Lower-Division Courses 1505. CAD Technology 1. Basic instruction in the use of AUTOCAD computer-aided drafting system. Includes primary 2D skills including dimensioning, blocks, external reference and plotting. Customization methods and an introduction to application programming. Three hours lecture, three hours lab per week. Prereq.: High school drafting or equivalent. 4 s.h. 2606. CAD Technology 2. Parametric Solid Modeling and other 3D techniques. A continuation of customization techniques and the use of an applications programming language within AUTOCAD. Three hours lecture, three hours lab per week. Prereq.: DDT 2605 (1505). 4 s.h. 2607. CAD Technology 3. CAD customization and management. Includes menus, use of internet utilities, attribute extraction, programming, dialogue box control. One hour lecture, three hour lab. Prereq.: DDT 1505. 2 s.h. 2608. Machine Elements. Design and drafting of machine elements common to mechanical equipment, including bending, torsion, and bearing concepts. Application and interpretation of GD & T. Two hours lecture, three hours lab per week. Prereq.: CCET 2604. 3 s.h. 2609. Industrial Technology. Materials planning and handling, applications of quality assurance, post-production control. Introduction to ergonomics and manufacturing standards. Two hours lecture, three hours lab per week. Prereq.: MET 2630. 3 s.h. 2610. Manufacturing Elements. Mechanical power transmission, mechanisms and linkages. Hydrostatics, system losses, interpretation and analysis of hydraulic and pneumatic schematics. Two hours lecture, three hours lab per week. Prereq.: PHYS 1501. 3 s.h.