Kim Edgins - Engineering Graphics Technology

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Mrs. Edgins

Email -
kime@dmtconline.org

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Grades Taught: 10-12       

 

 
The graphics engineering design experience opens up doors for students in STEM careers in architectural, industrial, and civil engineering fields as well as introduce them to additive process (3D printing) and manufacturing process planning.  Focusing on architecture and mechanical design, students will prepare for actual work situations through practical training using design software. Engineering graphics technicians translate ideas from design layouts, specifications, rough sketches, and calculations of engineers and architects into detailed technical drawings or plans for machinery, buildings, infrastructure, electronics, maps, and illustrations, which are used in the construction of a product.   
Prerequisites: Algebra I / Geometry
Courses Offered
Engineering Graphics Technology IA - (6170)
*Introduction to CAD- EGT 151
Engineering Graphics Technology IB - (6172)
* Intermediate CAD - EGT 155
Engineering Graphics Technology IIA - Honors Level (6171)
*Architectural 3D Rendering - AET 235
Engineering Graphics Technology IIB - (6173)
*Principles of Parametric CAD - EGT 245


(Prerequisite:  Grade of 70 or higher in each Engineering Graphics course, or teacher recommendation to advance to the next level)


*College credit with AP weighting available through SCC

Personal Messages

"I love it when a good PLAN comes together." The A-Team    

"Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new."  Albert Einstein

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