Career Technical Center

Three-Dimensional Solid Model Design II

Three-Dimensional Solid Model Design II is a one-credit course intended for advanced students in three-dimensional modeling. Emphasis is placed on assembly, animation, and sheet metal concepts. Students organize and develop a career-related project based on current research and design practices. The prerequisite for this course is Three-Dimensional Solid Model Design I.

 

 

Multipart Assembly

 

Students will:

 

     1.           Create a three-dimensional assembly with clearances to ensure complete functionality.

·          Describing the application of part constraints to three-dimensional assembly

 

 

Animation

 

     2.           Create a three-dimensional animation presentation with computer-generated models and drawings.

·         Defending a three-dimensional animation presentation

 

 

Sheet Metal

 

     3.           Create sheet metal models and flat pattern drawings, including the specification of relief settings and creation of a flat pattern.

 

 

Career Readiness Project

 

     4.           Develop a career-related project based on current research and design.

Examples:  research—use of the Internet

preparation—creation of three-dimensional models based on current industry needs

presentation—use of a computer software application to organize a presentation of the project

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