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Introduction

The amp project is a fun project, and will build on the skills you have already learnt in the other projects you have made. There are several ways to make the housing, which could be made from card, wood or acrylic..

  • Diagosing faults
  • Mark out 90mm x 2 and 130mm x 2
  • Fingernail first!
  • Engineers rule for accuracy
  • Always use a tri-square to mark out right angles
  • The thickness of the wood can be used to mark out quickly
  • Set the marking gauge to 12mm
  • Just slide the gauge on the wood
  • Check all marking out before cutting
  • Label corners A~A, B~B, C~C, D~D
  •  cut waste area with a
  • QC measure line 4 pieces up to check
  • Line up, and amend!
  • Shade in the area you are going to cut out (the waste)
  • D, one design movement chosen, and no notes!
  • C, good artwork, no evaluation or notes
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  • A, Imaginative ideas. Good range of design movement
Diagosing faults1 2 Mark out 90mm x 2 and 130mm x 23 Fingernail first!4 Engineers rule for accuracy5 Always use a tri-square to mark out right angles6 The thickness of the wood can be used to mark out quickly7 Set the marking gauge to 12mm8 Just slide the gauge on the wood9 Check all marking out before cutting10 Label corners A~A, B~B, C~C, D~D11  cut waste area with a 12 QC measure line 4 pieces up to check13 Line up, and amend!14 Shade in the area you are going to cut out (the waste)15 D, one design movement chosen, and no notes!16 C, good artwork, no evaluation or notes17 B, because excellent creativity, clear links to movement18 A, Imaginative ideas. Good range of design movement19
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We will take you throught the electronics section stage by stage, teaching you how to solder, the function of the different parts and how to diagnose faults.

Aims of the project

Introduction to electronics

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