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|THE MODEL MAKING DEVELOPMENT SECTION|
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|The model making section should include the following sheets:|
MODEL MAKING - RECORD OF MANUFACTURE:
This is a simple written record of making a model. Each stage is recorded as a written statement. Write down what you think of the shape and form of the model, the size and proportions, the design and anything else that springs to mind, as you make the model. You could even write down what other people think of your model, as it was being made. Record any difficulties you had when making the model and especially changes you made to the original design. What do people think of the finished model? What improvements did they suggest? (See the Guidance Sheet)
A photograph of every stage should be taken. On the record of manufacture sheet, simple describe what is seen in the photograph, so that you can recognise it when you produce the Scaled Model Summary Sheet.
This sheet(s) should be included in the design portfolio.
See sample Model making - Record of Manufacture.
SCALED MODEL - SUMMARY - SCALE 1:2
The Scaled Model Summary Sheet. Briefly describe the important stages of making the model, with a photograph representing each important stage. This development sheet should include the information you collected on the record of manufacture sheet(s), written and presented carefully. You must emphasise how you have developed / changed the original design, as you have manufactured the model.
See sample Scaled Model Summary Sheet.
MODEL MAKING SEQUENCE DRAWING
Produce a sequence drawing, with text and photographs. Explain every stage of making the model. The sequence drawing may be two / three pages in length, or even longer.
See sample Sequence Drawing Sheets.
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