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1 Name: ………………………..

2 3D Shapes Sturdy Protective Colourful

3 Theme Signs & Symbols Printing Method Aesthetics Finishes Material British Kite Symbol European Standards Symbol Recyclable Symbol Age symbol Lithography Print Screening Embossing Block Printing External - Cardboard Tin (Aluminium) Internal – Paper foam Corrugated Cardboard Lamination Paint Varnish (metals only) Adhesives PVA Epoxy Resin Acrylic Cement Vibrant Colours Bold Text Simplistic Unique Shape Minimal Writing Window to see product Suggestions – Ocean theme Nature theme

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5 Recreate the cube net below. Be sure to use a RULER and pencil.

6 Recreate the cube net below. Be sure to use a RULER and pencil.

7 Recreate the cube net below. Be sure to use a RULER and pencil.

8 Paper Foam Corrugated Cardboard Good for protecting products during transportation. Recyclable. Arch in the cardboard makes it strong. Easy to shape. 100% Biodegradable and recyclable. Can be moulded around product shape to protect products during transportation.

9 Lamination Makes material more durable. Provides protection against liquids. Material given a shiny surface Paint Range of colours available. Usually done by hand (unless spray paint). Does not offer any protection. Varnish Available in matt or gloss. Available as spray cans. Protect the material below. Use to coat woods and metals. Adhesives

10 Lithography Screen Printing Block Printing Embossing Used to print on paper and card. Low cost method of printing. Provides clear images. Use to print on to a wide variety of materials including fabric, paper, and metal. Little waste of ink. Only allows simple designs. Used to print on paper and card fabrics. Simple method once stamp has been made. Stamps can be intricate or simple. Cutting them can be difficult by hand. Can be used to emphasise : Part of a design. As a surface finish or paper or card. To suggest a quality product.

11 (Also known as – Design Specification) Design Criteria :Reason : 1)Reason 1) 2)Reason 2) 3)Reason 3) Design Criteria : EXAMPLEReason : EXAMPLE The box interior will be made from corrugated card. Because it is recyclable and will protect the perfume from damage. Write 3 Design Criteria points for your Fragrance Packaging:

12 Sketch one Design Idea for your fragrance packaging. Include: -Net shape -Internal Packaging -Printing technique. For this fragrance packaging design for either men or women. In the exam you could be given a different target market. KEYWORD Sketch – A rough drawing. May have feathery lines

13 Draw your Final Design. Ensure you have annotated your design using the information from the previous page. KEYWORDS Draw – The drawing should be very neat with NO feathery lines. Should be detailed. Annotation – Full sentences explaining a design.

14 What material would it be made from? What are the advantages / disadvantages? Answer these questions for your DESIGN ANNOTATION. What would the internal packaging be? How will it protect your product? Advantages / disadvantages? What manufacturing process would you use? Advantages / disadvantages? What printing technique would you use? Advantages / disadvantages? What adhesive would you use? Advantages / disadvantages?

15 Name of equipment – Use – Safety Considerations - Name of equipment – Use – Safety Considerations - Name of equipment – Use – Safety Considerations -

16 Name of process – Use – Safety Considerations - Name of process – Use – Safety Considerations - Name of process – Use – Safety Considerations -

17 Ergonomics Sustainability AnthropometricsRecyclable What does it mean?

18 Quality Control Quality Assurance Just in time productionCAD / CAM What does it mean?

19 One-off Production Batch Production Mass ProductionContinuous Production What does it mean?

20 Symbol Meaning & Example of use:

21 Symbol Meaning & Example of use:

22 Paper/card When working with paper/card materials candidates should: be able to identify common papers such as layout, cartridge, tracing, grid, card, corrugated card, duplex board, solid white board, understand the different properties and uses of such materials both as a media for communication and as a material for manufacturing products such as packaging; understand the availability of common components e.g. to fasten, seal, hang, pour, join, bind, index; understand that many paper based boards are laminated to other materials and that the composition can be adjusted to create different properties for specific purposes e.g. foil-backed for food packaging; understand the stock forms for paper/card materials i.e. size, thickness, weight and colour; have a basic understanding of the source of pulp and the primary processes involved in conversion to workable materials. Cartridge Paper Advantage – Use - Cartridge Paper Advantage – Use - Layout Paper Advantage – Use - Layout Paper Advantage – Use - Tracing Paper Advantage – Use - Tracing Paper Advantage – Use - Solid White Board Advantage – Use - Solid White Board Advantage – Use - Corrugated Cardboard Advantage – Use - Corrugated Cardboard Advantage – Use - Foam Core Board Advantage – Use - Foam Core Board Advantage – Use -

