Bilal Hallak Student No: 641720 Semester 2/2013
Isometric drawing Subject: Kids floater for swimming purposes aged 3 to 6 Manufacturer: Developed by Zoggs in Australia Materials: Made from durable Vylux, Manufacturing Process: Unknown of how they are manufactured
Dimensions: 20cm in Height 8 cm in Width 4 cm in Depth (When inflated) 13cm in Length Max weight it can carry is 25kg Evaluation: These float bands were developed in the early 1900s, as people began to be concerned for their childs safety while swimming. It was designed to allow children to swim at early ages, ensuring their safety in the water. Different shapes and sizes were designed and developed to accomodate different swimmers. Different floaters have different holding capacites, as well as different dimensions, including volume. Two different chambers in each band enables safety for the user by applying air into two separate chambers, allowing for optimum safety.
How did I measure my object? I measured my object by using a strip of paper which had already had measurements written onto it. This enabled me to measure the length and width of all sides of the objects. It gave a close estimate of what the dimensions were when the object was inflated. As for the depth, I marked a skewer with measurements and made a hole through it.