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Courses: Engineering Drawings (MET-104)

Engineering Drawings (MET-104)
A study of the major elements of the engineering drawing. Topics include multiview (2-dimensional) sections and pictorial views, dimensioning practices, ANSI standard limits and fits, surface finishes and fasteners. Measuring instruments will be used to confirm sizes and tolerances. Geometric dimensioning and tolerances (GD&T) are covered with attention to tolerances of form, orientation, location, runout and position. Also included are applications of symbols, datums, material condition modifiers, bonus tolerances, and virtual conditions. Prerequisite: MET109 or permission of the coordinator. 3 lecture hours and 1 laboratory hour per week. 3 credit hours.

Course Name: MET-104
Departments: Engineering
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Prerequisites: MET-109
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