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Designing Technology

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Introduction Syllabus Requirements: 180 hours. standard & more elevated amounts. particular development. for all intents and purposes based. sex adjusted. wellbeing & security cognizant.

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The Vision Progression from junior cycle . Proceed with positive parts of current syllabus. Plan and make approach. Practically, precision and nature of wrap up. ICT aptitudes and advanced designing strategies. Wellbeing & security.

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Key Changes Structure, configuration and substance. Center and five alternatives. Two alternatives decided for further study. Diminished appraisal segments. No specific point.

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Aims To build up understudy's critical thinking techniques and strategies. Vital components are capacity, frame, exactness and nature of complete of ancient rarities in addition to verbal, composed and realistic correspondence.

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Manufacturing Techniques & Technology Material Science Decorative Metal Craft Core Power, Energy & Control Computer Aided Processes Syllabus Structure

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Contents of Core Health & Safety Manufacturing Techniques & Technology Material Science Drawing & Design Computer Aided Processes Power & Energy Electronics Mechanisms 9 Elements Pneumatics

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Computer Aided Processes - Option Parametric 3D CAD Modeling Using CAD for outline Drawing era & dimensioning Animation of gatherings Printing or Plotting CAM & utilizations of CAM

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Decorative Metalcraft - Option Decorative plan methods Beaten Metalwork Jewelry procedures Enameling strategies & outlines Etching methods & outlines Surface treatment & completes Thermal joining forms Casting (low softening point amalgams & polymers) Hot & Cold shaping History of Celtic Metalwork

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Power, Energy & Control - Option Computer interfacing Generating Energy Application of control gadgets Control of pneumatic and electronic frameworks Efficiency of frameworks Feedback instruments Defining electrical & mechanical power

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Manufacturing Techniques & Technology - Option Design & Manufacture Machining systems Hard binding Welding aptitudes & strategies Shaping of plastics Joining methods Heat medications of steel Metrology

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Materials Science - Option Properties of materials Structure of materials Macro & small scale examination of materials Corrosion tests Origin of materials Production of Materials testing Recycling

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New Elements (Core & Options) Electronics Pneumatics Mechanisms Recycling Framework for outline Product outline Presentation & reporting Freehand portraying Orthographic drawing Pictorial drawing Computer phrasing Computer Aided Drawing (CAD) Computer Aided Machining (CAM)

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New Elements – (Options Only) Jewelry making procedures Celtic metalwork systems Welding of plastics Micro examination of steels Composite materials Computer interfacing

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Elements Retained Marking out & Measuring Hand Tools Power devices Bending and collapsing of light gage sheet material and polymers Lathe Drilling and penetrating machines Hard & delicate fastening Electric Arc & Inert Gas Welding Oxy/acetylene welding Riveting Screwing & Tapping Hardening & Tempering Annealing & Normalizing Case Hardening Equilibrium Diagrams Properties of materials Structure of materials Beaten Metalwork Origin & creation of materials Enameling Etching Dip covering Corrosion Forging Metrology Thermo and Thermosetting plastics Materials Testing

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Reading the Syllabus

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Assessment There are two evaluation parts Student Project Terminal examination paper (composed)

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Assessment - Project Ordinary level (A dimensioned drawing which will incorporate a component that must be planned) Higher-level (An outline and make extend from a given brief) Student Project = 40 hours class time Student Project + Folder = half of the imprints

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Ordinary Level Candidates Produce a segment from a dimensioned drawing. Drawing will incorporate a component that must be composed. Proof of the outline procedure displayed in a going with organizer. Extend must be produced in the Engineering Technology Room. Proposed fruition dates for the different phases of the plan procedure. The educator will be required to verify the understudies work.

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Higher Level Candidates Use of fitting assembling methods. Utilization of reasonable materials. Dimensional exactness. Joining forms utilized. Machining abilities and methods. Get together of finished venture. Complete and appearance of finished part.

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Terminal Examination Paper The paper will be separated into two areas: Section An and segment B. half of the imprints dispensed to every area. Proposals The Ordinary level paper = 2 hour term. The Higher level paper = 2 1/2 hour span. Terminal paper = half of the imprints

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Professional Development (Survey) Control Technology Beginners CAD

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Professional Development (Survey) Competent Communication of Design, Sketching & Presentation Power & Energy

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Source of data: Web website: Specific Queries: Email: Resource CD & Information Pack Next in-administration ? Educator Professional Network Preparing for Change

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Read the Syllabus Document. Examine impacts of usage of new syllabus. Audit gear and materials necessities. Check the substance of the Resource CD Look up recommended sites Send an email to: Preparing for Change