miércoles, 13 de junio de 2018
domingo, 6 de mayo de 2018
- The engineering design process is a series of steps that engineers follow to come up with a solution to a problem. Many times the solution involves designing a product (like a machine or computer code) that meets certain criteria and/or accomplishes a certain task.
- This process is different from the Steps of the Scientific Method, which you may be more familiar with. If your project involves making observations and doing experiments, you should probably follow the Scientific Method. If your project involves designing, building, and testing something, you should probably follow the Engineering Design Process. If you still are not sure which process to follow, you should read Comparing the Engineering Design Process and the Scientific Method.
- The steps of the engineering design process are to:
- Define the Problem
- Do Background Research
- Specify Requirements
- Brainstorm Solutions
- Choose the Best Solution
- Do Development Work
- Build a Prototype
- Test and Redesign
- Engineers do not always follow the engineering design process steps in order, one after another. It is very common to design something, test it, find a problem, and then go back to an earlier step to make a modification or change to your design. This way of working is called iteration, and it is likely that your process will do the same!
jueves, 26 de abril de 2018
domingo, 11 de marzo de 2018
HOW TO DRAW USING ONE POINT PERSPECTIVE
VIDEO 3 How to Draw a Room with One Point Perspective
VIDEO 5 How to Draw a Street in One point Perspective.
VIDEO 6 How to Draw People in Perspective
HOW TO DRAW USING TWO POINT PERSPECTIVE
VIDE0 1 How to Draw a House in Two point Perspective
jueves, 1 de marzo de 2018
miércoles, 31 de enero de 2018
CHAIR DESIGN PROJECT. INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
The design of a chair:
- Measures ("Modulor" of Le Corbusier)
WORK TO DO
First page with the following data:
-Dimensions: height, width, depth.
-Justification of the design: to explain briefly the project (references, inspiration, etc).
2- Dihedral (elevation, plan and profile) views of the 1: 5 scale model in DIN-A4 sheet. The dimensioned should be according to standardization.
3- Axonometric (orthogonal) perspective of the freehand model on DIN-A4 sheet. The image will be treated with free technique, so that it resembles as much as possible to the definitive model (colored, shaded, etc).
*Number 2 and 3 will be presented in a black cardboard and taking care of its presentation.
4- Prototype or model in three dimensions at 1: 5 scale with mixed technique (cardboard, plywood, paper pulp, plaster cast, wire, polystyrene, etc.). It will be attached to a rigid stand.
Delivery date: the 6th of March
Modulor of Le Corbusier
nDimensions allow a part to be manufactured
nDimensions are ALWAYS in real world units
nDimensions should be applied in a concise, coherent manner