Process journal (Marking “ICE
FLOW” and cutting)
Today, I started the second piece, which is the “ICE
FLOW”. First of all, today I had a single period of DT.
Which means that I haven’t got enough time. Plus, we took
so long time to check the process journal. My 2nd piece
was in as a HUGE piece of wood. So Mr. Anderson had to
cut mine. However, he was checking the others that
haven’t done the process journal and I needed to wait
him. During the waiting time, I marked like wavy shape on
Mr. Anderson came and first he cut the HUGE wood with a
machine that in next-door of where we make things.
Finally, I got my piece. When I was about to cut the
shape that where I marked, he told me that he needed to
cut the half. Because it was quiet big and large when I
put the “Penguin’s body” on the “ICE FLOW”. So he cut it
Now it was the time to cut the shape. I took some
pictures of I cutting the shape by using a coping saw.
When I finish taking pictures, it was time to pack up. I
felt sad, because I though I was going to cut most of the
part. But I couldn’t reach the goal…
Today I also have some comments about Mr. Anderson. I
hope that he checks the process journal quickly. I know
that when some people don’t do their homework, it will
take some long time. However, think about people that
done the homework. We need to wait for Mr. Anderson to
come to us and I think that it is quiet wasting time. I
know it’s not Mr. Anderson’s fault. So the message that I
want to say is, I hope we don’t waste our time. During 15
minutes, I can cut 1/3 part of piece.
The leaner profile for today was balance and
communication. I needed to mark the shape as equally.
Like balancing. Plus, I needed to discuss with Mr.
Anderson about how will I make and how to cut. The
learner profile for this project is risk-taker. We need
to risk take to use some tools.
Such as Coping saw, Tenon saw,
Pull saw, Disc- sander.
This picture is how I marked my “ICE FLOW”. See? There is
some wavy shape and it looks like ice.
I am cutting it by using Coping
This is the one that I
took at the very last
lesson of DT. This
picture shows I did finish until here.