- To apply the rules of Technical Drawing in order to achieve the graphical representation of mechanical components.
- To read and execute orthogonal projections and to draw them either by using a computer aided design software (CAD 2D) or by free-hand.
- To understand the rules of Technical Drawing in order to draw axonometric projections (perspectives).
- To understand the rules of Technical Drawing in order to draw assemblages of components.
- To be capable to model and to assemble non-complex tridimensional parts using a Computer-Aided Design software.
- To know how to 3D print the parts modelled.
António José Freire Mourão, Bruno Alexandre Rodrigues Simões Soares
Weekly - 4
Total - 56
- Desenho Técnico – Luís Veiga da Cunha – Ed. Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian
- Desenho Técnico Moderno – Arlindo Silva, Carlos Tavares Ribeiro, João Dias, Luís Sousa – Ed. Lidel
- Elements made available by teachers.
Minimum test grade 8.5 points
- Rules for graphical representation.
- Representation of orthogonal projections.
- Sectional views.
- Axonometric views.
- Introduction to computer aided design (CA 2D and CAD 3D).
- 3D printing of modelled parts.
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