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RESINATED CORE SLABS (15m)
This is material that has been cut...
This design, make and evaluate activity asks students to create a bridge from a range of simple materials (I.e. pasta, card). A number of bridges from across the world are used as inspiration for the students designs.
This resource provides step-by-step instructions on how Fusion 360 can be used to create a cam and follower, including basic rendering and movement of the cam and follow components around an axle.
This resource from Boxford facilitates the manufacture of a teaching aid for spur gears for use in the classroom. It includes CAD drawings of the gears and backing plate, which could be used to manufacture the device using a laser cutter. There is also a picture of the finished item.
This resource from Boxford provides CAD files for the manufacture of a teaching aid for mechanisms. It includes photographs of the final product and CAD drawings of the component parts used, for manufacture by hand or laser cutter.
Produced by the Technology Enhancement programme (TEP), these materials help students to understand, design and prototype mechanisms (including levers, gears and linkages). The resource also supports students to work through some of the mathematical concepts involved in calculating gear ratio.
Young Iggy Peck is an architect
and has been since he was two,
when he built a great tower - in only an hour -
with nothing but diapers and glue.
Inside this book you can cross all sorts of bridges, climb to the top of the tallest towers and down into some of the longest tunnels.
This collection of classroom presentations, student worksheets and student revision activities support the teaching of:
- types of motion (I.e. reciprocating, oscillating, linear, rotary)
- gears (I.e. bevel, idler, gear trains
- levers (I.e. first order, second order, third...