Introduction to Engineering Graphics and Drafting - PART 1 and PART 2



Description

Develop your technical drawing skills - learn to understand and draw orthographic projections (i.e. top, front and side views), isometric, oblique drawings and cut views. You'll be using pencil and paper - the old fashioned way - as a stepping stone on your way to applying computer aided drawing (CAD) techniques.

This class is split into two parts, tickets need to be purchased for each part.

Why learn this course?

This course is a valuable precursor for learning CAD (Computer Aided Drawing), which in-turn is required for 3D printing your own creations. Want to use the 3D printer? This course is your first step.

In-Depth Course Plan -

Part 1

  • Presentation and examples: Cartesian coordinate systems and plotting

  • Orthographic Projects and cut views

  • Dimensioning (if requested)

  • Homework item

Part 2

  • Isometric and Oblique views

  • Cut views in isometric and oblique projections

  • Final Drawing Piece - a house, or your desired object/item

What is provided: All materials and tools are provided.

Desired / prerequisite skills: Some basic mathematics skills desirable, but not required.

Workshop presenter:Prof. Matthew Smith (School of Mechanical Engineering, UQ, NCKU)

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Class Schedule

Duration: 2 hours

What you will learn
  • Develop your technical drawing skills
  • learn to understand orthographic projections (i.e. top, front and side views), isometric, oblique drawings and cut views
  • draw orthographic projections (i.e. top, front and side views), isometric, oblique drawings and cut views
What you will get
  • You get to take home your collection of orthographic, isometric and oblique drawings. If you desire, your workshop presenter can create the 3D drawing of your final drawing piece for 3D printing which you can then take home.

What to bring
  • You don't need to bring anything, however you must wear enclosed footwear.
What to wear

Must wear enclosed shoes

Appropriate for

Teens and adults. Participants under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. We have a lounge area and coffee machine for non-participants to use.


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Hobbymedo is a hobby activity centre located at Capalaba on Brisbane's southside. It is an air conditioned centre with tools, equipment and facilities catering for arts, crafts, sewing, graphic design, 3D printing, woodworking, leatherwork, wirework and much more.

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Cancelation & Refund Policy

Cancellation Policy: As we purchase materials based on the number of attendees for each workshop we are unable to refund tickets. We do welcome you to pass your ticket to a friend to come in your place. Please email us if you do wish to change the name on the ticket.  In the event that the class is cancelled by Hobbymedo, fees will be refunded or alternative dates offered.

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FAQs

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

If you wish to use public transport to get to this event, please visit Translink.  Off-street customer car parking is available at 75 Redland Bay Road - just follow the driveway around the back of the Baby Bunting store. 

 How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Email: info@hobbymedo.com.au / Phone: 07 3161 1485 / Visit: www.hobbymedo.com.au / Message us on Facebook

 Will this class be offered at other times?

Further classes will be scheduled depending on demand.  You are welcome to email us with your preferred days and times for workshops.  We also welcome requests for particular workshops.

 What is Hobbymedo?

Hobbymedo is a hobby activity centre located at Capalaba on Brisbane's southside.  It is an air conditioned centre with tools, equipment and facilities catering for arts, crafts, sewing, graphic design, 3D printing, woodworking, leatherwork, wirework and much more.  Details of our facilities and events can be found on our webpage at www.hobbymedo.com.au 

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