23 Timber based materials When working with timber based materials candidates should: be able to identify common timbers such as pine, mahogany, teak, ash, beech used in the manufacture of products be able to identify common manufactured boards i.e. MDF, plywood, chipboard, blockboard, hardboard; understand the different properties and uses of such materials within commercial products; understand that many timber-based materials are manufactured therefore the composition can be adjusted to create different properties for specific purposes; understand the stock forms for timber based materials i.e. rough sawn, PSE, sheet sizes and mouldings; have a basic understanding of the source of timber and the primary processes involved in conversion to workable materials. Mahogany Advantage – Use - Mahogany Advantage – Use - Pine Advantage – Use - Pine Advantage – Use - Teak Advantage – Use - Teak Advantage – Use - Ash Advantage – Use - Ash Advantage – Use - Beech Advantage – Use - Beech Advantage – Use - MDF Advantage – Use - MDF Advantage – Use - Plywood Advantage – Use - Plywood Advantage – Use - Chipboard Advantage – Use - Chipboard Advantage – Use - Block board Advantage – Use - Block board Advantage – Use - Hard board Advantage – Use - Hard board Advantage – Use -

24 Moral Social Ethical Sustainability Write a list of issues -

25 Alberto Alessi Laszlo and George Biro Ferdinand Porsche Marcel Breuer Philippe Starke Volkswagen Beetle Play Lounge Chair Juicy Salif Lemon Squeezer Wassily Chair Biro Pen TASK - Join up the designers, product images and product names.

26 Certain words and phrases are used in the Examination – You must understand what they mean and be able to apply this knowledge when answering Examination questions. Annotate - Add brief notes/reasons, to explain ideas, to an illustration – Remember that you must be critical/analytical in order to access the top range of marks. Calculate - Implies that a numerical answer is needed. Complete - Enter an answer in the space provided. Describe - State in words the important points of the topic. Dimension - Add measurements to a drawing Draw - Use a straight edge, pencil, fine-liner (Set square etc) to help produce a Drawing e.g. Orthographic. Explain - Write an explanation of a topic / point that includes justification of the answer i.e. Why / How / Because etc.

27 Discuss - Develop/debate an argument to justify your answer/point of view etc. Evaluate - Assess/appraise once work against a criteria etc. Free Hand - Using a pencil, fine liner and your hand to produce an illustration or sketch without the use of rulers and drawing instruments etc. Give a reason - How / Why – a reason which applies knowledge of this subject e.g. Expanded Polystyrene is used for packaging because ….. Sketch - Informal freehand drawings to illustrate an idea / design or point, without the use of rulers and drawing instruments. Label - Identify parts of a product / drawing etc. e.g. leader lines, key etc.

28 Materials What will you make the product from and WHY? EG. The product would be made from MDF because it is low cost, easy to shape and can be used with a variety of finishes. Always include the following when annotating in an exam question : Safety What are the health and safety issues of this product? How would you prevent them and protect the user? EG. This product may have small parts I need to ensure this is mentioned on the packaging and provide an age limit for the product. Finishes What finish will you use to decorate the product and WHY? EG. I will use varnish to finish the product because it will provide a gloss finish and protect the product from liquids. Manufacture How would the product be made and WHY is this method the best choice? EG.I would make this product using CAM. I would use the laser cutter to cut the pieces because it is very precise and all the parts will be identical. Target Market How does the product appeal to the target market? How do you know this? EG. This design would appeal to children as it has many functions and it is brightly coloured. Joining How would the components be joined together and WHY? Would you use a type of joint / adhesive / or another method? EG. I would join the pieces together using PVA glue and leave them to dry in a vice for added strength.


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