|Drafting for Electronics||
Drafting for Electronics
|207.00||approx. 7-9 days|
For courses in Electronics Drafting, Printed Circuit Design, and Electrical Drafting.
Ideal as both a text and reference, this comprehensive introduction to electronic drafting and design is designed to meet the needs of 1) those with drafting skills who need to apply drafting to electronics, 2) those with electronics skills who need introduction to drafting principles, and 3) those who need exposure to both electronics applications and drafting fundamentals. It first covers drafting fundamentals — particularly how they relate to the field of electronics and electromechanical design and drafting. It then provides a detailed analysis of electronics and the types and variations of graphic documentation required to bring an electronic product to market.
Covers the basics of electronics for those students who have not had an introductory electronics class. Pg.___
Introduces electronic components and symbols. Pg.___
Discusses electronic standards, designations, and abbreviations used on electronics diagrams and drawings. Pg.___
Considers microcircuits. Pg.___
Motors and control circuits. Pg.___
Logic circuits — the symbols and theory and their application to programmable controllers and robotics. Pg.___
Power distribution. Pg.___
Printed circuit board design and development. Pg.___
The essentials of electromechanical design. Pg.___
The first five chapters cover drafting fundamentals, particularly how they relate to the field of electronics and electromechanical design and drafting. Pg.___
The remaining chapters provide a detailed analysis of electronics and the types and variations of graphic documentation required to bring an electronic product to market. Pg.___
1. Equipment, Instruments, and Materials.
4. Projection and Dimensioning.
6. Computers in the Design and Manufacturing Process.
7. Fundamentals of Electronics.
8. Components and Symbols.
9. Designations, Standards, and Abbreviations.
11. Schematic Diagrams.
12. Block Diagrams.
13. Wiring Diagrams.
14. Motors and Control Circuits.
15. Logic Diagrams.
16. Programmable Controllers and Robotics.
17. Power Distribution.
18. Printed Circuit Boards.
19. Electronic Packaging.