Commit f36c06f1 authored by wendy's avatar wendy
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Make something [big](http://blog.ted.com/2008/07/15/digitally_fabbe/) (on a CNC machine).
## Learning outcomes:
* Document the process of design and production to demonstrate correct workflows and identify areas for improvement if needed
* Demonstrate 2D design development for CNC production
* Describe workflows for CNC production
## Have you:
* Explained how you made your files for machining (2D or 3D)
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Networking needs to be more clearly defined here. Like expressing the need to have multiple controllers communicating using addressing.
## Learning outcomes:
* Demonstrate workflows used in network design and construction
* Demonstrate workflows used in network design
* Implement and interpret networking protocols
## Have you:
* Described your design and fabrication process using words/images/screenshots.
* Described your project using words/images/screenshots/diagrams.
* Explained the programming process/es you used.
* Outlined problems and how you fixed them
* Included original design files and code
* Included original design files (or linked to previous weeks where they are located) and code
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1. Design files and code must be present in the archive in generically readable forms such as DXFs, STLs, etc., as well as in the original editable format (antimony, solidworks, eagle, CAD, etc).
2. Externally host your large files (+1MB) and link to them (discuss with instructor first).
2. Externally host your large files (+10MB) and link to them (discuss with instructor first).
3. Acknowledge work done by others.
3. Acknowledge work done by others, especially Open Licensed work.
4. Take photos, notes and screenshots as you work - compress and resize your images for web. Use these to explain and describe what you do. A ‘hero shot’ is the best photo showing your finished project.
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## Have you:
* Described your design and fabrication process using words/images/screenshots.
* Described your design and fabrication process using words/images/screenshots or linked to previous examples.
* Explained the programming process/es you used and how the microcontroller datasheet helped you.
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* Outlined problems and how you fixed them
* Included original code
* Included original code (or a screenshot of the app code if that's not possible)
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## Have you:
* Imagined and outlined possibilities and described how to make them probabilities
* Outlined future possibilities and described how to make them probabilities
* Prepared a draft summary slide and video
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* Implement and interpret programming protocols
## Have you:
* Described your design and fabrication process using words/images/screenshots.
* Described your design and fabrication process using words/images/screenshots, or linked to previous examples.
* Explained the programming process/es you used and how the microcontroller datasheet helped you.
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## Have you:
* sketched your final project idea/s
* described what it will do and who will use it
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Track and document your progress.
## Learning outcomes:
* Evaluate project plan
* Implement project plan
* Apply time management techniques
* Summarise and communicate the essence of a project
* Summarise and communicate the essence of your project development
## Have you answered these questions:
* what is the deadline? How much time do I have left?
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