WELD 1650 - Welding Symbols and Print Design
This course covers weld print reading used in industry including, but not limited to: AWS welding symbols, sketching, Solid Works, view representation, orthographic projection, measurement, structural steel materials, weld joint configuration and detailing, basic layout, and pipe system design.
Instructional Method Lecture and Lab
Minimum Student Competencies
Upon completion of WELD 1650 Welding Symbols and Print Design , the student will:
- Develop welding prints, drawings, and specifications.
- Identify structural steel shapes.
- Identify weld symbols and there parts
- Apply welding symbols on drawings, specifications, and welding procedure specifications.
- Draw welding symbols based on the observation of actual welds.
- Interpret a welding detail drawing.
- Draw isometric and orthographic projections of welds
- Identify third angle projection, views, lines, material fills, and sections.
- Identify object views.
- Explain dimensioning, notes, and bill of materials.
- Interpret basic elements of a welding detail drawing.
- Develop basic welding drawings using Solid Works.
- Design 2-dimensional objects that conform to industry standards using computer aided design.
PO#1 perform quality welds and cuts to industry standards.
PO#2 apply principles of welding theory to welding practice.
PO#3 demonstrate proper use of welding related terms.
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