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AutoCAD 2D
Technical Drawing Event

Design Constraints

Event Coordinator: Ted Robinson trobinson@bataviacsd.org 

Description of the Competition:

This category allows for high school students to display their very best technical drawings. This category is for 2D CAD drawings. You can enter a multi-view drawing. This is a display of the students’ ability to create technical drawings, not their design ability.  Judges will base their scores on: neatness, completeness, difficulty, ANSI standards, and drawing skills.

Rules of Competition:

1.      Limited to one entry per student.

2.      Project must be student work.

3.      Students must utilize standard CAD equipment.

4.      A complete drawing is required.

5.      Student does not need to be present.

Scoring/Evaluation:

Judges will review all projects on display.  The judges will award points based on the size, completeness, difficulty, ANSI standards, and drawing skills.

A perfect score will be 40 points.  Judges will use scoring rubrics in the evaluation process.

 

     40pt. Judging Rubric for: 2D Technical Drawing                       Judges Score___________________

 

   Category:            Mechanical Drafting using CAD            

   Student Name: _________________________________________________

   School: _______________________________________________________

   Project Description: _____________________________________________

 

CRITERIA

 

 

ENTER SCORE HERE ß

 

9 – 10 pts

 

7 – 8pts

 

5 – 6pts

 

0 – 4pts

 

Project Size/

Completeness

 

 

 

Drawing is very detailed/complex.   There are many features on the part.  The drawing has no missing lines, dimensions, or other drafting features.

 

 

Drawing is somewhat detailed/complex.   There are many features on the part.  The drawing has few missing lines, dimensions, or other drafting features.

 

Drawing is not  detailed/complex.   There are few features on the part.  The drawing has some missing lines, dimensions, or other drafting features.

 

Drawing is not  detailed/complex.   There very few features on the part.  The drawing has many missing lines, dimensions, or other drafting features.

 

Degree of Difficulty

 

 

The drawing has advanced features such as additional views, auxiliary views, section views, detail views, or other complex features.

 

 

The drawing has an advanced feature such as additional views, auxiliary views, section views, detail views, or other complex features.

 

The drawing has no advanced features but has  marginally complex features.

 

The drawing is below average with minimal detail.

 

Drawing Standards

 

 

All ANSI standards will are included where all drawings contain correct: orthographic projection, view selection, line weight and line style usage, dimensioning standards, use of scales, use of title blocks and borders and are neat with an excellent overall visual presentation.

 

 

Most ANSI standards are included in orthographic projection, view selection, line weight and line style usage, dimensioning standards, use of scales, use of title blocks and borders and are neat with an average overall visual presentation.

 

 

Some ANSI standards are included in orthographic projection, view selection, line weight and line style usage, dimensioning standards, use of scales, use of title blocks and borders.  The visual presentation is below average.

 

 

Many ANSI standards are missing in orthographic projection, view selection, line weight and line style usage, dimensioning standards, use of scales, use of title blocks and borders.  Overall visual presentation is poor.

 

 

Drawing Skills/

Neatness

 

 

The drawing(s) represents skills that reflect a thorough knowledge of CAD.  Line weights and line styles are accurate.   Geometry is accurately located.

 

 

The drawing(s) represent an adequate knowledge of CAD.  Line weights and line styles are mostly accurate and neat.  Lines are mostly straight, square, and precise.

 

The drawing(s) represent an fair knowledge of  CAD.  Line weights and line styles are fairly accurate and neat.  Lines are fairly straight, square, and precise.

 

The drawing(s) represent little knowledge of CAD.  Line weights and line styles are not accurate or neat.  Lines are not straight, square, and precise.