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Introduction to Engineering Graphics and Drafting – PART 1 & 2

July 3, 2017 @ 10:00 am - July 4, 2017 @ 12:00 pm

$45

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)

Details

Start:
July 3, 2017 @ 10:00 am
End:
July 4, 2017 @ 12:00 pm
Cost:
$45
Website:
https://weteachme.com/hobbymedo/1019413-introduction-to-engineering-graphics-and-drafting-part-1-and-part-2

Organizer

Hobbymedo
Phone:
07 3161 1485
Email:
info@hobbymedo.com.au
Website:
http://hobbymedo.com.au/

Venue

Hobbymedo
Shop 4, 75 Redland Bay Road
Capalaba, Qld 4157 Australia
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Phone:
07 3161 1485
Website:
http://hobbymedo.com.au/

Group activities: We are happy to accommodate group bookings and work with you to create a special event for your group

Workshops: Our scheduled workshops are listed in our calendar of events. Please feel free to put forward your suggestions and ideas for workshops or if you are interested in using our facilities to run your own workshop.

Project ideas – List of suggestions for projects you may like to do at our centre:

  • Whirligigs
  • Wooden bowls
  • Timber 3D pictures
  • Jigsaw puzzles
  • Diorama
  • Jewellery
  • And the list goes on and on

  • Windmills
  • Cushion covers
  • Picture frames
  • Leather belts, wallets, coasters, coolers
  • Dreamcatchers
  • Sculptures