Process journal <Filing & Sanding>
Oct. 28th 2010
1. What did I do?
Today I did some filing and sanding my project. I
didn’t have much time to do other piece. We only had
one period of DT. So first of all, when I went to DT
workshop I wore apron and then took coping saw and
half-round file. I used half- round file to make the
2. The emotion
When I was using disc-sander to sand my project, I was
a bit worried about I would cut the project really in
bad way. Plus I used coping saw to cut my penguin’s
mouth. When the coping saw stick in the project, I
always think I might break the blade. However I didn’t
break the blade yet and I hope I wouldn’t break the
blade in this project.
3. Changes to your plan
I had some changes in my plan. After I finished with
cutting and filing the “penguin” and “Ice Flow”, I felt
that my penguin’s mouth is quiet big and looks weird.
So I cut the mouthpart to look more realistic.
4. What’s next?
When I am back from the holiday (Nov 1st and 2nd), I
will still need to file and sand my thing. Maybe I will
make some realistic ice. Which means I need to do some
cutting to. Woohoo I cannot imagine my moving toy. The
Now, I am in creating stage. I guess I am in the middle
part of creating stage. I still need to cut more wheels
and the handle. Ohh I almost forgot the ballet clothe.
I REALLY DO NEED the ballet cloth.
6. A.O.I & Learner Profile
The A.O.I of this project is
human ingenuity, because
human ingenuity means made
by man. We are actually
making the toy by ourselves. The learner profile of
today is thinker because I needed to think I should cut
the mouthpart and need to sand my project again.
7. Pictures & Diagrams
I am using Disc-sander to sand my project. ->
I am using half- round
file to file the side
Me using the Disc- sander ->
After I cut the penguin’s
mouth and I took this
photo at the end of the