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  • Research Materials Marley Emerich DT AEvery designed 3-D product is made from a material. Materials come in many different forms. Ex: timber, metal, plastics, and others known as resistant materials. Textiles, cloth, paper, etc, are known as compliant materials. for our moving toy project we are going to consider mainly “resistant” materials. Wood: There are two types of natural wood, softwood and hardwood (ex. Cherry Oak). The names don’t really have anything to do with the hardness of the wood, it depends on the tree. Also, there are manmade woods such as blockboard and chipboard which are made in factories. Metals:Metal comes naturally form the ground in the form of a solid or liquid. There are two types of metal. Ferrous metal, which contains iron and non-ferrous metal, which do NOT contain iron. Metal’s today are used for many things including jewelry, electronics, and screws. Plastics: Made in 1862. A material that the vast majority of objects worldwide is made of. Plastic can be melted and shaped but it is harmful to the environment. There are two types of plastics, but both are (all plastic is) base on polyer (a molecule). Textiles: A flexible material made of natural or artificial fibers. Textiles are formed by weaving, knitting,
  • crocheting, knotting, or pressing fibers together. They can be used for clothing, place mats, blankets, hankercheifs, rags,shoes, towels, curtains, to even parachutes and balloons.
  • Wood Metal Plastic TextilesSoftwood: Ferrous Metal: Thermosetting Plastic: Animal Textiles:Comes from Coniferous trees. A piece of cloth or flexible Pure or wrought iron. Also When “set”, these plasticsThey are known for being easy material made of animal hairto cut and shape. Softwood includes mild, stainless, or can be shaped or molded or animal hair fibers that havetrees tend to grow faster than carbon steel. Many are into a certain object. Bowls been made by weaving,hardwood. Are better for the magnetic. are an example of this. The knitting, crocheting, knotting,environment. bond between the or pressing fibers together.Examples: Pine Non-Ferrous Metal: Ex: Wool, Silk, Leather, molecules is very strong andCheap because of it’s Mohaircommon use. Used in a lot of they are linked together in afurniture and is easy to use. The more common metal certain way that doesn’t Yarn: known to people. Aluminum, allow these plastics to beHardwood: sliver, copper, lead, and A long continuos string of recycled. interlocked fibers. Thread is a brass. Most are used to Ex: Glue, PolyurethaneComes from Deciduous trees. type of yarn intended forThey take longer to grow and make machines or Paint sewing. Manufactured yarnthe wood tends to be very electronics and are quite sometimes has a wax coat onhard and tough to manage. light in weight. Copper can Thermoplastics: it.Leaves are flat and thin. be used for pipes, andExample: Mahogany Mineral Textiles: Aluminum for window Can be re-heated and re-Expensive for it’s quality like frames and kitchen shaped because of their Made of asbestos and basaltOak. Good for furniture. appliances. weak chemical and fibers. Used for sheeting, andManmade woods: molecule bond. These adhesives, stage curtains, and plastics can be recycled. fire blankets. Glass fibre is used for making astronautEx: Hardboard Ex: Nylon, Styrofoam, helmets.Made from pulped wood Acrylic, Polyethylene, andfibers. Smooth on only 1 Polytheneside.
  • BibliographyInformation from the internet:http://www.technologystudent.com/designpro/metals1.htmhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Textilehttp://www.technologystudent.com/designpro/plastic1.htmhttp://greenlifestylemagazine.net/issue-5/animal-textiles.phphttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/YarnImages:http://www.easychinasupply.com/selling_list/archive304/304_107.htmlhttp://www.danielsfloors.com/id2.html
  • http://www.yorkshiretimbermerchants.co.uk/softwoods.htmlMetals:http://www.aluminum-profiles.com/products/aluminum_tube.htmhttp://www.marketresearchlatinamerica.com/colombia/http://www.grandcaymancruiseexcursions.com/SilverCityGrandCayman.htmPlastics:http://www.partwell.com/products/business-unit-3/sign-making-supplies/acrylic-plastic-sheet-product.htmlhttp://www.james-strocel.com/tag/environment/http://www.scootersupport.com/airless-tire.htmTextileshttp://hajustbecauseican.blogspot.com/2010_04_01_archive.htmlhttp://www.faqs.org/photo-dict/phrase/3061/wool-ball.html
  • http://laterallineco.com/catalog/miles-technical-fishing-tshirt-p-30.htmlTextbook:Bull, Peter. Design and Technology. London, England: Letts Educational, 2000. Print.