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Automoblox & Reverse Engineering

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Marisa Manocchio

on 12 August 2014

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Transcript of Automoblox & Reverse Engineering

Automoblox & Reverse Engineering
Visual Analysis
Functional Analysis
Visual Design Principles & Elements Identification

The Parts
Structural Analysis
Assembly- Explosion
Automoblox
T9
Truck

Russ Pike,
Justin Vorthmann, & Marisa Manocchio

Purpose:
Dream. Build. Drive- Each Automoblox kit uses the same connector pieces so kids can imagine their own designs for cars, mismatch the pieces, build it, and play.
The wheels and axle pins:
The axle has a smaller diameter but towards the outer edge it has a bigger diameter which 'clips' or 'hooks' onto a circular edge on the inside of the axle insert hole on the wheel.
Connector Pieces:
The car has a connector piece that is removable and two that are not. The removable piece has two sides to it that fit exactly into the non-removable pieces. This allows two sections of the car to connect together.
There is also a raised ridge patter on the top and bottom of the removable connector piece, that when pinched by kids the piece releases and comes free from the other non-removable connector.
Other Observations:
Everything is interchangeable between any vehicle. The people even have different bases to fit into the car so that they can move between models. The removable connector pieces are the same so that they can also go between models and sections of the car.
Inputs
Product Function
Output
Creativity
Thinking
Applied force
Link pieces to create
vehicle that moves.
Noise
Rolling movement
Working product
Personally designed car
The Wheel and Tire
Women
Men
Windshield
Passenger Base
Removable Connector
Front Body
Middle Body
Back Body
Axle
Non-Removable Connectors
Sketch
CAD
Multiview
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CAD
Multiview
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CAD
Multiview
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CAD
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CAD
Multiview
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Multiview
The texture of the wood grain in this rear view indicates that the truck is made of real wood and not simply colored to look like wood. The camera flash off of the wood gives the impression that it is finished with a glossy stain. All cuts and holes are very smooth with no splinters. The variation of the flash reflection points to the fact that the rear surface is not a single plane but has varying depth. Again, the truck is symmetrical about the long axis including the “A” logo on the rear surface. The logo matches the logo on the tires. The tires appear to be a different substance from the windshield as they are opaque and nonreflective.
Rear View
This top view of the Automoblox truck shows that it is made with parts that are bright green and wood toned. The reflection of the camera flash shows that the windshield is partially reflective. The fact that you can see the people inside indicates that the windshield is partially transparent, probably plastic. The truck is symmetric about the long axis with the possible exception of the people inside. The windshield is a trapezoid with the smaller dimension in front. The tires are covered with a textured pattern. The truck body appears to be made of three parts which indicates the ability to be taken apart. The edges of the truck body and the windshield are rounded.
Top View
The side view shows a groove that runs along the side of the truck adding texture and visual appeal. The side view shows that the windshield has a rounded triangle shape sloping from back to front. The wheels are silver in color and have round radial balance which mimics the rounded edges throughout the remainder of the truck. The front wheels are very close to the front of the truck and the eye is drawn to them because of the dissimilarity compared to real vehicles. The axles appear to be of a different shade of green than the tires and the windshield.
Side View
In addition to previously mentioned features, the front view again demonstrates the symmetry about the long axis of the truck. There are several different slopes, angles, and arcs giving the truck additional form and depth.
Front View
Disassembly
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