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2018_2019 12_2nd 9 weeks

Page history last edited by John Codega 5 years, 1 month ago

1/11

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1/07

  • Welcome back!
  • There is a great deal to get done
    • If you are 3D printing then I need a usable file TODAY.  If not then I'll start giving 0s in the grade book.  We can't wait any longer and you can't keep making excuses.  Likewise, shop people -- if you are not making tangible progress then you're going to start seeing 0s in the grade book.  
  • Next class I will have due dates for everything -- they will be firm deadlines!

 

 

12/13

  • Unless you are actively 3D printing -- so like 1 or 2 of you everyone is off to the workshop this morning!
  • I hope you have the following:
    • Reviewed all of the safety info
    • Have a printed copy of your manufacturing plan 
    • Have all of the stuff you need to get started today! 

 

12/11

  • Welcome Dr. Tarr from USC!
  • We will not head to the workshop today -- Thursday it's on!
    • You'll need to consider the following:
      • Review basic workshop safety
      • Print out your production plan (in fact, you may want to review and revise it today to look for steps you may have forgotten).
        • This way you can add information to it as you work through the production of the prototype (Codega intentionally didn't really address this with you while conferencing about Part C) 
      • Before you start making your prototype, ask yourself "Is there enough design here?".
        • This is a chance to maybe do some more research
        • Think about what you can add to increase visual/design interest
        • Any changes made should be reflected in your OnShape designs (yup, you'll have to update what you did!) 
    • 3D Printers -- you have a bunch of work to do in order to get those files ready to print so get to it! 

HOMEWORK

  • Come prepared to work in the shop! 
  • Have STL files prepped and ready to print. 

 

12/5 & 12/7

  • Since the play is going on in the theater this week we are going to avoid going to the shop.  This DOES NOT MEAN that we are going to just hang out.  You can:
    • Prepare 3D printing files and get them on Codega's mini SD card or desktop computer to be printed later today/tomorrow.
    • Measure all of your cuts/parts.  Be sure to keep track of how long it takes to layout your measurements -- this should be in your Part C
    • Once this is done take an inventory of what you forgot (chances are there is something) and add it to your Part C
    • Go back and revise you Parts A, B, C -- Codega will try to conference with each of you individually on Friday!

HOMEWORK

  • You're IB kids -- you should have plenty of work to do... 

 

12/3

 

11/29

  • If you still owe technical drawings via OnShape now is the time to show Codega for partial credit.
  • Take the remainder of the class to make sure that your Part is is organized in a way that makes sense (check the rubric and the checklist below for the order and what goes in each part)
  • Remember, Part C is 9 pages -- you shouldn't have any less than 7.5 if you are doing it right.... 

HOMEWORK 

  • PART C and ALL MATERIALS ORDERED BY 12/3 -- NO EXCUSES!!!! 

 

 

11/27

  • IA OnShape check
  • Let's go through a few IAs
  • Time to review all the parts that are due with C
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  • Continue to work on C (not your Math IA, not your EE -- looking at you Chapman)

HOMEWORK 

  • PART C and ALL MATERIALS ORDERED BY 12/3 -- NO EXCUSES!!!! 

 

11/20

  • Check the work you should have completed:
    • Intro to sketching
    • Part Design Using Part Studios  
    • Multipart Studios
    • Onshape Assemblies
    • Detailed Drawings 
  • If you didn't get this stuff done you need to complete the following:
    • All of the exercises for 1/2 credit
    • Create your IA design with dimensions (this will go directly into the IA)
    • Create a DETAILED DRAWING of your IA (this will go directly into the IA)
  • This is going to take a while so buckle up buttercup -- it's going to be a long Thanksgiving for some of you... 

HOMEWORK

  • All of the exercises for 1/2 credit
  • Create your IA design with dimensions (this will go directly into the IA)
  • Create a DETAILED DRAWING of your IA (this will go directly into the IA)
  • PART C and ALL MATERIALS ORDERED BY 11/30 

 

 

11/14 & 11/16

HOMEWORK

  • In the LEARNING CENTER complete the SELF PACED COURSE TOPICS:
    • Intro to sketching
    • Part Design Using Part Studios 
  • I'll check it for a grade next class (i.e % done)
  • Codega isn't here next class but will check the following on TUESDAY
    • Multipart Studios
    • Onshape Assemblies
    • Detailed Drawings 

 

 

11/12

 

11/8

  • Due to some internet filter issues we are going to Skip Part 3 (we'll come back to it later...)
  • For Monday you owe me:
    • Part C Section 4 -- Plan for Manufacturing

  • At least a shot at a plan for manufacturing
    1. Try to think through the steps you will need actually make your prototype -- a bulleted list is ok
    2. Rough time you think each part will take -- you can revise this later as you go.  For Monday a bulleted list is fine and we will go over how to make a Gantt Chart next class.
    3. For each  step (see #1) try to think about what safety measures you need take.  Think gloves, eye protection, well ventilated areas, etc.  EACH STEP NEEDS A RISK ASSESSMENT!
    4. Create a CUT LIST
      1. All parts of you design:
        1. For example -- 2: 3ft x 5ft white pine panels 

 



SHOULD HAVE DONE THIS BUT DIDN'T -- THANKS RCSD1



11/5

HOMEWORK

  • This will be check for a grade on THURSDAY! 

 

11/1

  • Quick completion check of MATERIALS AND COMPONENT CHART
    • Remember, this is not a feedback opportunity or actual marking -- its a 100 or 0 type thing to make sure you completed the assigned work... 
  • Now start to work on PART C MANUFACTURING TECHNIQUES:
    • This will be checked for a grade THURSDAY of next week for a grade (see above)
    • No late work/half done/half hind-parted will be accepted -- 100 or 0
  • Manufacturing Techniques Resources (it has to be 2 pages) -- THIS IS JUST FOR YOUR PROTOTYPE, NOT COMMERCIAL MANUFACTURING!

 

10/30

  • More Part C
  • We are going to divide Part C into different parts with all of it being due the Mon/Tuesday before Thanksgiving          ;
    • For THURSDAY:
      • Materials and Component Chart 

 

10/26

  • PART C
  • Today you at least need to start investigating materials and manufacturing techniques
    • Ask Codega about what we have available 
    • ACF can buy tools that you need but materials are your responsibility! 
    • Only use materials / techniques that are FEASIBLE!
  • Here is the checklist from the information:

 

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