Blueprints are the starting point of any engineering project. These are the main method of communication between all persons concerned with the design and manufacture of parts. This course has three main sections. The first section includes the principles of mechanical drafting (e.g., scales, line work, dimensioning, orthographic projections, auxiliary views and cross sections) and free-hand sketching of simple mechanical parts. In the second section, the student will use the skills acquired during the workshop practices course, MECH 106, to take measurements, sketch and dimension the assembly and parts of mechanical devices. The third section of the course covers the review and study of industrial blue prints, including the process of assembling a set of blue prints, the revision process and documentation. Throughout this course, the student will be able to recognize and use dimensions, symbols and call-outs used in the drafting practice. Drawings will concentrate on manufacturing, machining, mechanical, electrical, services and process technologies.