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ARCH1122 – Computer Aided Drafting for Architecture pdf

Credits: 4 (2/2/0)
Description: This course covers the development of three-dimensional architectural modeling and documentation using AutoCAD for Architecture software. Emphasis is on creating and editing custom component styles.
Prerequisites: CADD1102 AND ENGR1134
Corequisites: (None)
Competencies:
  1. Define a project's parameters using Project Browser.
  2. Create construct, element, view and sheet files using Project Browser.
  3. Control object visibility through Display Properties.
  4. Draw wall objects per Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) standards.
  5. Create custom wall styles.
  6. Modify wall cleanups using cleanup radii and merge.
  7. Draw door objects per CAD standards.
  8. Create custom door styles.
  9. Draw window objects per CAD standards.
  10. Create custom window styles.
  11. Create wall modifiers.
  12. Add content from content browser to a CAD file.
  13. Create column grids with linked structural members.
  14. Draw stair objects per CAD standards.
  15. Modify given stair styles.
  16. Attach railings to stair objects.
  17. Add curtain walls using given curtain wall styles.
  18. Add roof objects and slab objects using a given style.
  19. Create ceiling grids with attached fixtures.
  20. Create elevation and section objects linked to a composite building model.
  21. Assign material definitions to various CAD objects.
  22. Add space objects using given space styles.
  23. Generate various drawing annotations and schedules.
  24. Produce plotted output from sheet views.
MnTC goal areas: (N/A)

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