|Design shown from the front with the bar to stabilize the iPad|
Background: This student has been responsible for several high quality designs and projects this year, including this 'deluxe' iPad stand featuring a Unicorn as part of the design. This project was intended for an older recipient, as a result of which other than the penalization on the rear of the design (see below) was deliberately kept to a minimum. The student as noted above was responsible for every aspect of managing the project from initial design and concept, the Tinkercad creation of the design, the checking and the proofing of the design (consulting wiht another student to ensure that it would be a successful print). The sole responsibility of the teacher was to print the project and suggest that two different PLA plastic were used to highlight the 'EBS" font/title that was on the back inside the speech bubble.
|Design showing the penalization|
Time frame: Twenty One hours for the base. There would have been some flexibility had the student decided to include a draw in the base or reduce the width and the depth of some of the sides etc.
|Design from above showing storage|
What we would do differently/next steps for students: We have experiment by having the students insert draws or storage into designs like this, the student opted not to do so in this case. We also could have used three different base PLA colours as the speech bubble shown above could have been printed in a separate colour to