Updated for 2021 evaluation standards!
- characterize your lasercutter's focus, power, speed, rate, kerf, and joint clearance
- document your work (individually or in group)
- Design, lasercut, and document a parametric press-fit construction kit, which can be assembled in multiple ways. Account for the lasercutter kerf.
- cut something on the vinylcutter
- Demonstrate and describe parametric 2D modelling processes
- Identify and explain processes involved in using the laser cutter.
- Develop, evaluate and construct the parametric construction kit
- Identify and explain processes involved in using the vinyl cutter.
Have you answered these questions?
- linked to the group assignment page
- Explained how you parametrically designed your files
- Documented how you made your press-fit kit
- Documented how you made your vinyl cutting
- Included your original design files
- Included your hero shots
What does characterise mean?
Answer: Describe/understand the nature and features (of your particular laser cutter)
Can I use the Inkscape clone tool for my pressfit kit?
Answer: No. The clone tool is not a real parametric software.
What is valid for a construction kit
Answer: something more than a finger joint box that you can assemble multiple ways.
Is it compulsory to design my own file in Vinyl cutting?
Answer: No, but you must acknowledge where you found it.
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