid or surface object Create 3D solid or surface objects by lofting a series of cross sections Change properties on solids Align objects Rotate objects in three dimensions Mirror objects in three dimensions Create 3D arrays Fillet solid objects Chamfer solid objects Thicken a surface into a solid Convert planar objects into surfaces Slice a solid using various methods Construct details on solid models Remove features from solid models Quiz: Model Extrusions and Revolutions Lab #4 Sweeps and Loft, Creating and Working with Model Features, Due Week 6 Thursday 12:00 PM Study Questions Mesh Modeling, Subobject Editing, Due Week 7 Monday 5:15 PM Exercises Mesh Modeling, Subobject Editing, Due Week 7 Monday 5:15 PM

6 Week 7, 10/6/2014 Mesh Modeling, Subobject Editing Reading Assignment: Chapters 9 & 11 Explain tessellation division and values Create mesh primitives Create a smoothed mesh object Create a refined mesh object Construct mesh forms Generate a mesh by converting a solid Generate a mesh by converting a surface Generate a surface by converting a mesh Execute editing on mesh objects Create a split face on a mesh Produce an extruded mesh face Apply a crease to mesh subobjects Select subobjects (faces, edges, and vertices) Edit solids using grips Edit face subobjects Edit edge subobjects Edit vertex subobjects Extrude a closed boundary using the PRESSPULL command Extract a wireframe from a 3D solid using the XEDGES command Quiz: Sweeps and Loft, Creating and Working with Solid Model Features Lab #5, Mesh Modeling, Subobject Editing, Due Week 7 Thursday 12:00 PM Study Questions Solid Model Editing, Model Display, Documentation, and Analysis, Due Week 8 Monday 5:15 PM Exercises Solid Model Editing, Model Display, Documentation, and Analysis, Due Week 8 Monday 5:15 PM Week 8, 10/13/2014 Solid Model Editing, Model Display, Documentation, and Analysis Reading Assignment: Chapters 12, 14 Change the shape and configuration of solid object faces Copy and change the color of solid object edges and faces Break apart a composite solid composed of physically separate entities Extract a wireframe to project edges from a 3D solid using the XEDGES command Use the SOLIDEDIT command to construct and edit a solid model Control the display of solid model Construct a 3D section plane through a solid model Adjust the size and location of section planes Create a dynamic section of a 3D solid model Construct 2D and 3D section blocks Create a flat, 2D projection of a 3D solid model Create a multiview layout of a solid model using SOLVIEW and SOLDRAW Construct a profile of a solid using SOLPROF Perform an analysis of a solid model Export and import solid model data

7 Quiz: Mesh Modeling, Subobject Editing Lab #6, Solid Model Editing, Model Display, Documentation, and Analysis, Due Week 8 Thursday 12:00 PM Study Questions 3D Scanning, Due Week 9 Monday 5:15 PM Week 9, 10/20/2014 Test 2, 3D Scanning Reading Assignment: Online Define 3D Scanning Describe the 3D scanning process Create a file of a part Describe the post-processing file process Test #2 Mid-Term Lab #7, 3D Scanning, Due Week 9 Thursday 12:00 PM Study Questions Rapid Prototyping, Due Week 10 Monday 5:15 PM Week 10, 10/27/2014 Rapid Prototyping Reading Assignment: Online Define rapid prototyping Describe the rapid prototyping process Create an STL file of a solid model Create a pre-processing file Create a part(s) using a rapid prototype machine Learning Activities: Quiz: 3D Scanning Lab #8, Rapid Prototyping, Due Week 10 Thursday 12:00 PM Study Questions Visual Style Settings and Basic Rendering, Materials in AutoCAD, Due Week 11 Monday 5:15 PM Week 11, 11/3/2014 Visual Style Settings and Basic Rendering & Materials in AutoCAD Reading Assignment: Chapters 15 & 16 Describe the Visual Style Manager palette Change the settings for visual styles Create custom visual styles Export visual styles to a tool palette Render a scene using sunlight Save a rendered image from the Render window Attach materials to the objects in a drawing Change the properties of existing materials Create new materials

8 Learning Activities: Quiz: Rapid Prototyping Lab #9, Visual Style Settings and Basic Rendering, Materials in AutoCAD, Due Week 11 Thursday 12:00 PM Study Questions Lighting, Advanced Rendering, Due Week 12 Monday 5:15 PM Exercises Lighting, Advanced Rendering, Due Week 12 Monday 5:15 PM Week 12, 11/10/2014 Lighting & Advanced Rendering Reading Assignment: Chapters 17 & 18 Describe the types of lighting in AutoCAD List the user-created lights available in AutoCAD Change the properties of lights Generate and modify shadows Add a background to your scene and control its appearance Make advanced rendering settings Set the resolution for a rendering Save a rendering to an image file Add fog/depth cueing to a scene Quiz: Visual Style Settings and Basic Rendering, Materials in AutoCAD Lab #10, Lighting, Advanced Rendering, Due Week 12 Thursday 12:00 PM Study Questions Cameras, Walkthroughs, and Flybys, Due Week 13 Monday 5:15 PM Exercises Cameras, Walkthroughs, and Flybys, Due Week 13 Monday 5:15 PM Week 13, 11/17/2014 Cameras, Walkthroughs, and Flybys Reading Assignment: Chapter 20 Create a camera to define a static 3D view Activate and adjust front and back clipping planes Record a walkthrough of a 3D model to a movie file Record a flyby of a 3D model to a movie file Create walkthroughs and flybys by following a path Control the viewpoint, speed, and quality of the animation Quiz: Lighting, Advanced Rendering

9 Week 14, 11/24/2014 Final Project Production & Final Portfolio Production Quiz: Cameras, Walkthroughs, and Flybys Week 15, 12/1/2014 Final Project Production & Final Portfolio Production Week 16, 12/8/2014 Test 3, Final Project Production & Final Portfolio Production Test #3 Week 17, 12/15/2014 Final Project Public Presentation Copyright The materials on this course are only for the use of students enrolled in this course for purposes associated with this course. Further Information regarding KCC's copyright policy is available at Syllabus Disclaimer Instructor may change this syllabus according to instructional needs or time constraints.

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