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Design and Manufacture
PEN HOLDER
Task 3
GUIDE BOOKLET
N4/N5
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Task 3: Overview Sheet
Activity (These are the Activities you must complete)
• 1) Initial Ideas Sheet Pg.10
2)Detail Drawings Sheets Pg.14
• 3) Model and Evaluation Pg.18
• 4) Method of Manufacture Pg. 21
• 5) Make your Prototype Pg. 24
• 6) Final Evaluation Pg.25
(T3A1D(1).5,6(2)1)
(T3A2D(2)1,2)
(T3A3D(2)1,2)
(T3A4D(2)3,4)
(T3A5MM(1)2,3,4,5(2)1,2,3,4(3)2,3,4,5)
(T3A6MM(4)1,2)
ACTIVITY SHEETS HAVE A GREEN BACKGROUND
All other sheets in this booklet are for your help and guidance
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SITUATION
• It is often the case that desks become
cluttered with many pens.
• This makes the desk untidy and difficult to
work on especially if you are a ‘Product
Designer’ and you use felt pens of all different
shapes and sizes.
• It would be better if pens could be found
easily and do not lay under the design work.
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BRIEF
• I will design and make a ‘Pen Holder’. The
product will be eye catching and appeal to all
ages.
• The product will be made mainly from metal.
• The product will be able to hold multiple pens
of different shapes and sizes.
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SPECIFICATION
Function/Performance
• Must hold many pens
• Must hold pens of different shapes and sizes
• The pens must be easily placed and removed from the product
Materials
• Must be made mostly from METAL
• Must be made of at least two parts joined mechanically
• Must be recyclable
• Must be inexpensive
Aesthetics
• Must be good to look at
• Materials to be used must add quality and decoration
Production Processes/Manufacturing
• Must be made accurately and be well finished
• Must be made using the correct metal working techniques
Safety
• Must be safe for all especially young children
• Must be robust (should not fall apart or have small fiddly bits)
• Must be stable when full of pens
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IMAGE BOARD
AESTHETICS
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IMAGE BOARD
AESTHETICS
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MATERIALS
Example Page
INFORMATION SHEET
on METALS
This Information can be found
By following the link below. You will have to scroll
through the document but there is an index.
This document is very useful for the whole of the
Design and Manufacture course.
(Will only work in School – however it is available on
the Technical Wiki site)
Link below if the above does not work.
P:\Coursework\ReadOnly\SENIORS\Technicial\Higher
Product Design\Unit 3
Also look at the book:
Success Guide-’Craft and Design’
Metals Pg.30.
Metal Turning Pg.55
Drilling Metal Pg.62
Cutting Metal Pg.63
Joining Metals Pg.70
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Metal Methods of
Manufacture/Processes
• Below is one shortcut to read!
• Shortcut 1 is about different metals and their
uses.
Also look on the Internet at:
Website: http://wwwfocuselearning.co.uk
Username: [email protected]
Password: hjopfveqr
This will be a very
useful website
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Function/Performance: Metals and
Fixings
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Activity 1 Design Outcome
This is the
(T3A1D(1)5,6(2)1)
First activity for this you need to produce:
– a range of ideas for the ‘Pen Holder’
ALSO
– You must consider what components will be required
– You can produce your ideas on more than one sheet
SHOW ON THE LAST INITIAL IDEAS SHEET YOUR ‘FINAL
IDEA’
IMPORTANT
The ‘Pen Holder’ must be made of no less than two parts (one
must be made in metal) and include some form of
jointing used in metal work.
The sheet following gives some examples of an Initial Ideas Sheet (not for the ‘Pen Holder’!)
Also look at the book:
Success Guide – Craft and Design ‘Image Boards and Initial Ideas’ Pages 18-19
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Initial Ideas Sheets
Shapes quickly drawn and
colour rendered with
annotation
Shapes quickly drawn with
no annotation and no
colour
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What is Annotation
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Activity 2
(T3A2D(2)1,2)
• This is the Second activity for this product.
• In this activity you must:
– Illustrate your sketches to show design details, including how the ‘pen
holder’ will be assembled (put together)
– Think about the information that has to be communicated and the
best way to show it (annotate your drawings)
IMPORTANT
This task will require you to communicate information on the materials
that you are using such as sizes, properties, cost, manufacturing colours
and anything else you think is relevant.
‘You may have to use more than one sheet’
Success Guide – ‘Craft and Design’ Developing Ideas pages 20-21
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Manufacturing: Drawings Showing
Products and their Parts
Garden
Insect
Repellant
device
Roof
Assembly
Parts of a Shoe and how they fit together
Exploded Isometric Assembly
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Manufacturing: FINAL IDEA DETAIL
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WORKING DRAWING
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Activity 3
(T3A3D(2)1,2)
• This is the Third activity. In this activity you will:
– Create a model to support your design thinking and
decisions
– Think about what materials are best suited to manufacture
the model so that it will closely resemble your design
– Write an Evaluation of the model to say how well the
model works (see sheet after Model Making)
In this activity make your model full size,
remember you are trying to evaluate your design
by modelling a physical representation of it.
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MODEL MAKING
http://www.technologystudent.com/prddes1/model1.html
TO MAKE A MODEL YOU CAN USE ALL SORTS OF MATERIALS. THE MATERIALS CHOSEN SHOULD BE SIMILAR
TO THE PROPERTIES OF THE MATERIAL YOU WILL MAKE THE PROTOTYPE FROM. THE DIMENSIONS OF THE
MODEL SHOULD NOT BE ‘MADE TO SCALE’ UNLESS THE FINAL PROTOTYPE IS VERY LARGE. IN THESE
EXAMPLES THE CHAIR IS MADE TO SCALE BUT THE SHAVER IS FULL SIZE.
Chair
Model
Shaver Model
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Activity 4
• This is the
(T3A4(2)3,4)
Fourth activity. In this activity you will:
– Produce manufacturing plans which incorporate requirements
for tools, equipment, materials and fixings, as well as
manufacturing techniques and processes. Using what you
have learnt and thought about while making your model of
the ‘pen holder’ produce a
‘Method of Manufacture’
sheet for the making of the final prototype - look here for
information
– http://www.technologystudent.com/designpro/quality1.htm
– Success Guide – ‘Craft and Design’ Planning for Manufacture
pages 22-23
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Look at: http://www.technologystudent.com/despro_flsh/seqdrw1.html
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Activity 5
This is the
(T3A6MM(1)2,3,4,5(2)1,2,3,4(3)2,3,4,5)
Fifth activity. In this activity you will:
– Manufacture your ‘pen holder’ prototype by:
– Choosing the best metals in terms of aesthetics, workability, practicability,
function and performance
– Using the correct tools for each task
– Making your prototype while referring closely to your working drawing
The link below will help you make decisions.
http://www.technologystudent.com/equip1/equipex1.htm
Success Guide – ‘Craft and Design’ pages 55, 62, 63,
65, 67, 75, 76, 78, 81, 82, 86, 90
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Activity 6
This is the
(T3A5MM(1)(4)1,2)
Sixth activity. In this activity you will:
– Evaluate your ‘pen holder’ prototype by:
– Evaluating your ‘Plan of Manufacture’ outlining suggestions for improvement
in terms of practicalities and efficiency
– Evaluating your ‘pen holder’ prototype in terms of the craftship and finish by
outlining suggestions for improvement
– go to this web page for a way to write an evaluation
http://www.technologystudent.com/designpro/eval1.htm
You will need to produce at least one sheet of work
Success Guide – ‘Craft and Design’ pages 24-26
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