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M11 - 1 Tech 106:Building AMTs: From Digital to Physical Models Click to edit Master subtitle style Tech106 Spatial Thinking and Communicating Fall 2010 - Week 11 Building AMTs: From Digital to Physical Models and Midterm Postmortem
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M11 - 2 Tech 106:Building AMTs: From Digital to Physical Models M10 - 2 Course Outline by Week 1. The Nature of Spatial Thinking 2. Space, Objects and Operations 3. Sketching 4. Multiview Projections 5. Midterm 6. Auxillary Views, Cross-Sections Dimensioning 7. Pictorial Projections 8. Project: Representing Ideas in Sketches 9. Project: Parts and Whole 10. Project: Parts & whole: part 2 1. Project: Digital to Physical 2. Project: Presentation Prep 3. Presentations, Awards, Exam Prep
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M11 - 3 Tech 106:Building AMTs: From Digital to Physical Models M10 - 3 Chairs Let’s review drawing. Sketch a picture of a chair What makes a chair a chair? Intended purpose -> functionality http://www.ecodesignz.com/Merchant2/graphics / 00000001/ED_02SideChair_F.jpg http://www.portfoliocenter.com/_images/ content/wall/2005/2/365/ChairSMALL.jp g http://www.makezine.com/blog/archive / 2006/07/shopping_cart_chair.html
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M11 - 4 Tech 106:Building AMTs: From Digital to Physical Models M10 - 4 Objectives For This Week Move from a digital model to a physical object Investigate the simplifications of a model Discover ways of creating physical AMTs Discuss the midterm results
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M11 - 5 Tech 106:Building AMTs: From Digital to Physical Models M10 - 5 Functional versus Design Specification Functional Specs = WHAT Example ° Rigid external case (for the mechanical box) Design Specs = HOW Possible Materials: Sheet steel Plexiglass WHY Readily available 1 Readily available Inexpensive 1 Easy to make Temp. resistant 1 Non-conductive Hides components 1 Shows components
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M11 - 6 Tech 106:Building AMTs: From Digital to Physical Models M10 - 6 Exercise Working in pairs, list the functions for an all-in-one eating implement to be used by a person who only has the use of one hand.
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M11 - 7 Tech 106:Building AMTs: From Digital to Physical Models M10 - 7 Project So Far 1.
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