Plans & drawing

Description:

The preparatory work is crucial in the production of objects. Knowing how to produce, read and understand plans quickly becomes an indispensable asset to enjoy the realization of a project and ensure the success of the production. This course will give you the knowledge and practice necessary to produce plans for your future projects.

Planning:

•Types of lines in a plan.
• Plan projections.
• Conventional drawing layout in a plan (ISO)
• Types of drawings (section, view, cut, cavalier perspective … etc.)
• General information of a drawing (title block – notes – dimensions)
• Methodology for reading technical drawings.



Infrastructure:

Water – Dishes / Equipped kitchen – Toilets – Parking places with disc for max 1h along the road of the pavement & max 3h at the Sauvabelin Lake (5min on foot). Collective parking of the signal at 15min walking distance (disc & paying).


Date:

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Description:

In this course, we will dig further into the design of plans and their production. We will discuss the concepts of tolerances. You will know how to report tolerance on a drawing and the importance of detailed views or sections to provide the necessary information for the production of more complex elements.

Planning:

• Determine the number and type of views needed to create a drawing.
• Angular projections: “special views” (section / projection method)
• Conventional dimensioning methods and rules.
• Concept of tolerance (dimensional & geometric) and symbols for geometric tolerance.



Infrastructure:

Water – Dishes / Equipped kitchen – Toilets – Parking places with disc for max 1h along the road of the pavement & max 3h at the Sauvabelin Lake (5min on foot). Collective parking of the signal at 15min walking distance (disc & paying).


Date:

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Description:

The creation of a production/technical file including the phase plan, hardware, drawings and production notes, is an essential tool for the production of objects. Setting up the production phases will provide you with the best practices to produce an object. In this course, you will develop a technical and production file with an imposed subject. This course will give you the knowledge and methodology to plan your work with a preparatory study.

Planning:

• Writing a plan of work phases
• Setting up a hardware search
• Setting up production notes for the manufacture of an object.



Infrastructure:

Water – Dishes / Equipped kitchen – Toilets – Parking places with disc for max 1h along the road of the pavement & max 3h at the Sauvabelin Lake (5min on foot). Collective parking of the signal at 15min walking distance (disc & paying).


Date:

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Description:

The working drawing (“épure”) and 1/1 scale sketch are special types of technical drawings. Exclusively intended for workshop production and made to a scale of 1:1, they are used to establish the cutting diagram, to trace the wood pieces and to avoid omissions in the production process. These working drawings also serve as a reference and help avoid any mistake during the execution. These are essential tools for people working in a workshop with long production times.

Planning:

• Differences between working drawing (“épure”) and 1-1 scale sketch (“plan sur règle”).
• Methodology of production of a working drawing.
• Methodology of production of a 1-1 scale sketch.



Infrastructure:

Water – Dishes / Equipped kitchen – Toilets – Parking places with disc for max 1h along the road of the pavement & max 3h at the Sauvabelin Lake (5min on foot). Collective parking of the signal at 15min walking distance (disc & paying).


Date:

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Training methodology:

Interactive teaching: Interactive teaching allows teaching by actively involving trainees in the learning processes through regular instructor/learner and learner/learner interactions. This method focuses on the understanding and meaning of the course content as opposed to merely memorizing them by rote. Learners are constantly encouraged to be active participants.

Experiential learning: Experiential learning is a learning approach through experience, which directly places learners in situations that reflect reality. This approach is based on the learning process rather than on the results (concrete experimentation, reflective observation). The instructor adapts to the learner’s level. The learner will make the group progress by being actively involved in the training and by sharing experiences. This training approach aims to promote the development of learners’ autonomy.

Project-based training: The learner produces his own work project at his own pace, independently. The instructor is present to accompany the learner when he/she encounters difficulties and provides support, advice or suggestions for experimentation to move forward in the project. The goal is to equip the learner with methods, techniques and knowledge so that he/she can accurately analyze and evaluate the production process of his/her project and solve problems with flexibility.


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