Prerequisite: DRFT 122 and ENGR 103, 228 and concurrent enrollment in MATH 104. Using case studies and industrial design problems, students learn to lay out engineered products and systems and prepare drawings and specifications necessary for developing production layouts and details. Emphasis on problem-solving, layout design practices, tolerance stacks, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, design concepts, procedures, data and decision analysis, and techniques required for machine design drafting of component parts. Computer-aided design and standard machine design practices are used in the laboratory. Two class hours and four lab hours weekly.