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Studio problem: Cube Problem: Create a 6” solid-sided cube out of white foam core. (The group may ask only 3 questions of the instructor) Detail 1: The cube can be no more/less than 1/16” off, in any dimension (L x W x D) Place your name very neatly in the lower left hand corner of one of the sides in pencil. Objectives: To begin thinking three dimensionally To understand the importance of careful planning, measuring, cutting, gluing, etc. To become proficient at manual skills To consider incorrectly presumed parameters Materials: Material must either 3/16” or 1/4” white foam core Grading Scale: A All Dimensions/Seams/Joints Correct Excellent craft B Two Dimensions Correct Good Craft C One Dimension Correct Average Craft D Did not follow Directions Poor Craftsmanship Due: _________ Studio problem: Cube Problem: Create a 6” solid-sided cube out of white foam core.
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Unformatted text preview: (The group may ask only 3 questions of the instructor) Detail 1: The cube can be no more/less than 1/16 off, in any dimension (L x W x D) Place your name very neatly in the lower left hand corner of one of the sides in pencil. Objectives: To begin thinking three dimensionally To understand the importance of careful planning, measuring, cutting, gluing, etc. To become proficient at manual skills To consider incorrectly presumed parameters Materials: Material must either 3/16 or 1/4 white foam core Grading Scale: A All Dimensions/Seams/Joints Correct Excellent craft B Two Dimensions Correct Good Craft C One Dimension Correct Average Craft D Did not follow Directions Poor Craftsmanship Due: _________...
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2011 for the course A&D 106 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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