Advanced Design Applications Daily Lessons

October 2017
Date Warm-up Class Activities Objectives. SWBAT:
17 What is a disadvantage of particleboard?
  1. Create example joints out of foam as assigned.
  2. Write up a reflection about your computer bracket in sentence form answering these questions:
    • What is your computer holder made of?
    • What is good about it?
    • Why should we select your design?
    • Describe at least 5 steps needed to make your holder. (measure, cut, drill holes, put pieces together. BE SPECIFIC)
    • How much will it cost to make 27 of your holders?
  3. Hand in a printout of your holder the way it looks under the desk with the computer on it, the closeup showing the parts, the cost and your reflection. Staple together.
  • Create models of joints.
  • Hand in project packet
16 What kind of tree are pine and fir trees?
  1. How is particleboard made?
  2. Why is NAF important?
  3. Advantages and disadvantages of particleboard, compared to wood.
  4. Calculate the cost of your bracket. Type it onto a Word document with a screenshot of your detail view and listing of parts.
  • Describe how particleboard is made
  • Desribe detrimental effects of formaldehyde
  • Calculate cost of materials
13 What is a disadvantage of building with wood?
  1. Create a model in Tinkercad that shows your computer holder in detail (without the computer), assuming it is made of wood, including the joints you would use. DO NOT USE SIMPLE BUTT JOINTS. No nails/screws should be showing. Include dimensions.
  2. On paper, draw the individual parts and the size of each. Write down all of the fasteners and other materials needed.
  • Create a detail model that includes joints.
  • Sketch individual parts needed to build a project.
12 What is an advantage of building with wood?
  1. Look at how pocket, miter and butt joints are made
  2. Learn about different ways to join parts. Fill out the notes.
  3. Sketch or 3D model the separate parts of your computer support, describe how the parts will fit together and give the measurements.
  • Draw and identify different kinds of joints.
  • Describe advatages of different ways to join.
  • Design joined parts for a holder
11 What is steel made from?
  1. Sketch 2 different ways to support a computer under the desk.
    Circle the best one and explain why it is the best. What materials would you use and why?
  2. Create the best plan in Tinkercad and print it out with your name on it.
  • Continue the design process to recommend a plan to support computers under desks.
10 What is 37.8 times 10?
  1. Consider different building materials (presentation and worksheet). What are practical choices for our computer holders?
  2. Find the difference between concrete, cement and mortar.
  3. Look at some of the new large scale construction advances.
  4. Investigate construction in VR
  • Describe properties of different building materials.
  • Experience construction in VR
6 What is 1/10 of 37.8?
  1. how do you communicate design?
    3d models
    computer 3d models
  2. Build a cardstock model of a single desk and computer to 1/10 scale. Put your name on both and put them in the class box.
  3. Sketch on paper, then model in Tinkercad an original idea for a holder to support computers under the desk but above the floor. Describe what it would be made of. What else could be stored there?
  4. Look at how VR can show a house before construction is finished, and an existing house can be scanned and then remodeled.
  • Measure and create a 1/10 model.
  • Design a solution to a problem.
  • consider how VR and 3d scanning might change design
5 How many sides are on a 3D cube?
4 List 3 materials you can 3D print with.
3 What is a challenge of putting imported 3D models together?
  1. Look at how a 3d printer works.
  2. What is the future of 3D printing? NASA, 24 hour house, 17 incredible 3d printed objects.
  3. Scavenger hunt for 3d printed objects: find something biomedical, another house, another car, 3D printed food, toy, clothing, and something that is coming in the future. Copy a picture and URL and add a description in OneNote::Unit 2:: 3D future.
  • Describe current advances in 3D printing
2 What's the difference between import and export?
  1. Review the exported 3D models in the OneNote collaboration space.
  2. Import at least 5 different parts from the OneNote collaboration space into Tinkercad and arrange them into part of the classroom.
  3. Write down a reflection on your experience in OneNote :: Unit 2:: TinkerCad import experience.
  • Import and arrange STL files.
  • Work around varying scales.
September 2017
Date Warm-up Class Activities Objectives. SWBAT:
29 What does this tool do in Tinkercad?
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  1. Design a detailed computer mouse to scale with a scroll wheel and buttons in Tinkercad.
  2. Export your chair, computer, mouse, and desk as STL files.
  3. Rename the files YourNameChair, YourNameComputer, YourNameDesk, YourNameMouse.
  4. Drag the files onto the collaborative 3D design pagein OneNote
  • Export STL files to use for larger projects
28 Sketch a front view of a chair.
  1. Finish chair models.
  2. Use the rubric to add details to the project of your choice: house, chair, classroom, computer, or your own idea.
  • Use adaptable settings in 3D design
27 What does a classroom chair look like from a top view?
  1. In a separate Tinkercad project create an exact model of a classroom chair to scale with all the details.
  • Builde a complex shape to scale.
26 According to the syllabus, how much is an asssignment worth if it is one day late?
  1. Review floorplans, chair drawings and classroom floor plans.
  2. Develop a model of a classroom table TO SCALE with 3 computers and 3 chairs in Tinkercad
  • Build a scale 3D model of multiple objects
25 According to the syllabus, how much of the grade is based on product?
  1. Draw floorplans to different scales as directed on the paper.
  2. On the back draw a clssroom chair 1' = 1" scale as seen from the side.
  3. On the same paper, draw a top view of the classroom (floor plan) showing all of the computers, doors and furniture. (chairs, desks and cabinets)
  • Draw to varying scales
  • Draw a side view to scale
  • Draw a top view floor plan
22 How do you build an exact size 3D model in TinkerCad?
  1. Bring back a signed syllabus
  2. Add a porch, steps, chimney,   garage and at least 3 features of your own to you house in Tinkercad. Paste a screenshot in Unit 2 Construction.
