Becoming a Maker

193.4307- BA – 193.3307 | MA

תקציר

  • הבנת השלבים השונים בתהליך הפיתוח
  • התנסות בתכנון ופיתוח אב-טיפוס תוך שימוש בטכנולוגיות בקרי ארדואינו והדפסת תלת מימד
  • התנסות בעבודת צוות בין תחומית לפתרון האתגר

About the Course

Time: Summer 2020 Wednesdays, 17.00-19.30

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Credits: 2

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Lecturer: Mr. Or Lustig

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Location: Laboratory Class 014, Dylan Building, Downtown Campus

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Level: The course is intended for graduate students – Level 4, but will also be open to third-year undergraduate students – Level 3

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Pre-requisites: None

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Description

The course will combine a theoretical understanding of rapid prototyping processes with hands-on experience in a lab setting, providing students with both the scientific background and valuable professional skills. Namely, the course will provide students with a basic knowledge of innovation and product development processes, as well as introduce students to modern technologies for prototyping.

Students will gain an understanding of the various design phases and the conditions under which rapid prototyping is most effective, and will have the opportunity to learn through doing and experiment in prototyping using modern tools.

Learning Outcomes: Students will be able to…

identify diverse types of prototypes

recognize the different stages of the engineering process

identify an engineering problem using common language, as well as formulate technical specifications for the development of an engineering prototype that is intended to solve the engineering problem.
design engineering prototypes using Arduino and 3D printing technologies.

engage in independent learning as part of the problem-solving process

effectively work in multidisciplinary teams

Tentative schedule

1 | Work plan – PPT

  • Introduction – the world of innovation
  • Prototype – the innovation process

2 | Project design requirements – PPT

  • Design requirements 
  • Engineering for non-engineers

3 | Market research report

  • Engineering for non-engineers
  • Arduino – theoretical background

4 | Officially staring working on project

Arduino – practical experience

5 | Working on project

Project practical work in lab

6 | Working on project

Project practical work in lab

7 | Working on project

Project practical work in lab

8 | Working on project

Project practical work in lab

9 | Demo day- presenting prototype

  • Project practical work in lab
  • Project presentations

Evaluation

25% | Market research report – the report will include: assessment of market size, upswing or downswing market trends, market geographic areas, current market trends, etc.

65% | Final project presentation

10% | Class participation

Recommended Bibliography

Saeed Benjamin Niku, Engineering principles in everyday life for non-engineers

Ertas, A., & Jones, J,(1996), The Design Engineering Process, Wiley, 2nd Ed.

The Lean Product Playbook: How to Innovate with Minimum Viable Products and Rapid Customer Feedback Kindle Edition

Additive Manufacturing Technologies: 3D Printing, Rapid Prototyping, and Direct Digital Manufacturing 2nd 2015 edition by Gibson, Ian, Rosen, David, Stucker, Brent (2014) Hardcover Hardcove – 1709

An Introduction to 3D Printing Paperback – May 6, 2015

צרו קשר

info@hil.haifa.ac.il