Computer-Aided Design Studio 1

Course Code: IDSN 2002

Academic Year: 2017-2018

This course introduces and applies computer technology to the design and detailing of three-dimensional parts. Computer architecture and user software form the backdrop for understanding computer-aided design. Constructing, manipulating, transforming, revising and dimensioning geometric shapes are mastered by students to enable them to scale and plot design plans. The operational context of computers in the design and development of products is part of the course of study. This course supports major studio work through the development of the CAD skills used to communicate product form and production specifications.