  • Create original features in 3D

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21 Which is bigger an inch or a centimeter?
  1. Redraw the house floor plans to half size and double size on paper, label rooms .
  2. Follow project directions to make a house in Tinkercad.
  • Draw half size
  • Draw double size
  • Design a 3D house.
20 How many quarter inches in an inch?
  1. Measure in centimeters and fix any errors on measuring sheet for half inches. Convert computer, monitor and keyboard measurements to centimeters.
  2. Learn how to build the right sizes in Tinkercad with the ruler.
  3. Create a computer, keyboard and monitor in Tinkercad to scale. Put a screenshot showing dimensions in Unit 2 Construction in OneNote.
  • Measure in centimeters.
  • Convert inches to centimeters.
  • Create models to scale
19 What are the 3 dimensions?
  1. Practice measuring to the quarter inch.
  2. Draw accurate shapes to the quarter inch.
  3. Add the code 5ZZF0DVH to your Tinkercad account.
  4. Do the Basic Tinkercad lessons: moves, camera, holes, scale, key ring and die. Add screenshots to OneNote Unit 1 Technology of your key ring and an original variation of the die.
  • Measure precisely to the quarter inch
  • Draw precisely to the nearest quarter
  • Join the class in TinkerCad
  • Manipulate 3D in TinkerCad.
18 How can you earn warm-up points for a day you were absent?
  1. Measurement is important to design and construction. Practice measuring to the nearest half inch.
  2. Rounding up. Measure and round up to the nearest half inch.
    1. side 1
    2. side 2
  3. Measure the computer, monitor, and keyboard at the maximum length, width and height of each. Round UP to the nearest half inch. Write them down with a 3D sketch of each object.
  4. Learn how to move, resize, group and change things in TinkerCad 3D
  • Measure precisely to the half inch
  • Round up to the nearest half.
  • Draw precisely
  • Create an account in TinkerCad
  • Create 3D in TinkerCad.
14 How is VR different from AR?
  1. WiTricity, Power without wires TED talk. using resonant magnetic fields.
  2. Choose a character and animation in Mixamo. (make an account with your school ID and password) Download it to your H: drive for when we have the 3D software installed.
  3. Use the design process to invent a VR game.with a focus on the Brainstorming and Planning stage.
  • Describe different ways to power devices
  • Create an animated 3d character
  • Use the design process for game development.
13 What is Augmented Reality?
  1. The new iPhones will be able to do AR with the ARkit.
  2. Find an interesting way that AR will be used from Lifewire and Sportvision. Find a photo of AR with an example and paste it onto your Onenote page on technology vocabulary.
  3. Find an example of a product that does AI, VR and haptic responses. Add a picture and description of each to your Onenote page on technology vocabulary.
  4. Find out how facial recognition works. Add a description and picture to your new technology page.
  • Locate photos of AR applications
  • Add photos to OneNote
  • Illustrate cutting edge technologies.
  • Describe cutting edge technology products.
12 Are new things invented every year?
  1. Look at futuristic ideas currently under development.
  2. Define these terms in new technology. AI, AR, VR, haptic, in Onenote.
  3. Create a colorful poster with at least 4 pictures showing the most interesting new technology of 2017. Label the technology illustrations.
  • Define 2017 technology terms
  • Create a poster highlighting new technology advances.
11 What comes after build/design/test in the design process?
  1. Review requirements for sketches and written work.
  2. What was the flaw in the design of the twin towers that caused them to collapse on 9/11/2001
  3. Research: What is new in technology? Write up 2 recent innovations in the OneNote notebook.
  • Describe recent innovaations in technology
8 What is the difference between criteria and constraint?
  1. Use a build/test/redesign process to improve the strength of a span.
  • Focus on the build/test/redesign phase of the design process
7 List 3 steps in the design process
  1. The criteria have changed. Modify your bridge so it will hold a box in the middle. You can use double the supplies. (20 papers and 6' of tape)
  2. Document how you tested and improved your bridge. Be sure you have written down:
    • the steps in the design process.
    • the criteria and constraints (including changes)
    • sketch of your first brainstorming idea
    • sketch of your first actual design.
    • sketch of modification brainstorming
    • sketch of final actual design
  • Document and execute steps in the design process
6 List the 2 class rules
  1. Write your first name on your name tent in large print. (Use the name you want to be called: first name or nick name)
  2. Write and decorate your first name on your folder
  3. On the back on yesterday's notes:
    • copy down the steps in the design process.
    • Copy the criteria and constraints for today's design challenge.
  4. Use the design process, in teams, to create a newspaper bridge using a max of 10 papers and 3' of tape that crosses an aisle without dipping below the table line at any point.
    • Sketch a brainstorming idea
    • Sketch your final design.
  • Outline the steps in the design process
  • Document your design process to build a temporary bridge in teams.
5 List 3 things that have good design
  1. Fill out index card with your schedule
  2. Introduction to class presentation
    Save notes for tomorrow.
  3. What is ADA about?
  • Describe basic class structure and rules
  • Describe basic classroom procedures