Duration: 2-3 classes
Project Challenge: Design a headphone holder that fits the workstation tables and elegantly addresses other issues that you might foresee.
- MS 1B: I can use appropriate tools (ruler, calipers, fillet gauge, dimensional drawings) to accurately capture all features (dimensions, curves, and angles) of a model or design.
- MS 1 Given a CAD tool, I can operate and identify appropriate uses of that tool.
- MS 4A: Given a design problem, I can break that problem into a sequence of smaller sub-problems.
- MS 5: Given a problem, I can use a design process to implement a solution to the problem.
- MS 6: I can apply the design thinking framework to develop and iterate on a design problem.
- MS 8B: I can use drafting tools and techniques to re-create a 3D object through manual or computer-assisted drafting.
Work is submitted/grade is based on:
- Design Journal - beginning to end of project, multi-page document that tells the story of their design process (paper)
- Multi-view drawings (2) - manufacturer-facing, consumer-facing (paper - created in Fusion 360)
- 3D model - created in Fusion 360 (include aesthetic appeal)
- Physical solution - 3D printed or laser cut
- Engagement throughout the design process - document your contribution to the group on a daily basis.
- You should always seeks to minimize the size/material used to manufacture the model.
The design should be printable and should not need supports - this means you should have a design that can be oriented to eliminate overhangs greater than 45º.
It should securely attach to our workstation tables.
No additional hardware needed to affix it to the table.
The holder should be able to hold our Panasonic RP-HT21 headphones (but it’s totally fine if it can accommodate other headphones as well.)
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