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<ul><li><p> DANIEL.W.CORNISH@GMAIL.COM 1</p><p>DAN CORNISHINDUSTRIAL DESIGN</p></li><li><p> DANIEL.W.CORNISH@GMAIL.COM 32 DANIEL CORNISH</p><p>4 - 17 18-35 36-55 56-67 </p><p>MOJO CIRCULAR SAWWAVE SPEAKERITUS BARRIER SYSTEMLIQUID SOLDERING IRON</p><p>CONTENTS</p></li><li><p> DANIEL.W.CORNISH@GMAIL.COM 54 DANIEL CORNISH</p><p>MOJOCIRCULAR SAW</p><p>MOJO IS A COMPACT CIRCULAR SAW THAT WILL ENHANCE YOUR EXPERIENCE IN THE GARAGE OR WORK SITE</p></li><li><p> DANIEL.W.CORNISH@GMAIL.COM 76 DANIEL CORNISH</p><p>INSPIRATION</p><p>Deiter Rams Ten Principles of Good Design were used as inspiration for the form of this project. </p><p>Deiter Rams Design Principles</p><p>Good design is innovativeGood design makes a product usefulGood design is aestheticGood design helps a product be understoodGood design is unobtrusiveGood design is honestGood design is durableGood design is thorough down to the last detailGood design is concerned about the environment</p></li><li><p> DANIEL.W.CORNISH@GMAIL.COM 98 DANIEL CORNISH</p><p>RESEARCH</p><p>Traditional circular saws tend to have complex shapes that vary from product to product. These odd shapes are dictated by the placement of the dominating components, in particular, the motor and blade. Todays products arrange the motor on one side and the blade on the other. The weight of the motor is off center which can negatively affect handling. These problems present opportunities for improvements.</p><p>PERSONA</p><p>Mark spends a significant amount of time working on home improvement projects. He is currently in the market for a compact saw with a full size blade.</p></li><li><p> DANIEL.W.CORNISH@GMAIL.COM 1110 DANIEL CORNISH</p><p>PROJECT STATEMENT</p><p>Current circular saws on the market are bulky and obtrusive. They are hard to store and are heavy to carry around. These types of saws are used for commercial applications, but also used by many DIY homeowners. The objective for the redesign is to design a product that is compact, eye catching, and still provides the correct amount of power to spin a full sized blade. </p><p>IDEATIO</p><p>N THROUGH SKETCHING</p></li><li><p> DANIEL.W.CORNISH@GMAIL.COM 1312 DANIEL CORNISH</p><p>DIMENSIONS</p><p>9.8 in</p><p>6.8 in</p><p>4.6 in</p><p>4.3 in</p><p>1 in2 in</p><p>1.3 in</p><p>3 in</p><p>3 in</p><p>1.4 in</p><p>3 in</p><p>7 in4.5 in</p><p>.5 in</p><p>.8 in</p><p>3 in</p><p>.4 in</p><p>2 in</p><p>3.9 in4.5 in</p><p>1.8 in</p><p>.2 in6.2 in</p><p>2 in</p><p>1.5 in</p><p>3.3 in</p><p>2.8 in</p><p>.8 in</p><p>2 in</p><p>1.9 in</p><p>1.5 in</p><p>7.7 in</p><p>1.8 in</p><p>6 in</p><p>11 in</p><p>1.3 in</p></li><li><p> DANIEL.W.CORNISH@GMAIL.COM 1514 DANIEL CORNISH</p><p>PANCAKE MOTOR</p><p>The key to the saws sleek design comes from the Launchpoint pancake motor which is used to power the saw blade. It is 6 inches in circumference and has a depth of 0.5 inches. </p></li><li><p> DANIEL.W.CORNISH@GMAIL.COM 1716 DANIEL CORNISH</p></li><li><p> DANIEL.W.CORNISH@GMAIL.COM 1918 DANIEL CORNISH</p><p>WAVEWIRELESS SPEAKER</p><p>WAVE REPRESENTS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FORM AND FUNCTION</p></li><li><p> DANIEL.W.CORNISH@GMAIL.COM 2120 DANIEL CORNISH</p><p>INSPIRATION</p><p>With a wide range of different types of speakers specialized for all sorts of various environments, I decided to pick two sources of inspiration to drive my speaker