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===Step Two===
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Complete the following designs to demonstrate your ability to use the machines.
 
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[[File:Walker_Tag.JPG|200 px|right|thumb|frame|Backpack Tag]]
 
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'''a)''' Laser cutter: Select a piece of thin plywood from the bin labelled "Digital 1," and design and make a backpack tag for that size piece of wood like the one in the picture. Use a vector graphics software package (Illustrator, Corel Draw, Inkscape) to lay out the tag and then use the laser cutter to fabricate it from a small piece of scrap plywood. The slot for the plastic loop should have inside dimensions of 5mm x 15mm. When your tag is complete, ask the Ninja for a plastic loop.
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'''a)''' Laser cutter: Select a piece of thin plywood from the bin labelled "Digital 1," and design and make a backpack tag for that size piece of wood like the one in the picture. Use a vector graphics software package (Illustrator, Corel Draw, Inkscape) to lay out the tag and then use the laser cutter to fabricate it from a small piece of scrap plywood. The slot for the plastic loop should have inside dimensions of 5mm x 15mm. When your tag is complete, ask the Ninja for a plastic loop.-->

Revision as of 18:23, 26 August 2020

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This is the basic training for use of the simpler digital rapid prototyping tools. Completion of the Digital-1 training allows access to

Step One

Read through the presentation linked below and complete the quiz at the end.

Digital-1 Presentation

Backpack Tag

a) Laser cutter: Select a piece of thin plywood from the bin labelled "Digital 1," and design and make a backpack tag for that size piece of wood like the one in the picture. Use a vector graphics software package (Illustrator, Corel Draw, Inkscape) to lay out the tag and then use the laser cutter to fabricate it from a small piece of scrap plywood. The slot for the plastic loop should have inside dimensions of 5mm x 15mm. When your tag is complete, ask the Ninja for a plastic loop.-->