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HaydenLAPISKA INDUSTRIAL DESIGNER


HaydenLAPISKA EDUCATION

SKILLS

University of Cincinnati

Sketching/Visualization types A,B,C Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign Autodesk Alias, Sketchbook Pro and Designer Solidworks Microsoft Office Suite Carpentry and Woodworking

Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design DAAP European History Minor Cincinnatus Scholar and Dean’s List 2012-Present

WORK EXPERIENCE

EXTRA-CURRICULAR

General carpentry, furniture making, construction, carving, boat building, framing, miscellaneous Leather-working and Tooling

FOSSIL INC.

Belts, suspenders, wallets, accouterments, armor, hats, custom tool kits/pouches

January 2014 – April 2014 Paid internship in the women’s leathers design department. Creating tech packs, inputting bill of material data and initial design work.

Etching extremely fine lines in ivory, antler, bone, etc. to achieve design and depth elements and carefully filling the grooves with ink

Cincinnati Circus Company October 2012 – Present Dealing cards, making balloon animals, juggling, fire spinning, stilt walking, and whip cracking.

Barnes and Noble Booksellers October 2011 – January 2012 Book floor and Nook seller, cashier, and general literature authority.

Gary Hagar Custom Trim

July 2011 – August 2011 Provided the final trim installation, framing and Hanging doors, installing hardware, and general construction.

Bill Jefferies Custom Homes June 2009 – July 2009 Provided construction site clean up, organization, and hardware installation.

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Ivory Carving (scrimshaw) Welding and Blacksmithing sewing Hand and machine Soldering/Circuit Board Construction

iNTERESTS Naval Architecture/Design Classic Wooden Sailing yacht/ship construction/ Design Aviation Aircraft Design Musical Instrument Construction/Restoration Renaissance Woodcut Printing/ Etching Fire Dancing/Spinning Fencing (Olympic and Renaissance) Hat Making Sailing Traditional Blacksmithing/Blade-smithing/Armoring European History Languages Knowledge Aquisition

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Private Pilot FAA FAR Part 141 pilot Member AOPA (Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association) Member ARMA (Association of Renaissance Martial Arts) Founder arma Cincinnati & Uc Hema (Study groups for the martial arts of Renaissance Europe) Member USFA (United States Fencing Academy) National Honor Society Duke TIP (Talent Identification Program) award recipient Volunteering Union Gospel Mission, Fort Worth, TX Gainesville State School for Boys, Gainesville, TX GRACE (Grapevine Relief and Community Exchange) Mission Work Tuba City, Arizona – Housing construction (Grand Canyon area) Panama Beach, Florida – Housing facility cleanup and repair. Bolivia, South America – Private school construction and repair. Tijuana, Mexico – Private orphanage construction and facility repair. Tutoring. Student Leadership University Completed Parts 101-401 over 2008-2011, traveling

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to cities in Texas, Washington D.C., England, France, and Italy learning leadership, time management, goal setting and management.


exploring

design

adventure

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travel

who am i

archaic medical instruments

military history

science fiction

climbing on top of things

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swords

writing

hats

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restoration

craftsmanship

antique aircraft

rescuing old books


Mechanicalmarionette development

Research When approaching this project, it was clear that the best course of action would be to bring an old toy, that is well recognized, and already has a framework to build off of, into the modern world, or at least just give it a twist. On a recent trip to Italy, I visited Venice and found a small, traditional marionette shop where the owner gave me a tour of his workshop. I hearkened back to this experience when choosing my toy.

Out of the many designs, the one that seemed most appealing was that of a wooden marionette which did indeed have a twist. Instead of having the mobility of the entire body, which was fun but not necessarily overly mechanical, why not make fully articulated hands and arms and have the body follow. This was a much more interesting challenge.

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Visualization

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Mechanicalmarionette Construction The process The building process was almost exclusively woodwork. The majority of the puppet was made of red oak. The head, however, was made of cedar that I turned to shape. All the joints were hinged with metal pins.

Finger blanks fabricated

Hands taking shape

Turned Cedar Head

Arms and legs fabricated

Shoulder ball joints being clamped

Although steel was used for the joints, I put high priority on making as much of the motion as possible achievable by wood joinery. this included ball and socket joints as well as wooden tongues that jointed the fingers together.

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Tendons run up through the control stalks to the handle where the individual fingers are controlled by rings

Each finger has a nylon tendon that loops under each joint. When the tendon is shortened, the finger bends at the joints.

The finger segments are jointed by steel pins and are kept taught by elastic bands on the top of each joint.

