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View of Lego Brick drawn in 2D Design, showing Measurements and Accuracy! - This is a view of my lego brick drawn in 2D Design, it shows ACCURACY, SCALE, DIMENSIONS, DRAWING STANDARDS.

Labled are the dimensions of each part of my design. There are the three views of each side of the product.
Exploded view of the lego brick drawn in 2D Design - This is an in depth view at one part of my lego brick drawn on 2D Design. It features dimensions with ROUNDED CORNERS, to scale.
My Calculator Project - Caterpillar Design - This is the design for my caterpillar calculator design on 2D Design. It was cut out using a lazer cutter which was simple to do just sending it to "print" on the machine downstairs in the workshop. Therefore its a great project to be used in schools allowing students to experiment using the different tools on 2D Design to create something physical when cut out of acrylic. It has 3 layers to produce the desired thickness of the calculator.
Creating my napkin holder/stand. - These are the components I used to create a napkin dispenser/holder/stand last year. There are 6 parts, all of which fit together to create my desired project. This was to be cut using a lazer cutter onto acrylic which is an easy process to use with students in a school environment as it is simple in which you send the design to the lazer cutter which cuts it out for you.

Adding an image to 2D Design - Adding a frog picture onto my 2D Design packaging net. Changing the colours... See next picture.
Adding an Image to 2D Design - In 2D Design you are able to add an image to a surface to decorate or add to a design. In this case I chose to insert a picture of a frog onto my packaging to decorate. I configured the setting to change the colours of the frog to make it more attractive to the consumer I had in mind.
A Net made for a Box in 2D Design - In 2D Design you are able to design nets for boxes or packaging or select one of the many pre-prepared and designed boxes on the software programme enabling you to edit, transform and add to the existing design.

This is the first step to creating my pewter casting mould before filling and putting in the contours. This shape is easy to draw using the "line tools" and is drawn inside the box, measured using the measurement tools on 2D Design, the same size as the wood I would cut from.
I found this project very satisfying and learnt alot from process of drawing to cutting through the CNC Machine.
Creating a CNC Cutting Mould for Pewter Casting using 2D Design - This is made using simple line tools to create the design, then using the fill and contour features to allow room for the thickness of the drill piece as is a pewter casting mould to be drilled using a CNC cutting machine. This product would be suitable for schools as it is simple and easy to carry through independantly.

This shows ACCURACY and SCALE whilst drawing in measurement for the wooden mould available and DESIGN MANUFACTURING, TOOL REQUIREMENTS and EFFICIENCY.
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Various - 2D Design
Sarah Woodward
Nottingham, United Kingdom