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1 PLANNING CHECK LIST: have you got:
Tick Box an introduction to the section - planning- design cycle and the TOPICS covered.(Yr 12) an introduction , background info into the area of your study. Why you have chosen it. a mind map showing in detail potential problem areas in need of design solutions photographic evidence of some of these problematic areas (4-6 areas) fully annotated photos , enlarged areas highlighting the problems a chosen area to focus on giving full details of why you have chosen it more photos showing details -close up areas focussing on the main problem a survey that will give evidence that this is a real problem – (consolidate your theory) some pictures of existing products to show that there is nothing on the market already a full, detailed conclusion to sum up all your investigation (reason for design need) a detailed & justified design brief, making reference to your investigation to include: the goal , prototype or model, environment, DFM, target market , be specific, who will be testing it?? major constraints - comply with new legislation, fewer parts, cost effective - DFM a design brief analysis – mind map, DFM a detailed and fully justified specification that evidences back to the brief & investigation meaningful spec so that the design can be evaluated and final product assessed a summary of this section explaining the important things needing to be researched & developed a PDS REMEMBER AS THE DESIGNER YOU ARE SHOWING EVIDENCE THAT THERE IS A DESIGN NEED

2 RESEARCH CHECK LIST: have you / got:
Tick Box an introduction, explaining how you intend to proceed, refer to your planning conclusion a detailed research PLAN , does it identify primary, secondary, qualitative & quantitative used the findings from your ‘planning’ to produce your research PLAN – relevant to brief! explained the strategies that you will use and the importance of each a gannt chart planning your time shown how you are prioritising the research – colour coding maybe! planned enough areas to research - completely satisfying the brief relevant data, does it actually help you design the product surveys/questionnaire – quantitative data and qualitative data expert advice, existing product analysis (not description), environmental issues,fabrication, materials, production volume and methods, disassembly, primary and secondary data graphs, photos, tables, drawings to explain your data, is it well annotated (labelled) clear interpretation of all the data explaining how useful it is to your designing an introduction to each page explaining what you intend to do and why a conclusion explaining what you learnt and how you will use it a clear interpretation of all your data a full conclusion outlining everything you have learnt and how it helps – its usefulness made clear the areas of research that were not useful or unreliable REMEMBER YOU MUST LEARN FROM YOUR RESEARCH SO THAT YOU MAKE A GOOD, SOLID FOUNDATION TO DESIGN AGAINST AND EVALUATE THE FINAL SOLUTION AGAINST

Tick Box a minimum of SIX innovative ideas detailed annotation communicating your ideas fully a chosen design idea with justified reason why it was chosen a detailed isometric drawing of your final design a CAD / pro-desktop model of your final design an orthographic drawing of your final design an exploded drawing with a PARTS LIST a model / experiments / testing aspects of your design photographs of ALL the testing with written analysis of results a modified design showing and outlining all the changes a CAD or physical model of the modified design solution a FINAL orthographic drawing (BSI dimensioning) show the tolerances (see below) an exploded drawing with a final PARTS LIST (must include fixtures and fittings) A RISK ASSESSMENT (see below) a GANNT chart showing how you plan to use your time during manufacture a FLOW CHART showing your PLAN of making (must include quality checks) a QUALITY CONTROL PROGRAM ( see below) REMEMBER YOUR DRAWINGS SHOULD BE DETAILED ENOUGH FOR MANUFACTURE TO TAKE PLACE

4 ± Quality Control Procedure Stage
The role of ‘quality control’ is to measure, record and maintain the standards of production. Customers expect the highest quality product and manufacturers plan to achieve these high standards. Quality Control Procedure Stage An example of a Simple chart outlining the Quality control stages in your Flow Chart Stage Stage Stage An example of a Quality control Block Diagram Dimensions, properties, or conditions may vary within certain practical limits without significantly affecting functioning of equipment or a process. Tolerances are specified to allow reasonable leeway for imperfections and inherent variability without compromising performance. Tolerances (plus or minus a figure)

5 Risk assessment is a step in a risk management procedure
Risk assessment is a step in a risk management procedure. Risk assessment is the determination of quantitative or qualitative value of risk related to a concrete situation and a recognized threat (also called hazard). RISK ASSESSMENT High Medium Low Preventative Action Risk WHAT PREVENTATIVE MEASURES WILL YOU PUT IN PLACE TO MINIMISE THE RISK WRITE HERE THE RISK WHAT LEVEL OF RISK IS IT An example of a risk rating matrix used in industry

6 EVALUATION CHECK LIST: have you got :
Tick Box an introduction outlining what you are going to do and why a detailed statement giving a critical analysis of the overall project evidence of testing against each specification – annotated photos where necessary a detailed conclusion of the results showing the outcome against the PDS a detailed evaluation of each stage of the manufacturing process – strategies, resources - show the procedures and annotate a detailed evaluation of the time plan at each stage -show the time plan and annotate detailed information outlining the weaknesses and their significance a plan on how you intend to test your product against the brief & specifications, use the above results to plan this – strengths / weaknesses testing against the user – survey, questionnaire, testing with quantitative data – relevant facts figures with results in graph / chart form (test of strength, stability, equipment) a full and detailed analysis and conclusion to your testing (realistic and relevant) a detailed and realistic conclusion recommending improvements that can be made to the procedure this must be a solution to the weaknesses that you have already identified used annotated photos and drawings to explain how realistic improvements or further developments can be made to the final product (already identified in evaluation of spec) a detailed statement outlining how modifications can be made to the final product so that scaling up for production can take place (produced in volume) a detailed explanation outlining how your product could be developed into a family of products (a range of products that have your design thumb print) use pictures here a modified specification with all the changes that you have identified in all of the above a final drawing showing the changes with annotations to conclude these changes THE END!!!! REMEMBER YOU ARE TESTING YOUR PRODUCT IN ITS REAL SURROUNDINGS AGAINST WHAT IT IS PREDICTED TO DO / HOLD

Tick Box a detailed Plan of Production (PoP) – flow chart – includes QC & QA a detailed material/parts list a risk assessment a detailed time plan showing each stage in the plan of production a detailed chart showing Quality Control (QC) measures as highlighted in the PoP evidence that your plan has been followed methodically during manufacture a revised PoP showing problems , fresh ideas or feedback that arose during manufacture evidence that you have adhered to the procedures and worked independently a Dairy of Manufacture – photographic evidence of making according to your PoP – photographs showing skilful use of materials & equipment – show each stage of how health and safety has been considered evidence of mastering a wide range of manufacturing techniques and equipment photos of the finished product all views & enlarged areas showing skilful manufacturing evidence that you have made alternative decisions due to resource restrictions evidence that have used a variety of techniques with materials and components enough manufacturing techniques so that a detailed evaluation can take place REMEMBER YOUR FINAL PRODUCT MUST RESEMBLE THE ACTUAL PRODUCT, IT HAS TO BE EVALUATED AND TESTED AGAINST THE TARGET MARKET SO MUST BE REALISTIC

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