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    Hi all, just wondering what people think of my GCSE resistant materials project? It is a gadget tidy where the acrylic prisms can be rearranged. I just need to some opinions for part of my coursework. If you would like any more pictures just ask. Negative points welcome, Thanks


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    I don't really get what it would be used for but it looks good I hated doing resistant materials in year 8 o_o
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    (Original post by gomg)
    I don't really get what it would be used for but it looks good I hated doing resistant materials in year 8 o_o
    Thanks, it is basically used to store any gadgets/technological items when not in use, this could be your phone, chargers, headphones or even a games console controller.
    ^hope that helps


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    It's just some triangles. I could make that.


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    Dem triangles
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    Well... it's simple.
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    Maybe I did't explain enough, it has been laser cut out, and routed on the bottom, it's not exactly been simple to make, but yes it is a simple concept. I will post some more photos tomorrow of it in different shapes


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    To be honest, compared to the things people make at my school, it's very simple. Maybe try making a wooden structure in which you could insert the prisms?
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    It's going to be difficult to take things in and out, is all I can say.

    Unless (and it looks like it) the top of it isn't sealed and it can be 'unfolded', but then there will be the problem of when you fill up the storage, it will push outwards and won't stay shut (you'll need a clip or something to keep it shut).
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    I'd say it's a little bit under-ambitious, maybe? I appreciate that it's been laser cut but I don't quite understand how that's a cumulative year's worth of work.
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    (Original post by Chlorophile)
    I'd say it's a little bit under-ambitious, maybe? I appreciate that it's been laser cut but I don't quite understand how that's a cumulative year's worth of work.
    It's not a year's worth if work, the project has to be done in 45 hours, and I think I had even less time due to materials not arriving from the company I ordered from.
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    This product looks good! Although it looks simple it's quite unique which is a good selling point from the market side of things


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