The Mechanical and Architectural Design CAD Lab is located in Room 215 of the Applied Technology Center. GRCC is an open-access college that prepares individuals to attain their goals and contribute to the community. It is the mission of GRCC's Tutoring Labs to empower students to become independent, lifelong learners.
Our goals are to:
- Assist students to be successful with their coursework in line with classroom instruction.
- Engage students in their college experience by creating opportunities to interact with peers, faculty and staff based on individuals’ learning goals.
- Assist students to learn and apply the skills to become more independent learners.
***Directions to download SolidWorks 2016 - 2017 from the web site has been added to the Helpful Links***
The Mechanical and Architectural Design CAD Lab is a drop-in center where tutors assist students who are enrolled in architecture and engineering programs. Students may come into the lab and do their Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) and Building Information Modeling (BIM) homework. Should you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Mechanical and Architectural Design / CAD Lab shares a space with the ATC Tutorial and Open Computer Lab in the Wisner-Bottrall Applied Technology Center in room 215.
***To know what Software Help is by time each day, please log into the Mechanical and Architectural Design / CAD Lab Blackboard site. Check out the site for other useful tips and help also!
We offer tutoring in the following classes:
|AR105||Construction Materials 1|
|AR106||Construction Materials 2|
|AR112||Mechanical and Electrical Drafting|
|AR 119||Introduction to Architectural CAD|
|AR 120||Architectural Working Drawings 1|
|AR 121||Architectural Working Drawings 2|
|AR 129||Architectural 3D CAD|
|AR 201||Architectural Graphics 1|
|AR 202||Architectrual Graphics 2|
|AR 208||Design Studio: Commercial Building Design|
|AR 218||Sustainable Residential Design|
|DR 140||Introduction to Inventor|
|DR 150||Introduction to SolidWorks|
|DR 212||Tool Design|
|DR 224||Die Design|
|DR 225||Advanced Die Design|
|DR 229||Detail Drafting|
|DR 241||Mold Design Theory|
|DR 258||Introduction to Pro-Engineering|
|DR 259||Advanced Part Design and Sheet Metal Design|
|DR 260||Introduction to Catia|
|DR 265||Introduction to Designing with Surfaces|
|DR 279||Team Design Project|
|EG 110||Industrial Graphics with CAD|