Skip to content

BISE 5360 – CAD (AUTODESK) Fusion 360

Free with completion of Pre-Prerequisites.

Requires the completion of BISE 1000 / BISE 2100 / BISE 3400

Introduction to CAD walks the student through practical on-the- job skills needed for precision machining while preparing them to complete the CAD Standard credential. Through a series of lessons, the student will learn skills needed to read and understand detailed drawings, replicate 3D models, plan and create CAD Drawings. This course is also an introduction to computer systems and computer-aided drafting software as tools used to produce engineering drawings.  Keyboarding and computer operating skills are overlaid with software commands.  Command topics include line coordinate systems, circles and arcs, geometry creation, text styles, editing geometry and text, controlling drawing display, drawing aids, layers, blocks, hatching, and dimensioning.

After completing this course series, the student will be able to:

  • Understand design intent from detailed drawings.
  • Create a process plan for machining parts.
  • Create 3D CAD files from 2D drawings.
  • Create Basic CNC toolpaths.
  • Export supporting documentation and G-code.
Category:

Description

Free with completion of Pre-Prerequisites.

Requires the completion of BISE 1000 / BISE 2100 / BISE 3400

Introduction to CAD walks the student through practical on-the- job skills needed for precision machining while preparing them to complete the CAD Standard credential. Through a series of lessons, the student will learn skills needed to read and understand detailed drawings, replicate 3D models, plan and create CAD Drawings. This course is also an introduction to computer systems and computer-aided drafting software as tools used to produce engineering drawings.  Keyboarding and computer operating skills are overlaid with software commands.  Command topics include line coordinate systems, circles and arcs, geometry creation, text styles, editing geometry and text, controlling drawing display, drawing aids, layers, blocks, hatching, and dimensioning.

After completing this course series, the student will be able to:

  • Understand design intent from detailed drawings.
  • Create a process plan for machining parts.
  • Create 3D CAD files from 2D drawings.
  • Create Basic CNC toolpaths.
  • Export supporting documentation and G-code.