MEC 101: 3D Modeling and Blueprint Reading
In this course, students create 3D models used to output files (.stl, .ncc, etc.) used in manufacturing products. Students are exposed to software used in the manufacturing and design of product and process, as well as drawing, views, types, dimensioning systems, first and third angle projections and many of the symbols used in manufacturing and assembly. The knowledge and skills gained in this class will be used in many of the classes taken in the mechatronic program.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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