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    • DFT 112 Technical Drafting II Rm. 1047 Tue / Thurs 8:00 – 9:45 AM
    • Tracy Mohr, LEED AP, CEPE
      • Education:
      • Butte College, Oroville, CA –
        • AA Drafting and CAD Technology
      • Internship through Butte College
    • Work Experience: Building designer for NorthStar Engineering Design commercial and residential buildings Title 24 energy calculations Freelance work
      • Instructor at Butte College:
      • Beginning AutoCAD
      • Architectural Design
      • Intro to BIM
      • Advanced BIM
    •  
    • Contact Info
      • Blackboard Mail (best)
      • Email - [email_address]
      • Use CCC account
      • Office hours
        • by appointment
    • Course Description This course provides for advanced drafting practices and procedures. Topics include detailed working drawings, hardware, fits and tolerance, assembly and subassembly, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, intersections and developments. Upon completion, students should be able to produce detailed working drawings. Prerequisite: DFT 111
    • Textbook
      • Jensen, Engineering Drawing & Design 7 th Ed, 2008 McGraw-Hill ISBN: 978-07-352151-0
      • Required Materials – USB Storage Drive,
      • Drafting Kit (optional)
      • Binder (Portfolio)
    • Course Goals
      • Revisions
      • Manufacturing processes
      • Sectional views
      • Primary auxiliary views
      • Dimensioning and conventional tolerancing
      • Thread and fastener representations
      • Working drawing principles and techniques
      • Portfolio development
    • Method of Instruction
      • Lectures
      • Demonstrations
      • Instructor Assistance
      Learning Activities
      • Lab assignments
      • Workbook or hand outs
      • Reading assignments
      • Homework assignments
      • Portfolio
    • Evaluation
      • Attendance
      • Drawing Assignments
      • Quizzes and Exams
      • Semester Project
    • Grading System A = Excellent Work – 93% B = Good Work – 85% C = Average Work – 78% D = Below Average Work – 70% F = Failure – less than 70% I = Incomplete W = Official Withdrawal CE = Credit by Exam AU = Audit
    • Computer Lab Rules
      • Do NOT change settings
      • Save files as instructed
      • NO internet
      • No eating and drinking
      • Do not install any software
      • NO unauthorized disks
      • No copying of software
      • Shutdown
      • Use same computer
    • General Guidelines
      • Attitude
      • Class Breaks
      • Attendance
      • Missed Exams
      • Make-up Work
      • Late Work
      • Academic Honesty
      • Inclement Weather
      • Prerequisite – DFT 111