Machine Drawing and 3D Design (5 cr)
21.11.2022 - 08.01.2023
01.01.2023 - 30.04.2023
Number of ECTS credits allocated
Mode of delivery
Faculty of Technology (LAB)
0 - 30
- Bachelor’s Degree Programme in Wood Technology
- Ari Vesikko
- Luennot 1 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
- Luennot 1
The student is able to:
- basics of technical drawing
- Basics of CAD drawing
- read, edit and create technical 2D drawings
- Basics of 3D modeling
- create technical drawings in a 3D environment and visualize 3D assemblies
Implementation and methods of teaching
- Understand various technical drawings
- is able to draw working and assembly drawings in accordance with the standards of the technical drawing
- know the basics of CAD drawing and modeling (SolidWorks and / or AutoCad)
- is able to draw technical drawings and edit them with CAD software
- can visualize 3D models and assemblies
Timing and attendance
Information and guidance during class and laboratory classes. Training and assignments on your own computer.
Learning material and recommended literature
Aimo Pere: Basics of machine drawing or equivalent manual.
Software support materials, teacher-produced material, and network-produced learning materials.
Alternative completion methods
RPL, recognition of prior learning.
IT- classroom, My computer, Moodle environment.
Student time use and work load
5 * 27 hours = 137 hours of student work including 50 hours of information and guidance.
Understanding of various technical drawings.
- Working and assembly drawings in accordance with standards.
- Basics of CAD drawing and modeling (SolidWorks and / or AutoCad)
- 2D drawings
- Basics of 3D models
Additional information for students: previous knowledge etc._peppi
No prior knowledge.
Doing exercises and participating in joint knowledge building. Tracking task completion and participation activity using the tools of the e-learning environment. Demonstrating familiarity with the target groups of their profession.
Alternative method: Exam and assessment
The student does not met the requirements for digital design.
Assessment criteria: level 1 (assessment scale 1–5)
The student is able to produce drawings and models with CAD software according to the instructions.
Assessment criteria: level 3 (assessment scale 1–5)
The student is able to produce drawings and models in a versatile way with CAD software and to justify the choices he / she makes.
Assessment criteria: level 5 (assessment scale 1–5)
In addition to the previous knowledge and skills, the student has a developing attitude and the ability to transfer their knowledge to the entire work group.