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INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH SHEETS
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Research is a very important aspect of any design folder. However, you must ensure that the research you carry out is directly relevant to your product/project.
For example, if you are researching mechanical toys make sure that you research mechanisms that could apply to a mechanical toy design. Do not include mechanisms that will never be considered and are not suitable for the toy. Remember to constantly refer to your product in your notes.
When researching an electronics project, only research those circuits that could be applied to your design. Do not include circuits that you have just come across on the internet or in a book, that will not be considered as suitable for your project.
|SAMPLE PLAIN RESEARCH SHEET|
|The Individual research Sheet is plain. You must decide how to arrange the drawings and information. Do not leave spaces, fill every space with relevant research. (See sheets further down the page).|
|SAMPLE RESEARCH SHEET ON MECHANICAL TOYS|
|The Individual Research Sheet shown below contains research for a mechanical toy. The information on cams and gears is relevant to the mechanical toy being designed later in the folder. The sheet is completely filled with notes and diagrams.|
|SAMPLE ELECTRONICS RESEARCH SHEET|
|This research sheet of for a security device. The research is all relevant to the project and includes the types of programmable circuits and associated components that could be used. the page is completely filled with notes and diagrams.|
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