Shape 2020, mini loader by Harry Kermode. Image: Daniel Boud

Shape 2020 Student Portfolios – Industrial Technology

Exhibition
27 February - 9 May 2021, 10am-5pm Powerhouse Museum

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Mini Loader

Harry Kermode

“Harry used varied techniques to plan the construction of the Mini Loader. He has used the opportunity to construct prototypes to support the functional aspects of the project (page 42) and has visualised the final project through the development of rendered 3D models.”

Examination Criteria

Links between planning and production

Marking Guideline

Completed project relates closely to what was intended. Close links between actual construction processes, management and thorough research and planning are evident and clearly articulated.

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Mountain Bike

Jeremiah Lee

“Jeremiah appropriately applied a variety of hand drawing techniques and skills and coupled these with CAD drawing to demonstrate individual components of the mountain bike. His use of exploded rendered sketches (page 18-24) demonstrates skill in applying drawing techniques critical to the outcomes associated with Industrial Technology – Graphics.”

Examination Criteria

Presentation skills and techniques including ICT skills.

Marking Guideline

Demonstrates a wide range of presentation skills and techniques, including ICT skills, appropriate to the development of a major project.

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Electronic Tank Robot

Nicholas White

“Nicholas has demonstrated how to best develop production drawings for Industrial Technology – Electronics that are represented in the development of the final project. The circuit diagrams (page 31-32) layout the different working components of the project and show a direct link between the aesthetic requirements for the robot tank and the circuitry required to drive the design.”

Examination Criteria

Development of ideas, sketching and idea generation, prototyping, modelling, and testing, and in developing production and working drawings.

Marking Guideline

Demonstrates very high level skills in sketching and idea generation, prototyping, modelling and testing, and in developing production and working drawings.

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Custom Chairs

Sophia Maltman

“Sophia has demonstrated that consideration of safe work practices in the development of an Industrial Technology Timber and Furnishings project extends beyond a labelled photograph indicating the use of PPE when using machinery. Sophia has developed and applied the use of a suitable risk assessment (page 34) demonstrating a considered approach when constructing her project.”

Examination Criteria

Evidence of OH&S (WHS) and safe work practices.

Marking Guideline

Demonstrates the use of a wide range of appropriate OHS (WHS) and safe work practices through suitable documentation and evidence.

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Bubba the Elephant

Nirel Dimaunahan

“Nirel has demonstrated a unique application of a challenging marking criteria when applied to Industrial Technology – Multimedia. Her folio demonstrates a typical multimedia Storyboard in the development of ideas, however she has properly linked the intent of a scene in the storyboard to the selection and justification of materials, processes and resources by detailing the production software used to develop each scene.”

Examination Criteria

Selection and Justification of appropriate materials, processes, technologies and resources.

Marking Guideline

Justifies the selection of appropriate materials, processes, technologies and resources.

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