MAKE YOUR TOP PLANS
Follow the instructions in these videos, and on the Making Plans webpage, and create a set of customized plans for YOUR top project


Making a 3D Model of the Top
(8 mins)

This model can be used as the ISO view of your 2D plans, as well as to help previsualize and learn how to use Sketchup

Making 2D Plans of the Top
(15 mins)

Once completed, these plans should be presented in three ways for marks:
  1. Printed on 8.5x11" paper
  2. Posted as a JPG on your portfolio page
  3. Submitted as an SKP file through Handins or Schoology

TIJ1O PROJECT PLAN RUBRIC

Specific Skill or Objective
Level 4 - Exemplary
Level 3 - Competent
Level 2 - Partially Proficient
Level 1 - Poor
Alignment
All objects CLEARLY align between the three views
All objects GENERALLY align between the three views
SOME objects align between the three views
Objects do not align between the three main views
Feasibility / Completion
The plans illustrate all necessary components, clearly demonstrate innovative design, and include useful detail to help make the product
The plans illustrate all necessary components of a workable design
The plans illustrate some of the components, but omissions or flaws exist that would compromise the production
The plans illustrate components that are incomplete or infeasable
Dimensions
All dimensions are displayed exceptionally well - clear, neat and without redundancy
All necessary dimensions are generally displayed well.
Dimensions are displayed, but may be incomplete, redundant, or may require a change of font size or format to be read clearly.
Key dimensions are not displayed, or are illegible and would compromise the production of the project.
Fit and Format
The elements in the plans are sized exceptionally well - objects fit each view fully, but don't appear cramped, and the printout is sized perfectly for landscape display. The author's name is clearly printed along with the project descriptions
The elements in the plans are generally sized well and printed in landscape orientation. The author's name is clearly printed along with the project descriptions
The elements in the plans are generally legible, but the sizes could make better use of the page borders. The size or orientation of the printout could be improved by following the printout steps more carefully.
The elements in the plans are poorly sized, compromising their legiblility.