design. The first was a modern decor, the second was water movement. I want to combine the idea of constant motion and modern aesthetics to produce a one of kind floor speaker. </p><p>PERSONA</p><p>Hans LankophAge: 33Occupation: ArchitectHans has just finished his houseboat and has been in the market for a set of floor speakers to finish off his home entertainment system. When designing custom homes, he loves to incorporate modern aesthetics and make use of exotic woods. He has carried this theme into his own home and is looking for a set of speakers that will stand out, not just for entertainment purposes, and as a stand alone art piece. His dream speaker would mesh with the house boats wood accenting and also be cohesive with its modern aesthetics.</p></li><li><p> DANIEL.W.CORNISH@GMAIL.COM 2322 DANIEL CORNISH</p><p>PROJECT STATEMENT</p><p>Design a unique and eye catching floor speaker with the use of a complex design while leveraging the manufacturing processes and materials to create a one of a kind product. The speaker will be using the latest technology to power and transmit wireless music. The full process from ideation, low volume and high volume manufacturibility, cost analysis, to material exploration will be addressed. </p><p>IDEATIO</p><p>N THROUGH SKETCHING</p></li><li><p> DANIEL.W.CORNISH@GMAIL.COM 2524 DANIEL CORNISH</p><p>WIRELESS POWER</p><p>Wave has a wireless power module that converts electromagnetic energy into the power needed for the internal components. This technology is patented by WiTricity. To the right is a schematic that depicts the OEM components and how they are connected. </p><p>PART MATERIAL, FABRICATION AND COSTS (LOW VOLUME)</p><p>Below is a graph depicting the cost and processes for the low volume design.</p><p>Side PanelsMaterial: GlassFabrication process: Water jetSingle unit cost (material + labor): $701</p><p>BaseMaterial: AluminumFabrication process: Sand castingMold fabrication cost: $46,589Mold cost allocation for 1000 units: $46.50 / unit</p><p>FaceMaterial: Black walnutFabrication process: Steam bending/CNCSingle unit cost (material + labor): $219</p><p>ElectronicsEstimated cost of electronics: $500 per unit</p><p>$Low volume production quantity: 1000 unitsLow volume product cost: $1,975 per unit</p></li><li><p> DANIEL.W.CORNISH@GMAIL.COM 2726 DANIEL CORNISH</p><p>LOW VOLUME DESIGN</p></li><li><p> DANIEL.W.CORNISH@GMAIL.COM 2928 DANIEL CORNISH</p><p>FACE The face is black walnut and has three slots. Rubber inserts fit into holes that fasten the face to the base. With this type of attachment the face can be easily removed for maintenance or cleaning. </p><p>SPEAKERS Wave is made up of three JBL speakers, a 5 inch tweeter, 6 inch mid-level, and a 8 inch sub woofer</p><p>RUBBER INSERTS Fasten face to the base</p><p>SIDE PANELS Two inch frosted glass, built in lip that slips into groove in base which provide structure. It is then permanently attached with adhesive. </p><p>SCREWS Stainless steel, used to hold speakers in place</p><p>LOGO The logo is machined aluminum with a black chrome finish and fixed to the face</p><p>BASE The base is made of aluminum and has a black chrome finish.</p></li><li><p> DANIEL.W.CORNISH@GMAIL.COM 3130 DANIEL CORNISH</p><p>HIGH VOLUME MANUFACTURING</p><p>The prototype Wave design was adjusted to accommodate the constraints of the manufacturing processes needed to support high volume production. The challenge here was to optimize the design for high volume manufacturing without negatively impacting the form and aesthetics.