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    hi everyone,
    short but how the hell can you posiibly revis fot eh d.t exam in june exam board is aqa sitting the as level paper, and have no clue how to revise and what will be expecyed to be on the paper anyone can offer me some advice and help??!
    thanks!
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    If its dt: product design you need to know;

    Section A: Materials and Components
    natural woods, man made board, veners and laminates, ferrous metals, alloys, polymers, Biodegradable’ polymers, Elastomers, Composites, Compliant materials, smart materials, modern materials, Product components and adhesive.


    Section B: Design and Market Influences
    Environmental/Sustainability Issues, Ergonomics and anthropometrics, Inclusive Design, Consumer Safety
    Section C: Processes and Manufacture
    Fabrication methods:Woods; Traditional joining methods including: mortise and tenon, dowel, dovetail and comb Knock Down Fittings and fastenings
    Metals;Permanent joining methods such as: soldering, brazing, riveting, welding (including oxy-acetylene, MIG and spot) Temporary joining methods such as self-tapping screws, machine screws, nut and bolt
    Plastics; Permanent joining methods including plastic welding and bonding with adhesives
    Forming methods:
    Woods; Techniques including steam bending and laminating Metals
    Techniques including: press forming, cupping and deep drawing, drop forging and wrought iron forging techniques


    Plastics; Techniques including: vacuum forming, thermoforming and line bending
    Composites Lay-up’ resin techniques, laminating, casting including: concrete and resin
    Redistribution methods. Casting (including: sand, die and investment) Extrusion techniques to manufacture bar and profiles


    Metals
    Casting, spinning and pressing
    Cermets
    Sintering


    Polymers
    Moulding processes including: injection moulding, blow moulding, rotational moulding and compression moulding


    Wasting processes
    Common wasting processes including: drilling, turning and milling
    Profile or shape cutting using routers, millers, flame cutting, and laser cutting
    Piercing and blanking processes
    CAM Processing
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    well whoever u are i love u that was great help! even though half the stuff you mentioned i have no clue of what it is :/
    (Original post by Sunatthida)
    If its dt: product design you need to know;

    Section A: Materials and Components
    natural woods, man made board, veners and laminates, ferrous metals, alloys, polymers, Biodegradable’ polymers, Elastomers, Composites, Compliant materials, smart materials, modern materials, Product components and adhesive.


    Section B: Design and Market Influences
    Environmental/Sustainability Issues, Ergonomics and anthropometrics, Inclusive Design, Consumer Safety
    Section C: Processes and Manufacture
    Fabrication methods:Woods; Traditional joining methods including: mortise and tenon, dowel, dovetail and comb Knock Down Fittings and fastenings
    Metals;Permanent joining methods such as: soldering, brazing, riveting, welding (including oxy-acetylene, MIG and spot) Temporary joining methods such as self-tapping screws, machine screws, nut and bolt
    Plastics; Permanent joining methods including plastic welding and bonding with adhesives
    Forming methods:
    Woods; Techniques including steam bending and laminating Metals
    Techniques including: press forming, cupping and deep drawing, drop forging and wrought iron forging techniques


    Plastics; Techniques including: vacuum forming, thermoforming and line bending
    Composites Lay-up’ resin techniques, laminating, casting including: concrete and resin
    Redistribution methods. Casting (including: sand, die and investment) Extrusion techniques to manufacture bar and profiles


    Metals
    Casting, spinning and pressing
    Cermets
    Sintering


    Polymers
    Moulding processes including: injection moulding, blow moulding, rotational moulding and compression moulding


    Wasting processes
    Common wasting processes including: drilling, turning and milling
    Profile or shape cutting using routers, millers, flame cutting, and laser cutting
    Piercing and blanking processes
    CAM Processing
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    (Original post by imdumbuneedhelp)
    well whoever u are i love u that was great help! even though half the stuff you mentioned i have no clue of what it is :/

    Haha, okay.. Well good luck with your exam!
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    (Original post by Sunatthida)
    Haha, okay.. Well good luck with your exam!
    thanks same with u!
 
 
 
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