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During the academic year 2012/13 students were asked to produce a dice and base ...

During the academic year 2012/13 students were asked to produce a dice and base
paperweight in the School of Engineering, Technology and Maritime Operations workshops.
You are required to complete a full set of drawings for the components and discuss the
manufacturing processes needed, along with the equipment required to produce the
paperweight.
A representation of the paperweight is shown below (Figure 1), however, all dimensions are
entirely at your discretion although it is recommended that the dice base is no greater than
50mm square.

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    • Reference ENR-PP-LA-3-07 Document title Coursework template Revision 1.0 Date 10/10/2010 Author SE/IJ Coursework Title – Referral Coursework Module Name: Engineering Design Practice Module Code: 4001ME Level: 1 Credit Rating: 20 Lecturers: Mr T. Dunmore and Mr J. Carrier Contact: If you have any issues with this coursework you may contact your lecturer. Contact details are: Email: a.dunmore@ljmu.ac.uk Tel: 0151 231 2344 Room: B4 (James Parson Building, Byrom Street Email: a.j.carrier@ljmu.ac.uk Tel: 0151 231 2099 Room: 127B (James Parson Building, Byrom Street) Hand-in Date: 5th August 2013 - Your coursework should be submitted to the campus centre. Programmes: MEng/BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering, MEng/BEng (Hons) Automotive Engineering, MEng/BEng (Hons) Mechanical & Marine Engineering School of Engineering, Technology and Maritime Operations
    • Reference ENR-PP-LA-3-07 Document title Coursework template Revision 1.0 Date 10/10/2010 Author SE/IJ Assignment Brief Referral Engineering Design Practice Assignment This assignment requires you to complete a project for the module “Engineering Design Practice”. You are required to submit the work to the campus centre by the 5th August 2013. The project During the academic year 2012/13 students were asked to produce a dice and base paperweight in the School of Engineering, Technology and Maritime Operations workshops. You are required to complete a full set of drawings for the components and discuss the manufacturing processes needed, along with the equipment required to produce the paperweight. A representation of the paperweight is shown below (Figure 1), however, all dimensions are entirely at your discretion although it is recommended that the dice base is no greater than 50mm square. Figure 1 Photograph and Exploded View of Paperweight
    • Reference ENR-PP-LA-3-07 Document title Coursework template Revision 1.0 Date 10/10/2010 Author SE/IJ The final submission should be in the form of a technical report and should include the following:- An Introduction A brief introduction to the project. Part One -The Dice/Base Paperweight Drawings using Solidworks 1. An engineering drawing in 1st angle of each part, with full dimensions and annotations. 2. An engineering drawing of the paperweight assembly. 3. A 3D Solid model of the Dice/Base/Bolt assembly. 4. An engineering drawing exploded view of the paperweight assembly with bill of materials. Part Two – Dice Manufacture 1. Explain in detail ALL the manufacturing processes required to produce the Dice/Base in chronological order. 2. Comment on workshop equipment required and the materials used to produce the paperweight. Conclusion Should include a brief summary of the project. Please ensure that you complete the drawings on an A4 drawing template The marks for the portfolio are divided as follows:-  Introduction 5%  Part One – Dice/Base/Assembly/BOM 40%  Part Two – Manufacturing Process 30%  Conclusion 5%  General quality of presentation 20% Total 100%
    • Reference ENR-PP-LA-3-07 Document title Coursework template Revision 1.0 Date 10/10/2010 Author SE/IJ Guide to Performance Criteria 70% and above: Your work must be of outstanding quality and fully meet the requirements of the coursework specification and learning outcomes stated. You must show independent thinking and apply this to your work showing originality and consideration of key issues. 60% - 70%: Your work must be of good quality and meet the requirements of the coursework specification and learning outcomes stated. You must demonstrate some originality in your work and show this by applying new learning to the key issues of the coursework. 50% - 60%: Your work must be comprehensive and meet all of the requirements stated by the coursework specification and learning outcomes. You must show a good understanding of the key concepts and be able to apply them to solve the problem set by the coursework. 40% - 50%: Your work must be of a standard that meets the requirements stated by the coursework specification and learning outcomes. You must show a reasonable level of understanding of the key concepts and principles and you must have applied this knowledge to the coursework problem. Below 40%: Your work is of poor quality and does not meet the requirements stated by the coursework specification and learning outcomes. There is a lack of understanding of key concepts and knowledge. Plagiarism Plagiarism is considered as academic misconduct. The University takes cases of plagiarism very seriously and all alleged cases of academic misconduct will be investigated thoroughly by a School Investigatory Panel. Students are advised to ensure that any coursework submitted is their own work or, where the work of others is referred to (this includes any third-part material e.g. text, images, diagrams, drawings), it is correctly referenced. The University defines plagiarism in the following way:  The representation of the work, written or otherwise, of any other person, from any source whatsoever, as the candidate's own. Examples of plagiarism may be as follows:  The verbatim copying of another's work without clear identification and acknowledgement – including the downloading of materials from the internet without proper referencing and acknowledgement  The close paraphrasing of another's work by simply changing a few words or altering the order of presentation, without clear identification and acknowledgement.  Unidentified and unacknowledged quotation of phrases from another's work.  The deliberate and detailed presentation of another's concept as one's own.
    • Reference ENR-PP-LA-3-07 Document title Coursework template Revision 1.0 Date 10/10/2010 Author SE/IJ For more information you are directed to following the university websites:  Information regarding plagiarism: http://www.ljmu.ac.uk/StudentServices/81924.htm  Information on study skills: http://www.ljmu.ac.uk/lea/78126.htm  Information regarding referencing: http://www.ljmu.ac.uk/lea/78127.htm