Resistant Materials Exam 2016 So.....here we are...hasnt the

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Exam Questions The exam will come in 2 SECTIONS SECTION A: This is approx 3/4 questions on a product. The product is game console storage. This section will include: 1: Specification 2: Design 3: Development of Design 4: Evaluate SECTION B: This section could ask you anything related to Resistant Materials. However, there are some questions that come up every year. See Section B for examples.

The following questions are taken from past papers or made up by little old me Exam Questions SECTION A: This is approx 3/4 questions on a product. The product is game console storage. This section will include: 1: Specification 2: Design 3: Development of Design 4: Evaluate Question 1- Always on Specification: 1 What is a SPECIFICATION? List the headings you would find in a SPECIFICATION?

List the design requirements for a storage unit that would be used to transport small items Question 1- Always on Specification: 1 What is a SPECIFICATION? It tells you SPECIFIC information about a product. For example, its function, target market, what it looks like, safety features. List the headings you would find in a SPECIFICATION? Target market Size Function Environment Cost Materials Manufacture

Safety Appearance (aesthetics) Finish / Colour List the design requirements for a storage unit that would be used to store items The product must be SAFE The product must be the CORRECT SIZE The product must be FIT FOR PURPOSE The product must be made from SUITABLE MATEIRALS The product must be suitable for its intended TARGET MARKET Practice exam - Answer the following questions: Question 1 is about the design specification for a small storage unit used to transport small items. You should spend about 10 minutes on this question. 1 (a) Give five design requirements of the small storage unit. Explain each of your answers. Requirement 1: .........................................................................................................................................

Explanation: .............................................................................................................................................. ................................................................................................................................................................... (2 marks) Requirement 2: ......................................................................................................................................... Explanation: .............................................................................................................................................. ................................................................................................................................................................... (2 marks) Requirement 3: ......................................................................................................................................... Explanation: .............................................................................................................................................. ................................................................................................................................................................... (2 marks) Requirement 4: ......................................................................................................................................... Explanation: .............................................................................................................................................. ................................................................................................................................................................... (2 marks) Requirement 5: .........................................................................................................................................

Explanation: .............................................................................................................................................. ................................................................................................................................................................... (2 marks) Practice exam - Answer the following questions: Question 1 is about the design specification for a suitcase. You should spend about 10 minutes on this question. 1 (a) Give five design requirements of the suitcase. Explain each of your answers. Requirement 1: ......................................................................................................................................... Explanation: .............................................................................................................................................. ................................................................................................................................................................... (2 marks) Requirement 2: ......................................................................................................................................... Explanation: .............................................................................................................................................. ...................................................................................................................................................................

(2 marks) Requirement 3: ......................................................................................................................................... Explanation: .............................................................................................................................................. ................................................................................................................................................................... (2 marks) Requirement 4: ......................................................................................................................................... Explanation: .............................................................................................................................................. ................................................................................................................................................................... (2 marks) Requirement 5: ......................................................................................................................................... Explanation: .............................................................................................................................................. ................................................................................................................................................................... (2 marks) Practice exam - Answer the following questions:

Question 1 is about the design specification for a childs toy. You should spend about 10 minutes on this question. 1 (a) Give five design requirements of the childs toy. Explain each of your answers. Requirement 1: ......................................................................................................................................... Explanation: .............................................................................................................................................. ................................................................................................................................................................... (2 marks) Requirement 2: ......................................................................................................................................... Explanation: .............................................................................................................................................. ................................................................................................................................................................... (2 marks) Requirement 3: ......................................................................................................................................... Explanation: .............................................................................................................................................. ................................................................................................................................................................... (2 marks) Requirement 4: .........................................................................................................................................

Explanation: .............................................................................................................................................. ................................................................................................................................................................... (2 marks) Requirement 5: ......................................................................................................................................... Explanation: .............................................................................................................................................. ................................................................................................................................................................... (2 marks) Practice exam - Answer the following questions: Question 1 is about the design specification for a storage unit. You should spend about 10 minutes on this question. 1 (a) Give five design requirements of the storage unit. Explain each of your answers. Requirement 1: ......................................................................................................................................... Explanation: .............................................................................................................................................. ...................................................................................................................................................................

(2 marks) Requirement 2: ......................................................................................................................................... Explanation: .............................................................................................................................................. ................................................................................................................................................................... (2 marks) Requirement 3: ......................................................................................................................................... Explanation: .............................................................................................................................................. ................................................................................................................................................................... (2 marks) Requirement 4: ......................................................................................................................................... Explanation: .............................................................................................................................................. ................................................................................................................................................................... (2 marks) Requirement 5: ......................................................................................................................................... Explanation: .............................................................................................................................................. ...................................................................................................................................................................

(2 marks) Practice exam - Answer the following question: Draw four different shapes / patterns that are typically used for console storage. Practice exam - Answer the following question: Design four products that could be used to store a console, games and accessories. Label your design with: features and materials Practice exam - Answer the following question: Design ANOTHER four products that are designed store a games console and accessories. Label your design with: ACCESS FM Practice exam - Answer the following question: Choose ONE of your designs and DEVELOP it into a FINAL DESIGN.

Label Materials (MDF, plywood, mahogany, oak, pine) Sizes (Height, width and depth) Manufacture (CAD/CAM, wood joints, countersunk screws, PVA etc) Finishing (varnish, etc) Fixtures and fitting (hinges, screws, drawer runners, handles) Evaluate your design....What is good about it? How does it fit the specification? Practice exam - Answer the following question: Choose ONE of your designs and DEVELOP it into a FINAL DESIGN.

Label Materials (MDF, plywood, mahogany, oak, pine) Sizes (Height, width and depth) Manufacture (CAD/CAM, wood joints, countersunk screws, PVA etc) Finishing (varnish, etc) Fixtures and fitting (hinges, screws, drawer runners, handles) Evaluate your design....What is good about it? How does it fit the specification? Exam Questions SECTION B:

Here are some examples of what type of questions could come up in Section B Exam Questions You are likely to get a manufacture question where you will be asked to select a product and describe HOW you would make. You will be asked to provide SKETCHES and NOTES The following questions are taken from past papers Practice exam - Answer the following questions: The pictures below show two designs for a notepad holder. Both of them could be made in a school workshop. Choose one of the notepad holders. a. Name one suitable specific material you could use to make your chosen notepad holder? _____________________________________________

b. Give one reason for your choice? ________________________________________________________ __________________________________ c. Use notes and sketches to clearly show how you would make a batch of ten notepad holders in a school workshop. At each stage, name all the tools, equipment or software. Stage 1: Marking out or CAD (Computer-Aided-Design) Stage 2: Cutting & shaping or CAM (Computer-Aided-Manufacturing) Practice exam - Answer the following Stage 3: Bending or joining. Stage 4: Finishing questions: Stage 5: Producing the recycled paper text.

Explain what a flowchart is and how it is used? _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ Practice exam - Answer the following questions: The pictures below show two designs for a notepad holder. Both of them could be made in a school workshop. Choose one of the spice holders. a. Name one suitable specific material you could use to make your chosen notepad holder? _____________________________________________ b. Give one reason for your choice? ________________________________________________________ __________________________________

c. Use notes and sketches to clearly show how you would make a batch of ten notepad holders in a school workshop. At each stage, name all the tools, equipment or software. Stage 1: Marking out or CAD (Computer-Aided-Design) Stage 2: Cutting & shaping or CAM (Computer-Aided-Manufacturing) Practice exam - Answer the following Stage 3: Bending or joining. Stage 4: Finishing questions: Stage 5: Producing the Spice Jars text. Explain what a flowchart is and how it is used? _________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ Practice exam - Answer the following questions: The pictures below show two designs for a notepad holder. Both of them could be made in a school workshop. Choose one of the trophies. a. Name one suitable specific material you could use to make your chosen notepad holder? _____________________________________________ b. Give one reason for your choice? ________________________________________________________ __________________________________ c. Use notes and sketches to clearly show how you would make a batch of ten notepad holders in a school workshop.

At each stage, name all the tools, equipment or software. Stage 1: Marking out or CAD (Computer-Aided-Design) Stage 2: Cutting & shaping or CAM (Computer-Aided-Manufacturing) Practice exam - Answer the following Stage 3: Bending or joining. Stage 4: Finishing questions: Stage 5: Producing the 1st text. Explain what Quality Control means? _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________ Practice exam - Answer the following questions: The pictures below show two designs for a notepad holder. Both of them could be made in a school workshop. Choose one of the kitchen roll holder. a. Name one suitable specific material you could use to make your chosen notepad holder? _____________________________________________ b. Give one reason for your choice? ________________________________________________________ __________________________________ c. Use notes and sketches to clearly show how you would make a batch of ten notepad holders in a school workshop. At each stage, name all the tools, equipment or software. Stage 1: Marking out or CAD (Computer-Aided-Design)

Stage 2: Cutting & shaping or CAM (Computer-Aided-Manufacturing) Practice exam - Answer the following Stage 3: Bending or joining. Stage 4: Finishing questions: Stage 5: Producing the kitchen roll text. What are the advantages of using CAD and CAM when designing and making a product? _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________

Revision Section Checklist Tick topics off as you revise them: Topic Sub topic Materials Woods Tick Section A

Question type Question 1 This will be a specification Question 2 You will be asked to design 5 products that are based on Art Deco and that are designed to carry small items

Question 3 You could be asked to develop one of your 5 ideas Section B Question type Question 4 This is likely to be a manufacture question where you will be asked to

describe HOW to make a product using sketches and notes Question 5 You are usually provided with three images of different products. You will be asked to name the materials they are made from and why All other questions

All other questions in Section B could be anything on Resistant Materials Metals Plastics Tick Smart Materials Finishes Joining Materials Fixtures and fittings Tools Health and Safety

Anthropometrics Ergonomics Sustainability / Environmental issues 6 Rs Tick Environmental Issues / Sustainability Practice exam Join the words with the phrase Cut these up and stick on revision cards. Write the definition on the back

REDUCE REUSE RECYCLE REFUSE RETHINK REPAIR Learn these......put them to a song to help you or use post it notes REDUCE Designers must REDUCE the amount of materials they use REUSE Designers must REUSE materials to reduce waste

RECYCLE Designers must RECYCLE materials or choose to use materials that have been or could be RECYCLED. REFUSE Designers must REFUSE to use materials that are non renewable, harmful to the environment or scarce. RETHINK Designers must RETHINK about products and how their function can be environmentally friendly REPAIR Designers must think about how their product can be REPAIRED. Does the product have a short life span or can it be REPAIRED / maintained to make it last longer?

Test your knowledge here How can designers include the 6Rs when designing and making a product? REDUCE REUSE RECYCLE REFUSE RETHINK REPAIR Practice exam - Answer the following questions: Above there are four different designs of Razors, choose what you think is the most sustainable and give a reason to explain why? ________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________ Explain what sustainability means: ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________ Materials Materials Fill in the table with names of materials Materials Cut these out and turn it into a matching game

Materials Try and fill in the suitable finishes Materials Write these on post it notes and turn it into a sorting game Practice exam - Answer the following questions: Name 2 examples of hardwoods: Name 2 examples of Softwoods: ________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ Name two examples of Manufactured board: ________________________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________ Name a product that you would use manufactured board as it main material? ________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ What does Coniferous mean? ________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ What does Deciduous mean? ________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ Which picture is a coniferous tree and which is a Deciduous tree? a. _____________________________ b. _____________________________ a.

b. Practice exam - Answers: Name 2 examples of hardwoods: Oak, Teak, Mahogany, Beech Name 2 examples of Softwoods: Scots Pine, Parana Pine, Spruce Name two examples of Manufactured board: MDF, Plywood Name a product that you would use manufactured board as it main material? Kitchen unit What does Coniferous mean? This is a tree that is evergreen. It has needles instead of leaves. Softwood What does Deciduous mean? A tree that has leaves and looses them in the winter . Hardwood Which picture is a coniferous tree and

which is a Deciduous tree? a. _Coniferous_____ a. b. b. __Deciduous_____ Practice exam - Answer the following questions: Where does plastic come from and explain how it is made? ________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ Explain what a Thermoplastic is? ________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________

Explain what a Thermosetting plastic is? ________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ Give an example of a Thermosetting plastic in this classroom? ________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ Name two thermoplastics? ________________________________________ _________________________________________ What glue would you use to join wood to wood and explain its advantages? ________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ Which glue sticks together 2 pieces of Acrylic? _______________________________________________________________________ Practice exam - Answer the following questions:

What is the environmental impact of using wood to manufacture products? ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________ Explain what Ferrous means and give an example? ________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ Explain what Non-Ferrous means and give an example? ________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ Where does metal come from? ________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ What are the properties / characteristics of Stainless Steel? ________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________

Give two examples of when Stainless Steel is used in products? 1. _________________________________________ 2. _________________________________________ Practice exam - Answers: What is the environmental impact of using wood to manufacture products? Wood is biodegradable and wont harm the environment when thrown away. However, trees are cut down to produce materials and this is a negative effect if the trees are not replaced. Explain what Ferrous means and give an example? Ferrous means iron. Therefore ferrous metals contain iron, rust and are magnetic. Mild steel is a ferrous metal Explain what Non-Ferrous means and give an example? Doesn't contain iron, doesn't rust and isnt magnetic. Aluminium is an example of a non ferrous metal. Where does metal come from?

Iron ore in the earth What are the properties / characteristics of Stainless Steel? It is silver, shiny, can be polished to a mirror finish and it doesnt rust. Give two examples of when Stainless Steel is used in products? 1. Cutlery 2. Sinks/ Taps Materials: Properties Materials As there are lots of materials and ways to make things using them to learn try learning just the following if you are struggling Finishes: Finishes will make a materials more DURABLE or look better

Practice exam - Answer the following questions: Practice exam - Answer the following questions: Tools and Equipment/ Health and Safety: Practice exam - Answer the following Name the correct tool name and then explain what it is used for? questions: Name & explanation Name &

explanation ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ _________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ _________________ ______________________ ______________________

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_________________ Practice exam - Answer the following What do the following signs questions: mean? Explanation ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ _________________ ______________________ ______________________

______________________ ______________________ _________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ _________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ _________________ Practice exam - Answer the following Name the correct tool name and then

explain what it is used for? questions: Hack saw Name & explanation Name & explanation Plane This is used to remove excess wood to make joints level and smooth

Junior Hacksaw Used to cut small pieces of metal and plastic Sash Clamp Used to clamp large pieces of materials together when being joined Tri Square Used to check corners are 90 degrees Hack Saw Used to cut metal

Vice Used to hold plastic and wood whilst it is joined, drilled, cut Tenon Saw Used to cut straight lines in wood G Clamp Used to clamp materials together Practice exam - Answer the following Name the correct tool name and then explain what it is used for?

questions: Name & explanation Name & explanation ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ _________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________

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______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ _________________ Practice exam - Answer the following Name the correct tool name and then explain what it is used for? questions: Name & explanation Name & explanation

Corner Clamp Used to clamp materials at 90 degrees Pillar Drill Used to drill holes into materials Cordless drill Used to drill holes / screw screws into materials Battery operated Tri Square Used to check corners are at 90 degrees

Electric Sander Used to make materials smooth Disc Sander Used to sand materials so they are smooth and safe Chisel Used to carve wood Phillips Screwdriver Used to screw cross head screws into materials

Risk Assessment Hazard / Precaution Complete the risk assessment table for the pillar drill. Hazard Precaution The work piece could spin off the drill. Ensure that the work piece is firmly clamped down. ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________

