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3D Perspectives

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Transcript of 3D Perspectives

3D Modeling and Perspectives
Welcome to the Chicago L Transit System

Please put the blocks back as pictures below:
The Cumberland
Stop
The Ashland Avenue Stop
The California/Milwaukee Stop
Front
Top
Front
Top
Right Side
The Loop Stop
Top
Front
Right Side
The 95th Street Stop
Top
Front
Right Side
The Lake Street Downtown Stop
Front
Top
Right Side
The Kimball Street Stop
Front
Top
Right Side
The Division Street Stop
The Oakton-Skokie Stop
Front
Top
Right Side
Harlem Street Stop
Top
Front
Right Side
Your Goal is to be the first to make it through the entire Chicago "L" transit system! Good Luck!
Create your 3D model using the following Orthographic Drawings
Under Construction
Right-Side
Park Ridge Station
Edison Park Station
Norwood Park Station
Gladstone Park Station
Barrington Station
The "Big Idea" of Prairie's 3-D Inventor unit is to introduce students into a limitless environment and allow them to create the world from their fingertips.
Palatine Station
Essential Questions:

Simple geometric shapes are combined and joined to create a representation of an object.
Engineers use computer-aided design (CAD) modeling systems to quickly generate and annotate working drawings.
Three-dimensional computer modeling uses descriptive geometry, geometric relationships, and dimensions to communicate an idea or solution to a technological problem.
As individual objects are assembled together, their degrees of freedom are systematically removed.
Engineers use a design process to create solutions to existing problems.
Teamwork requires constant communication to achieve the goal at hand.
The fabrication of a prototype is the opportunity for the designer to see the product as a three-dimensional object.








Arlington Park Station
Arlington Heights Station
Create your 3-D model using the following Orthographic Drawings.
Mount Prospect Station
Dee Road Station
Jefferson Park Station
Irving Park Station
Clybourn Station
Ogilvie Transportation Center
Conclusion Questions:
1. Many different icons enable you to create an object in the 3D modeling program. What are two that you have used and how were they helpful?

2. Why is it important to use constraints when sketching with your 3D modeling program?

3. Which constraints showed up while you were sketching? Which of these constraints did you add to your sketch and why?

4. Explain the differences between an assembly drawing and a part file? (.iam vs .ipt)

Cumberland Station
Des Plaines Station
UNION PACIFIC/NORTHWEST LINE (UP-NW)
Welcome to the new Applied Technology Lab! The current curriculum being taught is Project Lead The Way, Gateway to Technology.
Create your 3-D Model using
the following Orthographic Drawings.
Your Goal is to be the first to make
it through the entire Metra Pacific/Northwest Line!
Right Side
Top
Front
Front View
Front View
Top View
Right Side View
Right Side View
Top View
Please put the blocks back as pictures below:
Front View
Top View
Right Side View
Front View
Right Side View
Top View
Front View
Right Side View
Top View
Front View
Right Side View
Top View
Front View
Right Side View
Top View
Front View
Right Side View
Top View
Front View
Right Side View
Top View
Under Construction
:)
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