Course Descriptions & Student Learning Outcomes

SMP 26 - Pattern Development I

  • Corequisite: SMP 24 and SMP 25

SMP majors only. Patterns for various types of transitions. Square to round, oval to round and other fittings in this area. Patterns for the basic fi ttings that are commonly used. Standard installation practices.

1 hr. lect., 3 hrs. lab. per week

Student Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of SMP 26, the student will be able to:

  • Show proper use and care of sheet metal hand tools
  • Identify the proper use, care, and safety concerns of shop equipment
  • Produce orthographic drawings for items requiring fabrication
  • State the three forms of metal fabrication
  • Produce basic fitting layout using any of the three methods
  • Identify the base rules for order of operation in fabrication
  • Layout, cut, notch, and bend in proper order, fittings and components used in sheet metal and plastic
  • Identification and installation of common fasteners used in sheet metal work
  • Explain the use of Short-cut layout methods and when they apply

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