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Mechanicalmarionette Final model

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DremelEngraver Development

Research My goal for this project was to make an air powered precision engraving tool that is accessible to the general public. There are many different types of engraving tools out on the market but very few that offer the kind of performance I was trying to achieve at a reasonable price.

Dremel seemed to be a well known and well trusted brand to start with. And although they do have several products that can engrave, they are generally bulky and, as far as professional engraving tools go, relatively low speed. Several things had to be adapted for this tool to work.

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Visualization

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DremelEngraver Model Development

With the final design, anyone who can draw or trace a design can engrave.

Several models were made and tested before a final design was decided upon and implemented. The main goal of my design was keeping it compact and providing support for the high RPM tool while still giving the fine point control of a pen or pencil.

Sketch models

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Vents on the side bleed off excess air to avoid pressure buildup and casing failure.

Intuitive and accessible hole to insert customized allen wrench allows for a quick work-flow in changing the tool bit.

Air hose port is out of the way of the user’s handle and at an angle to prevent hose tangling during work.

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DremelEngraver 1.25

Internals

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University of Cincinnati Industrial design Dremel ep10-01 engraver pro precision engraving tool Drawn by:

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class: Design vizualization

check by:

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App by:

Tony kawanari

Date:

December 1, 2013

scale: 3:2

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body shell

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Abs plastic

sonic weld

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compressed air passage abraisive engraving bit

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abs plastic steel/carbide

machined in pressure fit

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chuck body

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steel

threaded

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chuck sleeve and drive shaft tip of tightening wrench

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steel steel

threaded geared

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sealed ball bearing

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steel

pressure fit

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air turbine fans

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titanium

pressure fit

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rear sealed ball bearing

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steel

pressure fit

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rear air bleed ports

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machined in

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rubberized hand grip

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rubber

injection molded

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air hose port

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steel

injection molded

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internal bearing sleeve and shaft hole

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steel

pressure fit

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external bearing sleeve

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steel

pressure fit

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bearing sealing disk

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steel

welded

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lubricated ball bearings

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steel/grease

free to move

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DremelEngraver Final model

tool is held as one would hold a pencil

air turbines and bearings eliminate vibration

point control is achieved and bulkiness eliminated

Hand is supported ergonomically

airflow is regulated by foot pedal

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Finalmodel

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ARrakiinmedal Development

Arrakis “Dune”

Research My goal for this project was to create a futuristic Olympic medal for the Winter Sand Olympics 10191 on the planet Arrakis from Frank Herbert’s Dune novels. The Fremen inhabitants of the planet have a rich culture and an abundance of symbolism and imagery to work with.

The Fremen people have an abundance of themes to draw from when considering the design of this medal. Their architecture, geography, and religious views being the most outstanding. However, other sources, such as their tradition, rites of passage, and daily, easily recognizable themes.

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Visualization

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ARrakiinmedal construction

The process From sketch to finished medal was a very extensive process. The tedious work of transforming the drawing into a virtual three dimensional model came first. After this was powder printed, a negative mold for the aluminum was made in casting sand, the part was cast and then painstakingly hand polished.

A sketch is chosen

A 3D model is constructed and printed

The aluminum is cast

The casting is cleaned roughly

The final medal is polished

Because I wanted the medal to have a high polish in some areas and natural in others, it was filed, sandblasted, and then hand polished.

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Finalmodel

A slider in the form of a nickel inlaid Fremen Crysknife was also added to show that the winning of this medal is a personal rite of passage.

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SherlockToolkit Development

Research Inspiration for the toolkit was taken from both the 2009 film, as well as the Conan Doyle books. However, both were changed in style to create what would be the final tool kit.

After a visit to the Sherlock Holmes museum in London, the design was altered as well to provide a practical and attractive kit with versatile uses.

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Visualization

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SherlockToolkit Iterations

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Finalmodel

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Yachtdesign ajax

class: topsail schooner LOD: 37 Feet LOA: 50 feet Beam: 12 feet Draft: 7.5 feet

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Avanti 3

class: Friendship sloop LOD: 17 Feet LOA: 23 feet Beam: 6 feet Draft: 2.5 feet

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Scrimshaw An art form practiced by sailors on long voyages with spare bones carved with knives and then rubbed with lamp black. The scenes were traditionally nautical. In modern times, pieces of reclaimed ivory are painstakingly polished and then carved with fine etching tools and a magnifying glass and then the etchings are filled with ink.

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Sworddesign

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Blacksmithing

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Markerrenders

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sketchbook

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sketchbook

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otherprojects

BOWTIME HARD EARNED

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Thankyou

for your time and consideration

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INDUSTRIAL DESIGNER


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