</p><p>ElectronicsEstimated cost of production electronics: $350 per unit</p><p>PART MATERIAL, FABRICATION AND COSTS (HIGH VOLUME)</p><p>BaseMaterial: PlasticFabrication process: Injection moldingProduction mold fabrication cost: $247,000Mold cost allocation for 10,000 units: $0.25/unitSingle unit cost (material, labor &amp; mold amortization): $0.55/unit</p><p>Side PanelsMaterial: PlasticFabrication process: Injection moldingProduction mold fabrication cost: $157,000Mold cost allocation for 1 million units: $0.16/unitSingle unit cost (material, labor &amp; mold amortization): $0.55/unit</p><p>FaceMaterial: AluminumFabrication process: Die castingProduction mold fabrication cost: $190,006Mold cost allocation for 10,000 nits: $0.19/unitSingle unit cost (material, labor &amp; mold amortization): $1.45/unit</p><p>PARTS MATERIAL, FABRICATION AND COSTS (HIGH VOLUME)</p><p>With the high volume design different manufacturing processes were utilized. The face of the speaker is made of aluminum and produced through die casting. The side inserts are made of acrylic and were CNC cut. The base is plastic and was produced through injection molding.</p><p>$Production quantity: 1,000,000Production build cost of goods): $420 per unit</p></li><li><p> DANIEL.W.CORNISH@GMAIL.COM 3332 DANIEL CORNISH</p><p>FACE The aluminum face is die cast with the three extrudes molded in. It has holes to hold rubber inserts that fit into fastening holes on the base. With this type of attachment the face can be easily removed for maintenance or cleaning. </p><p>SPEAKERS Wave is made up of three JBL speakers, a 5 inch tweeter, 6 inch mid-level, and a 8 inch sub woofer</p><p>RUBBER INSERTS Fasten face to the baseSIDE PANELS Two inch acrylic with molded in lip that slips into groove in base which provide structure. It is then permanently attached with adhesive. </p><p>SCREWS Stainless steel, used to hold speakers in place</p><p>BASE Base is made of plastic. Molded into the base are insert holes for the speakers, also molded grooves for side panels and holes for the rubber inserts that hold the face in place. Plus it has molded in ribs for structure. </p><p>HIGH VOLUME DESIGN</p></li><li><p> DANIEL.W.CORNISH@GMAIL.COM 3534 DANIEL CORNISH</p></li><li><p> DANIEL.W.CORNISH@GMAIL.COM 3736 DANIEL CORNISH</p><p>ITUSBARRIER SYSTEM</p><p>ITUS PROVIDES COMFORT OUTSIDE THE HOME</p></li><li><p> DANIEL.W.CORNISH@GMAIL.COM 3938 DANIEL CORNISH</p><p>CITY OF SAN JOSE</p><p>The city of San Jose, California is the third biggest city in the state and has a diverse environment of people, cultures and ethnicity. Over the last 60 years the rapid growth of technology and electronic industries has accelerated San Jose into an urbanized metropolitan area. With all this expansion certain communities have been left in the dust and have become almost derelict. Even though these parts of the city are run-down the residents remain proud and deserve a safe and pleasant place to live, but as of now these neighborhoods are breeding grounds for illegal dumping and crime.