Course title
Y02133001
Exercise of Basic Drawing
Course description
In the basic drafting exercise, you will acquire the basics of the ability to read and create drawings necessary for the designer. First, you will learn the basics and composition of drawings, and then you will learn about dimensioning methods, fittings, tolerances, materials, welding methods and their symbols. Acquire the basic knowledge through the practice of drafting each time. In addition, learn how to draw machine elements such as screws and flanges that are frequently used as machine parts. You basically use AutoCAD and aim to acquire mechanical design skills.
Purpose of class
Learn the procedure and method of mechanical drawing based on JIS. Learn about mechanical drawing with AutoCAD.
Goals and objectives
1. You can imagine a three-dimensional figure by looking at a two-dimensional figure. You can understand the projection method.
2. You will be able to understand the drawings.
3. You can create drawings. You can use AutoCAD.
4. You can understand dimensioning methods, tolerances, and fits.
Language
Japanese
Class schedule

Class schedule HW assignments (Including preparation and review of the class.) Amount of Time Required
1. Drawing basics (role, type, drafting standard)
Drawing composition (size, style, scale, line type and usage, drafting characters)
Exercise 1: Different types and thicknesses of lines
Check the contents of the lesson 90minutes
2. Basics of projection (types and uses of projection, orthographic projection)
Exercise 2: 3D drawing (Three-view drawing by AutoCAD, 3D drawing by hand drawing)
Check the contents of the lesson, Submission of exercises 90minutes
3. How to draw a figure by orthographic projection (direction of figure, hidden line)
Exercise 3: Creating a three-view drawing by the third trigonometry
Check the contents of the lesson, Submission of exercises 90minutes
4. How to draw a figure by the orthographic projection (cross section, abbreviated view)
Exercise 4: Creating a cross section of the flange
Check the contents of the lesson, Submission of exercises 90minutes
5. Dimensioning method
Exercise 5: Dimension the drawings drawn in the past
Check the contents of the lesson, Submission of exercises 90minutes
6. Dimensioning method, surface properties
Exercise 6: Drawing the bearing folder and filling in the surface properties
Check the contents of the lesson, Submission of exercises 90minutes
7. Drafting of screws
Exercise 7: Drawing and dimensioning screws
Check the contents of the lesson, Submission of exercises 90minutes
8. Welding symbols, material symbols, tolerances and fits
Exercise 8: How to fill in welding symbols, material symbols, and tolerances
Check the contents of the lesson, Submission of exercises 90minutes
9. Parts drawing, drawing
Drafting 1:
Check the contents of the lesson, Submission of exercises 90minutes
10. Parts drawing, machine element, drawing
Drafting 2:
Check the contents of the lesson, Submission of drawings 90minutes
11. Parts drawing, machine element, drawing
Drafting 2:
Check the contents of the lesson, Submission of drawings 90minutes
12. Parts drawing, machine element, drawing
Drafting 3:
Check the contents of the lesson, Submission of drawings 90minutes
13. Assembly drawing, parts drawing, machine element, drawing
Drafting 3:
Check the contents of the lesson, Submission of drawings 90minutes
14. Final exam Total review of all learning content 120minutes
Total. - - 1290minutes
Relationship between 'Goals and Objectives' and 'Course Outcomes'

Report Final exam Total.
1. 15% 10% 25%
2. 15% 10% 25%
3. 15% 10% 25%
4. 15% 10% 25%
Total. 60% 40% -
Evaluation method and criteria
Evaluate by report (Submissions: Weekly exercises and drawings) and final exam. Pass 60 points or more. The guideline for 60 points is to be able to read simple mechanical drawings, and you can draw mechanical drawings with AutoCAD.
Textbooks and reference materials
Distribute the textbooks needed in class.

Prerequisites
Master AutoCAD to the extent that you can draw simple diagrams
It is desirable to take "Introduction to manufacturing".
Ruler
Office hours and How to contact professors for questions
• E-mail, Q & A when in the room (appointment required)
Regionally-oriented
Non-regionally-oriented course
Development of social and professional independence
• Course that cultivates an ability for utilizing knowledge
Active-learning course
Most classes are interactive
Course by professor with work experience
Work experience Work experience and relevance to the course content if applicable
Applicable Engaged in design and product development work at a machine maker
Education related SDGs:the Sustainable Development Goals
• 9.INDUSTRY, INNOVATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE