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Puzzle Cube Project Summative Portfolio Assignment
Transcript of Puzzle Cube Project Summative Portfolio Assignment
This project relates to my goals because probably in my future job I will have to use a program like Inventor and/or build something like the cube. Autobiography .First connect the green piece to the purple piece
Then connect the orange piece to the purple piece
Third put the red piece on top of the green and purple piece and put the blue piece in the front in the last open space.
Modeling Yes, because it was fun to build Testing and Evaluation Project Introduction Resources Design Proposal Sketches Brainstorming Sketches Project Mariam Adwan firstname.lastname@example.org Introduction Into Engineering Design In IED we were asked to design, build, test, document, and present a three-dimensional puzzle system that is made from the scrap hardwood cubes. Histogram Deviation Calculation Measurements Deviation Histogram Summative Sketches Sketches The End I think making the cube hard to solve was what i was best at. I was worst at dimensioning. I could improve this by doing the orthographic drawings better. Danielle is trying to solve my cube Unit 4
Puzzle Cube Project
Summative Portfolio Assignment
You are to complete a Portfolio that represents all the work that you completed in order to design, build, create, and evaluate your puzzle cube design. You are to make your final Portfolio using presentation software such as PowerPoint or Prezi. Below is a list of items that must be incorporated into your Puzzle Cube Portfolio.
A Digital Presentation that represents all the work that you completed in regards to the Puzzle Cube Project.
This section gives an overview of what each section of the Portfolio should contain. There is no set minimum or maximum number of pages or slides for each Section. Just keep in mind Quality over Quantity.
a.Logo or image representing Project
b.Student Contact Information
b.Personal Information Section
a.Picture of yourself
c.How project related to your goals
c.Project Title Section
a.Examples of Research
i.Work Complete in the 3.5 Applied Statics assignment
e.Sketches Section (SCAN OR PICTURE OF ENGINEER NOTEBOOK PAGES)
b.Design Proposal Sketches
c.All Summative Drawings and Sketches
f.Technical Drawings Section ( .Jpeg format pictures )
a.Examples of 3D Inventor Parts
b.Examples of Inventor Assembly
c.All Inventor Drawing Sheets Created (Note: All drawings need to have annotations and dimensioning completed.)
i.All puzzle cube parts (Dimensioning)
ii.Assembly (Parts list)
a.Written Explanation of the Puzzle Cube Assembly
b.Images of Wooden Prototype completed
c.(Optional) Possible images of Plastic cube prototypes
h.Testing and Evaluation Section
a.Pictures or images of people attempting your puzzle cube
i.Captions of what is shown in images.
b.Include a Self-assessment that show your reflection of the Puzzle Cube Project.
i.Did you enjoy the project? Why or Why not?
ii.What did you do the best? Why?
iii.What did you do the worst?
1.How would you improve this?
iv.How could you improve for the next time?
v.How would you improve the project for the next class?
a.Copies of Completed Rubrics for Summative Drawings
b.Copy of Rubric that will be used to evaluate Portfolio
Puzzle Design Challenge Rubric
Topics4 points3 points2 points1 point
TechniquesShows excellent line quality. Lines are straight and of the correct line weight.Shows good line quality. Lines are fairly straight and of the correct line weight.Lines vary in thickness but are fairly accurate.Lines are feathered; straight lines appear as curves.
GeometryShapes are correct; rectangles have 90° corners.Shapes are close to correct; rectangles have close to 90° corners.Shapes are recognizable; rectangle corners are close to 90°.Shapes are confusing; rectangle corners not consistent or close to 90°.
PictorialProper style is selected to show detail.
Sketch communicates details well.Style selected to show detail is acceptable.
Sketch communicates most details.Acceptable style is chosen for communication.
Some elements might be confusing.Sketch is barely recognizable.
Style chosen doesn’t show necessary detail.
ProportionElements are sized correctly and communicate effectively.Most elements are sized correctly and communicate the design in an acceptable manner.Elements are close to the correct relationship with some distortion.Elements have no relationship with each other. Detail is difficult to ascertain.
ShadingShading is correctly applied to give the appearance of three dimensions.Shading is applied to give the appearance of three dimensions. Some shading is missing or misapplied.Shading is inappropriately applied.
Some confusion is created.Object is not shaded or shading is misapplied.
Effect of three-dimensional representation is difficult to determine.
ColorColor is appropriately applied.
Color enhances the image.Color is applied.
The color does make the visual appearance of the object pleasing to the eye.Color is applied and does not distract from the three dimensional image.Color detracts from the three dimensional image.
Line TypesAll lines are of the correct type and weight.Most lines are of the correct type and line weight.Some lines are of the correct type and line weight, and some lines are confusing.Many lines are of the wrong type and weight.
Topics4 points3 points2 points1 point
SketchingProduces accurate pictorial and sketches of design concepts.
Is properly detailed for effective communication.Produces marginally sufficient freehand sketches of design concepts. Is marginally detailed for effective communicationProduces freehand sketches that are difficult to visualize. Lacks details in sketches.Produces incomplete sketches. Does not present concept.
of AlternativesGenerates at least two viable concepts. Selects most appropriate concept and clearly justifies the choice using the appropriate criteria.Generates two concepts. Selects an appropriate concept and is somewhat able to justify the choice using marginally acceptable criteria.Generates two concepts. Selects one using inadequate criteria.Generates one concept.
RequirementsFully meets design requirements.
Meets most design requirements and supports the design function.Meets some requirements but not enough to support the design function.Does not meet any requirements.
Cube Drawings and Assembly
Topics4 points3 points2 points1 point
GenerationPresents, locates, and sizes all model features properly. Model is completely and efficiently constrained.Presents, locates, and sizes most model features properly. Model is inefficiently constrained or missing a few constraints.Some model features are missing or improper. Model is missing several constraints.Model is missing most features or constraints.
AssemblyVerifies the assembly thoroughly, clearly documents and presents it. Interprets verification results.Completes required verification as specified by the instructor. Presents clearly, but results are not interpreted well.Presents incomplete and/or poor verification.Submits no verification of assembly.
PartVerifies the part thoroughly; clearly documents and presents it. Interprets verification results.Completes required verification as specified by the instructor. Presents clearly, but results are not interpreted well.Presents incomplete and/or poor verification.Submits no verification of part.
AnnotationDimensions and annotates properly and clearly.Supplies most dimensions and annotations.
Locates most of them properly.Omits many dimensions or annotations. Some mislabeling.Dimensions or annotations have not been added, leaving only software determined defaults.
ViewsLocates all appropriate views properly and clearly.Does not locate all appropriate views clearly or properly.Omits views needed for clarity. Includes inappropriate views.Incomplete drawing submitted.