WLD 111 - Blueprint Reading for Welders
This course provides instruction necessary to interpret blueprints that are typically used by metal fabrication shops. Emphasis is placed on understanding types of lines, dimensioning, views, notations, abbreviations, welding symbols and steel nomenclature.
Prerequisite: RD 087 and EL 115 OR prior college OR placement test.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:
1. Be able to identify basic lines and views.
2. Be able to describe the purpose and processes of dimensioning.
3. Be able to identify and explain notes, specifications and abbreviations.
4. Recognize and describe various metal structural shapes.
5. Be able to recognize and explain detail and assembly prints.
6. Be able to interpret typical welding symbols.
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