</p><p>Spartan Keyes Alleys Study San Jose State University URBP 232 Urban Design Studio0SUSTAINABILITY EXISITING CONDITIONS 200 400</p><p>Logo Here</p><p>Legend</p><p>Fall 2012</p><p>Marth</p><p>a StEast Vi</p><p>rginia S</p><p>t</p><p>Marga</p><p>ret St</p><p>Keyes S</p><p>t</p><p>East Hu</p><p>mbolt </p><p>St</p><p>Bestor </p><p>St</p><p>Bestor </p><p>St</p><p>South 2nd Street</p><p>South 5th Street</p><p>South 7th Street</p><p>South 8th Street</p><p>South 9th Street</p><p>South 10th Street</p><p>South 11th Street</p><p>South 6th Street</p><p>South 3rd Street</p><p>South 12th Street</p><p>East H</p><p>umbo</p><p>lt St</p><p>Hollyw</p><p>ood A</p><p>ve</p><p>280</p><p>A</p><p>B</p><p>C</p><p>D</p><p>E</p><p>I</p><p>G J</p><p>H</p><p>F</p><p>IDENTITY EXISTING CONDITIONS 1: PLACE-MAKING CHALLENGES</p><p>VACANT SPACES*</p><p>CAR CULTURE*</p><p>GRAFFITI &amp; GRIME*</p><p>DUMPSTERS &amp; GARBAGE*</p><p>HOMELESS ENCAMPMENT</p><p>BUSY AND DISCONNECTING STREETS</p><p>* larger symbols represent a greater intensity of this condition.</p><p>SJSU PLAYINGFIELDS</p><p>SPARTAN STADIUM</p><p>SJSU TENNIS COURTS</p><p>SHARKS ICE</p><p>SAN JOSE MUNICIPAL STADIUM</p><p>KELLEY PARK</p><p>HAPPY HOLLOW</p><p>THE CITADEL ART STUDIOS</p><p>ART ARKAPARTMENTS</p><p>BESTOR ART PARK</p><p>BILL WILSON TEEN </p><p>CENTER TINH XANGOC HOABUDDHIST </p><p>CONGREGATION</p><p>GARDNER HEALTH CENTER</p><p>VIETNAMESE SEVENTH DAY</p><p>ADVENTIST</p><p>SJSUFOUNDRY</p><p>SOFANEIGHBORHOODARTS DISTRICT</p><p>SPARTANKEYESDISTRICT</p><p>The Spartan Keyes neighborhood faces many place-making challenges. Trash, graffiti and vacant spaces deter people from enjoying or even using the alleys. Additionally, heavy traffic along 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 7th, 10th, 11th, and Keyes Streets divide the neighborhood. This division is compounded by the mismatching land uses that exists in certain areas, in particular the areas between 3rd Street and 5th Street. All of these are barriers to creating a cohesive identity within the community.</p><p>Spartan Keyes Alleys Study San Jose State University URBP 232 Urban Design Studio</p><p>0SUSTAINABILITY EXISITING CONDITIONS 200 400Logo Here</p><p>Legend</p><p>Fall 2012</p><p>Marth</p><p>a StEast Vi</p><p>rginia S</p><p>t</p><p>Marga</p><p>ret St</p><p>Keyes S</p><p>t</p><p>East Hu</p><p>mbolt </p><p>St</p><p>Bestor </p><p>St</p><p>Bestor </p><p>St</p><p>South 2nd Street</p><p>South 5th Street</p><p>South 7th Street</p><p>South 8th Street</p><p>South 9th Street</p><p>South 10th Street</p><p>South 11th Street</p><p>South 6th Street</p><p>South 3rd Street</p><p>South 12th Street</p><p>East H</p><p>umbo</p><p>lt St</p><p>Hollyw</p><p>ood A</p><p>ve</p><p>280</p><p>A</p><p>B</p><p>C</p><p>D</p><p>E</p><p>I</p><p>G J</p><p>H</p><p>F</p><p>IDENTITY EXISTING CONDITIONS 2: PLACE-MAKING ASSETS</p><p>PLAY*</p><p>ART &amp; ART SPACES*</p><p>CRAFTS &amp; WORKSHOPS*</p><p>SPIRITUAL PLACES</p><p>SJSU FOUNDRY</p><p>GATEWAY OPPORTUNITIES* larger symbols represent a greater intensity of this condition.</p><p>SJSU PLAYINGFIELDS</p><p>SPARTAN STADIUM</p><p>SJSU TENNIS COURTS</p><p>SHARKS ICE</p><p>SAN JOSE MUNICIPAL STADIUM</p><p>HAPPY HOLLOW</p><p>SOFANEIGHBORHOODARTS DISTRICT</p><p>THE CITADEL ART STUDIOS</p><p>BESTOR ART PARK</p><p>ART ARKAPARTMENTS</p><p>GARDNER HEALTH CENTER</p><p>TINH XA NGOC HOA BUDDHIST </p><p>CONGREGATION</p><p>BILL WILSON TEEN CENTER</p><p>VIETNAMESE SEVENTH DAY</p><p>ADVENTIST</p><p>SJSUFOUNDRY</p><p>KELLEY PARK</p><p>There is great potential to create a more cohesive identity within Spartan Keyes. The existence of recreational activities along with a strong presence of artists production spaces and galleries present the opportunity to brand the neighborhood as the Spartan Keyes Arts District. Connecting these activities to a descriptive district label helps cement visual arts as the definitive image of the Spartan Keyes neighborhood. Crafted by the community and embracing their lifestyle, a strong arts identity can be recognized by visitors and residents alike. This will increase neighborhood pride and unite the community.