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______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______ Risk Assessment Hazard / Precaution Complete the risk assessment table for the pillar drill. Hazard Precaution The work piece could spin off the drill. Ensure that the work piece is

firmly clamped down. Moving parts of the machine could cause injury Ensure the safety guard is in the correct place Material could go in the users eyes Wear goggles Lose clothing and hair could get caught in moving parts

Tie hair back and remove loose clothing Drill pieces could cause injury Handle the drill pieces with care ad ensure they are in the chuck correctly before turning the drill on Risk Assessment Hazard / Precaution Complete the risk assessment table for the electric sander Hazard Precaution

The materials could move when being sanded. Ensure that the work piece is firmly clamped down or in a vice . ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______

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______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______ Risk Assessment Hazard / Precaution

Complete the risk assessment table for the electric sander Hazard Precaution The materials could move when being sanded. Ensure that the work piece is firmly clamped down or in a vice . Dust is produced and can be breathed in Attach a sanding bag or wear a

mask The cord could be a trip hazard Be aware of the cord when working Anthropometrics / Ergnomics: Practice exam - Answer the following questions: What does Ergonomics mean? ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________ Study the images on the right, Identify and describe

5 ergonomic features of the Xbox controller: ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________

Practice exam - Answer the following questions: What does Anthropometrics mean? ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________ How are Anthropometrics used by designers? ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________ What is meant by the 50th percentile? ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________

Practice exam Ergonomics Design task: Study the BBQ fork below. Redesign the handle and clearly label its ergonomic features. Ergonomics : So what exactly is ergonomics its a big word that means 'fit', the fit between people and the things they use. It is sometimes called human factors. In our case the 'fit' between society and the way we want people to dispose of waste. If people are comfortable using, handling, sorting and being interested in how the 'chuck' their garbage, they will tend to do it more efficiently because it is easy. The idea of ergonomics is to design things to fit people. This means taking account of differences such as size, strength and ability to design for a wide range of users. Then the tasks, the places bins are designed for - inside, outside, playgrounds, hospitals, colleges, schools and the local tip. Children are smaller, they need to be considered carefully when designing bins, for example, so that they are able to reach to put things in them, lift the lid if they have one, read the signs (pictures) even though they might not be able to read words, and above all be safe when using them Even the simplest of products can be a nightmare to use if poorly designed. Our ancestors didn't have this problem. They could simply make things to suit themselves. These days, the designers of products are often far removed from the end users, which makes it vital to adopt an ergonomic, user-centred approach to design, including studying peoples rubbish throwing habits, talking to them and asking them to test things.

The bin is too BIG The bin is too SMALL The bin is the right size to be used safely and comfortably. Ergonomics : This trolley is the correct size This trolley is the incorrect size What are the problems with having a trolley that is TOO SMALL?

Productions Methods: Productions Methods/ Scales of Production: One product is made Batch is another word for group. A group of products are made Lotsa MASSive amount

One off production method Batch production method Mass production method Productions Methods/ Scales of Production: One off production method: Batch production method: Mass production method: One off production is the production of ONE product. My toy box will be a one off product

as I am only making ONE. Batch production is the production or manufacture of a GROUP or BATCH of IDENTICAL products. I will be using CAD and CAM to design and make a logo for my toy box I will be able to batch produce it. Here is a list of processes / tools that help in the production of identical products: Templates Jigs Formers Mass production is the production of a huge volume of products.

One off production is very slow and often makes little profit. The items made are expensive to buy because of this. Stencils CAD/CAM Moulds Mass production is only possible when CAD and CAM is used. This is because computer aided manufacture machines are able to work 24/7 365 days a year. The machines are able to work at a fast rate and produce many items in a short period of time.

The disadvantage of relying on CAD and CAM Is that many people in the manufacturing industry has lost their jobs. Also when the machine break down the production stops. Examples of products that are mass produced: Cars, drinks bottles, computer parts. Jig Cans Productions Methods: Batch Production: When making more than one product (a batch) you need to use certain equipment /

methods to help you make the products IDENTICAL CAD and CAM Formers Batch Production Moulds Templates Productions Methods: Productions Methods: Productions Methods:

Productions Methods: Productions Methods: Single Batch Continuous

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