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DIGITAL DESIGN GRAPHICS TECHNOLOGY
Napa Valley College • Bldg. 3900
Gary Strommen Program Coordinator
(707) 256-7526 • Contact Gary Strommen
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Fall 2018:
Day Classes:
DDGT 110
DDGT 120
DDGT 130
DDGT 230
DDGT 240
 
Fall 2018 Schedule
All courses use the latest release of Autodesk products.


Enrollment for Fall 2018 courses is now closed.

Enrollment for Spring 2019 courses opens late December.

Spring 2019 courses start January 14th, 2019.

Spring 2019 courses will include:
  • DDGT110 - Technical Drawing Fundamentals with AutoCAD Fundamentals
  • DDGT121 - Digital Design Graphics Technology 2 with Inventor Fundamentals
  • DDGT241 - Digital Design Graphics Technology 4 with AutoCAD Advanced

Dates and times to be confirmed.


 
         
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Section Name:  DDGT-110-70138 (70138)
Technical Drawing Fundamentals
Meeting Info:
Spring 2019
Dates and Times coming soon!
Faculty: G. Strommen
Credits: 3.00
Description: An entry level course for students with little or no technical drawing experience.  Topics covered include drafting standards, drawing scales, geometric constructions, orthographic projection, sectioning, computer-aided drafting (CAD) applications using the latest version of AutoCAD.
   
         
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Section Name:  DDGT-120-818 (818)
Digital Design Graphics Technology 1
Meeting Info: This class will be offered in Fall 2019
Faculty: G. Strommen
Credits: 7.00
Description: The first of a four course series in the Digital Design Graphics Technology A.S. Degree program.  Drafting fundamentals are covered that include national and international drafting standards, geometric constructions, orthographic projections, dimensioning, sectioning, auxiliary views, Computer-aided drafting fundamentals, and three-dimensional modeling.  All coursework is done using the latest release of the AutoCAD software program.
   
         
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Section Name:  DDGT-121-70139 (70139)
Digital Design Graphics Technology 2
Meeting Info:
Spring 2019
Dates and Times coming soon!
Faculty: G. Strommen
Credits: 7.00
Description: The second of a four course series in the Digital Design Graphics Technology A.S. Degree program.  Advanced study in computer-aided drafting (CAD) three-dimensional parametric solid modeling, Boolean operations, advanced lighting and scene layout for CAD rendered images, the study of descriptive geometry and lateral surface developments and creation of working drawing sets.  Development of intranet web pages for communication of engineering documents across the internet.
   
         
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Section Name:  DDGT-130
Introduction to 3D Printing
Meeting Info: This class will be offered in Fall 2019.
Faculty: G. Strommen
Credits: 3.00
Description: This course focuses on 3D Modeling and 3D Printing for the beginner and those currently in industry. This course will cover the study of additive manufacturing as it pertains to 3D Printing. Topics covered include 3D Parametric Modeling, 3D Printing applications, and the advantages and limitations of 3D printing technology. Students will learn how to create three-dimensional parts and assemblies using the current version of the Autodesk Fusion 360 software specifically for 3D Printing. This course also provides the opportunity for students to earn the Autodesk Certificate of Training and to prepare for the Autodesk Certified User exam.
   
         
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Section Name:  DDGT-230-64497 (64497)
Digital Architecture Drafting & Design - Residential
Meeting Info: This class will be offered in Fall 2019
Faculty: E. Tumlin
Credits: 5.00
Description: A study of the digital graphic representation used by the architectural field, building codes, symbology, floor plans, sectional views, foundation plans, roof framing plans, specifications, interior/exterior elevations, computer animated walk-throughs and fly-bys as relates to residential architecture and design.
   
         
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Section Name:  DDGT-240-64499 (64499)
Digital Design Graphics and Technology 3
Meeting Info: This class will be offered in Fall 2019
Faculty: G. Strommen
Credits: 7.00
Description: A third of a four course series in the Digital Design Graphics Technology A.S. Degree program.  Study of modeling, materials, lighting, and animation of three-dimensional (3D) models and scenes.  Editing 3D objects, lofting objects, utilize particle systems, create cameras, perform video post operations, timing of multiple object animations within a scene.  Study of traditional pictorial drawing types, and biped character animation.
   
         
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Section Name:  DDGT-241-70140 (70140)
Digital Design Graphics and Technology 4
Meeting Info:
Spring 2019
Dates and Times coming soon!
Faculty: G. Strommen
Credits: 7.00
Description: The last of a four course series in the Digital Design Graphics Technology A.S. Degree program.  The study of civil drafting, geographic information systems (GIS) and their relationship to engineering documentation, utilization of electrical/electronic symbology and the development of various electronic diagrams.