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RMIT INDUSTRIAL DESIGN ELECTIVES – GRAP 1048 – SEMESTER 2/2012

CRYBERCRAFT 10 STUDENT: NGUYEN NGO NGOC MY (AMY) – s3246112

COURSE FOLIO


ORIGINAL IDEAS:


DEVELOPMENTS: AS HAVING PROBLEM IN FINDING GLASS BOTTLES FOR THE PROCESS, I MADE A DECISION OF CHANGING THE “BOTTLE” MATERIAL INTO MDF WOOD OR ARCYLIC. I PREFER USING ARCYLIC TO MAKE THE BOTTLE AS ITS MATERIAL CAN BE CLEAR/TRANSPARENT/COLORS.

Notes: radian of laser cut: 0.15/0.20/0.10 Bottle: height – 150-180mm/width – 30-35mm. Thickness of the bottle body: 10mm Use Wacom tablet to do my own hand-writing for the words. But the outcome was not good.

They are all broken as the lines are too fine.


EXPERIENCES OF PROCESS: LASER CUT (CUTTING/MEASUREMENT/JOINING OF PARTS)


OTHER EXPERIENCES: 3D PRINTING FOR SMALL OBJECTS: GOOD FOR TESTING 3D MODELS BEFORE MAKING A VERY DETAIL ONE. THE PRICES OF MAKING 1 MODEL ARE NOT REALLY EXPENSIVE.


3D SCANNING OBJECTS (DETAILS): GOOD FOR DETAIL SCANNING AND TAKE TIME TO SCAN AS MANUAL SCANNING (BY HANDS)


FINISHED WORK:

LOGO for the bottle


Message bottle by Amy NGUYEN  

laser cut # arcylic # cork