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DSGN 240: Solid Modeling (1/2 unit)

Description

Solid modeling covers the principles of creating three dimensional shapes through two dimensional sketches, then combining individual parts into assemblies. Students will review CAD modeling theory and learn the various advantages and disadvantages of modeling objects using different approaches for creating identical features. A balance between lecture and hands-on software use will allow you to familiarize yourself with Solidworks.

Prerequisites

None.

Quarter Offered

Fall

DSGN 240 Solid Modeling (1/2 unit)
Meets Monday's, 2:00-4:50pm in Tech MG47 for the first five weeks of the quarter
Instructor: John Clauson

Winter

DSGN 240 Solid Modeling (1/2 unit)
Meets Monday's, 2:00-5:00pm in Tech MG47. One session is offered in the first five weeks or of the quarter. A second session is offered the second five weeks of the quarter.
Instructor: John Clauson

Spring

Meets Monday's, 6:30-9:30pm in Tech MG47. One session is offered in the first five weeks or of the quarter. A second session is offered the second five weeks of the quarter.
Instructor: Staff

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