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national Occupational Skill Standards: CADD

CADD 1 FUNDAMENTAL DRAFTING SKILLS
CADD 1.1.1Use drawing media and related drafting materials (e.g. papers, vellum, mylar, plotter pens, and toner cartridges).
CADD 1.1.2Use basic measurement systems (e.g., fractions, decimals, and metric measurements).
CADD 1.1.3Add correct annotation to drawing.
CADD 1.1.4Identify line styles and weights.
CADD 1.1.5Prepare title blocks and other drafting formats.
CADD 1.2.1Identify, create, and place appropriate orthographic views.
CADD 1.2.2Identify, create, and place appropriate auxiliary views.
CADD 1.3.1Identify and create axonometric drawings (e.g., isometric, dimetric, trimetric).
CADD 1.4.3Dimension objects (e.g., lines, arcs, angles, circular).
CADD 1.4.7Use appropriate dual dimensioning standards.
CADD 1.4.10Place tolerance dimensioning and Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) when appropriate.

CADD 2 FUNDAMENTAL COMPUTER SKILLS
CADD 2.1.4Correct handling and operation of storage media.

CADD 3 BASIC CADD SKILLS
CADD 3.3.8Use grouping techniques.

CADD 4 ADVANCED CADD SKILLS
CADD 4.1.10Construct and label exploded assembly drawings.
CADD 4.5.1Perform customization to improve productivity (e.g. customize menus, function keys, script files, macros).
CADD 4.5.3Use template and library files to establish drawing standard presets.

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