</p><p>SPARTANKEYESDISTRICT</p><p>PROJECT BRIEF</p><p>For this project we teamed up with urban planners and local community members from the Spartan Keyes Neighborhood. My team was given the task of improving the alleyways that are littered throughout the neighborhood. Through community outreach neighborhood residents identified numerous issues with the current use and condition of the alleyways. These issues included degraded pavement conditions, poor drainage, illegal dumping, graffiti, loitering and criminal activity. Our goal was to design improvements that would ultimately start a rejuvenation process that would spread throughout the entire community. As a group we decided to design products that would bring people out of their homes and into the alleys, under the assumption that if residents were actively using the alleyways this would, in turn, detour crime and other illegal activities. </p></li><li><p> DANIEL.W.CORNISH@GMAIL.COM 4140 DANIEL CORNISH</p><p>After meeting with the community members we used our findings to create ideas for solutions that would address their needs and desires.</p><p>COMMUNITY DRIVEN DESIGN</p><p>We met regularly with the residents of the Spartan Keys neighborhood and we worked together to discuss ideas and get their insight into which direction we should follow. </p><p>Our team conducted surveys to gather information on residents wants and needs. We also asked questions about their perception of their neighborhood. We compiled the data to gain insight into possible design opportunities.</p></li><li><p> DANIEL.W.CORNISH@GMAIL.COM 4342 DANIEL CORNISH</p><p>IDEATION THROUGH SKETCHING</p></li><li><p> DANIEL.W.CORNISH@GMAIL.COM 4544 DANIEL CORNISH</p><p>PROTOTYPES</p><p>Final three directions: A. Wall Maze - an interactive fence, to promote walk-though traffic in the alley. B. Hide-Away Game Pit - a lockable horseshoe pit or bocce ball pit, with access granted to local residents. C. Retractable Net/Barrier - used to block off traffic or used as net for games. Designed to be tamper proof.</p><p>A</p><p>B.</p><p>C</p></li><li><p> DANIEL.W.CORNISH@GMAIL.COM 4746 DANIEL CORNISH</p><p>PROCESS ASSEMBLY</p><p> For our final appearance model we used a 3D printer. </p><p> 9.1</p><p>0 </p><p> 11.49 </p><p>EE</p><p> R1.50 </p><p> 0.03 </p><p>B</p><p>B</p><p> 5.37 </p><p> 0.</p><p>48 </p><p> 4.00 0.30 </p><p> 3.1</p><p>8 </p><p> 4.50 </p><p> 2.00 0.50 </p><p> 3.6</p><p>0 </p><p>SECTION B-B SCALE 1 : 4 R0.26 </p><p> 0.97 </p><p> 0.18 SECTION E-E SCALE 1 : 4</p><p>The final product is ideal for bringing life back into the alleyways. Named after the God ofProtection, the ITUS is a retractable barrier that is used to block off sections of the alley or street toprovide a safe place for kids to play. It also can be used a net for games. What makes our productunique is that it can be attached to a young tree and as the tree grows the ITUS housing wouldslowly be engulfed by the tree. Over time the housin...</p></li></ul>