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OCR Design and Technology for GCSE: Textiles Technology

OCR Design and Technology for GCSE: Textiles Technology

ISBN 9780340981993
Edition 1
Publication Date
Publisher Cengage
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Overview
Chapter 1 Designing and Production Planning 1.1 Working to a brief 1.2 Product analysis 1.3 Analysis of research ' the design specification 1.4 Principles of good design 1.5 Design inspiration and influences 1.6 Digital media and new technologies 1.7 Designing the product 1.8 Product Planning Chapter 2 Materials 2.1 Fibres 2.2 Performance characteristics of fibres 2.3 Conversion of fibres into yarn and fabric 2.4 Mixing and blending of fibres and yarns 2.5 The finishing processes applied to fibres and fabrics 2.6 Dyeing and printing 2.7 Modern and smart materials 2.8 Pre-manufactured components Chapter 3 Tools, Equipment and Processes 3.1 Tools and equipment 3.2 Processes 3.3 Disposal of fullness 3.4 Joining fabrics 3.5 Neatening edges 3.6 Attaching fastenings and other components 3.7 Pressing and finishing 3.8 Colouring fabrics 3.9 Decorative techniques using fabric and thread Chapter 4 Computer Applications 4.1 Use of ICT/CAD to generate ideas 4.2 Databases and spreadsheets ' storing and sharing data 4.3 The application of CAD/CAM/CIM in the desiging and making of prototypes 4.4 The application of CAD/CAM to one-off and quantity production Chapter 5 Industrial Production 5.1 Basic commercial production methods 5.2 Methods of pattern production and grading 5.3 Producing lay plans 5.4 Methods of laying out fabric and cutting out 5.5 Finishing 5.6 Labelling and tagging of textile products 5.7 Health and safety Chapter 6 Environmental and Sustainability Issues 6.1 The 6Rs 6.2 Globalisation 6.3 Resources and the product life cycle Chapter 7 Quality 7.1 Quality of design and quality of manufacture 7.2 Quality assurance 7.3 Quality control Chapter 8 Product Evaluation 8.1 Evaluating the final outcome 8.2 Ways to evaluate your product 8.3 Evaluating making Chapter 9 Unit A571: Introduction to Designing and Making 9.1 Structure 9.2 Unit requirements 9.3 Guidance points Chapter 10 Unit A572: Sustainable Design 10.1 Overview of the unit 10.2 The 6Rs 10.3 Social issues 10.4 Design issues 10.5 The globalisation of products Chapter 11 Unit A573: Making Quality Products 11.1 Structure 11.2 Unit requirements 11.3 Guidance points Chapter 12 Unit A574: Technical Aspects of Designing and Making 12.1 The format of the examination 12.2 Types of questions 12.3 Preparing the examination 12.4 Taking the examination
Overview
Chapter 1 Designing and Production Planning 1.1 Working to a brief 1.2 Product analysis 1.3 Analysis of research ' the design specification 1.4 Principles of good design 1.5 Design inspiration and influences 1.6 Digital media and new technologies 1.7 Designing the product 1.8 Product Planning Chapter 2 Materials 2.1 Fibres 2.2 Performance characteristics of fibres 2.3 Conversion of fibres into yarn and fabric 2.4 Mixing and blending of fibres and yarns 2.5 The finishing processes applied to fibres and fabrics 2.6 Dyeing and printing 2.7 Modern and smart materials 2.8 Pre-manufactured components Chapter 3 Tools, Equipment and Processes 3.1 Tools and equipment 3.2 Processes 3.3 Disposal of fullness 3.4 Joining fabrics 3.5 Neatening edges 3.6 Attaching fastenings and other components 3.7 Pressing and finishing 3.8 Colouring fabrics 3.9 Decorative techniques using fabric and thread Chapter 4 Computer Applications 4.1 Use of ICT/CAD to generate ideas 4.2 Databases and spreadsheets ' storing and sharing data 4.3 The application of CAD/CAM/CIM in the desiging and making of prototypes 4.4 The application of CAD/CAM to one-off and quantity production Chapter 5 Industrial Production 5.1 Basic commercial production methods 5.2 Methods of pattern production and grading 5.3 Producing lay plans 5.4 Methods of laying out fabric and cutting out 5.5 Finishing 5.6 Labelling and tagging of textile products 5.7 Health and safety Chapter 6 Environmental and Sustainability Issues 6.1 The 6Rs 6.2 Globalisation 6.3 Resources and the product life cycle Chapter 7 Quality 7.1 Quality of design and quality of manufacture 7.2 Quality assurance 7.3 Quality control Chapter 8 Product Evaluation 8.1 Evaluating the final outcome 8.2 Ways to evaluate your product 8.3 Evaluating making Chapter 9 Unit A571: Introduction to Designing and Making 9.1 Structure 9.2 Unit requirements 9.3 Guidance points Chapter 10 Unit A572: Sustainable Design 10.1 Overview of the unit 10.2 The 6Rs 10.3 Social issues 10.4 Design issues 10.5 The globalisation of products Chapter 11 Unit A573: Making Quality Products 11.1 Structure 11.2 Unit requirements 11.3 Guidance points Chapter 12 Unit A574: Technical Aspects of Designing and Making 12.1 The format of the examination 12.2 Types of questions 12.3 Preparing the examination 12.4 Taking the examination

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