DP TAMA 2013FA Week 05

Student Presentation

W5 Risa

Review of W04 Assignment

Assignment 2.1

  1. Create cardboard stack model from Assignment 2.0 model.
  2. Bring the model to next class.
  3. Take 2+ photos of the model and upload images to your page.

Let’s create a fruit bowl

A tutorial on how to make a fruit bowl with Boolean Difference command

Eggcrate model

Lecture

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  1. Create following Layers
    1. Form
    2. X
    3. Y
    4. Final Cut
    5. Intersection
  2. Scale your model to make your longest edge 12″
  3. On X layer, draw a line in X direction that cut across the model.  Offset the line by 1″ until the grid covers all.  Do the same for Y direction as well.
  4. Make “X” layer active.  Project X grid to the form.  Run “PlanarSrf” command to convert the crv into Surface (fins).  Hide all the construction crvs by running “SelCrv” and “Hide” commands.
  5. Make “Y” layer active.  Project Y grid to the form.Run “PlanarSrf” command to convert the crv into Surface (fins).  Hide all the construction crvs by running “SelCrv” and “Hide” commands.
  6. On “Form” layer, draw a middle line.
  7. Make “X” layer active.  Create 1/16″x20″x20″ box (Notch object).  Grab middle point of the box, and copy to every intersection.  Do the same for “Y”.
  8. Only show “X” Layer.  Run “Split ” command.
    1. Object to split = fins
    2. Cutting object = notches
  9. Delete notch, and gutter.  Repeat 8-9 for “Y” layer.

Creating Egg-Crate Model 3 (Laser File)

  1. Select a section and run “make 2D” command / current view.
  2. Label each with easily identifiable code.
  3. Create a Bounding box of 32×18″.
  4. Layout your sections inside of bounding box.
  5. Export to Illustrator with 1:1 scale.

Model Spec

  • Use Canford Cardstock paper
  • Canford Paper

Assignment 5.0

  • Make Plate prototype model and bring it to class.
  • Photograph images of the model and upload them to the site.

Next Week’s Student Presentation

W6 Heami

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