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Product design revision
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A list of requiremnts for a designer to meet
What is a design specification?
Shows all sides with 90 degrees corners and is 30 degrees off of a horizontal line
What is an isometic drawing?
Where nature inspires a designer
What is biomimicry?
What does ferrous metal contain?
Stainless steel and mild steel
Name two ferrous metals?
Aluminium and copper
Name two non ferrous metals
A mixture of metals?
What are alloys?
Wood grown from coniferous trees
What are softwoods?
Pine it's strong and affordable
Name softwood and give two properties?
From deciduous trees
What are hardwoods?
Oak - strong, aesthetically pleasing and good to work with
Name a hardwood and give two properties?
Veneers or wood fibres glued together
What is a man made board?
Plywood - strong, durable
Name a man made board? Give properties
Chip board, parts or wood glued together, cheap.
Name a second man made board? Give properties!
Thermoplastics and thermo setting plastics
What are the two categories of plastics?
Which type of plastic is able to be reshape at high temperatures?
Thermo setting plastics
Which type of plastics CANNNOT be reshape at high temperatures?
They are recyclable
What is a significant ability about thermoplastics?
Polyethylene Terephthalate - lightweight colourless
Name a thermoplastic and its features
Is Polyethylene Terephthalate a thermoplastic or a thermo setting plastic
Where is Polyethylene Terephthalate used?
What percentage of plastics is made from oil?
Change colour in response of intensity of the light
What is significant about photochromic materials?
Change colour depending on water levels
What is significant about hydrochromic materials?
Chang colour depending on temperatures of surroundings
What is significant about thermochromic materials?
Absorb light energy during day and release it in darker environments
What is significant about phosphorescent materials?
Computer aided manufacturer
What does CAM stand for?
Computer aided design
What does CAD stand for?
Rethink- our current lifestyles and the way we design products
Reuse- older products to create new ones
Recycle- take apart used materials to create a new one
Refuse- to buy unsustainable materials
Reduce- the amount of energy and materials used to create a product
Name the 5 r's
iPods, IPads, IPhones and Macs
What does Jonathan Ive design
Simplistic electronically devises designed to ergonomically suit the user!
Name to significant aspects of Jonathon Ive designs
Furniture and ornaments
What does Phillipe starch design?
Abstract and arty, peculiar shape
Describe Philippe starks designs
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