"I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious" - Albert Einstein

Category: Design


In this project we make a design to predict food waste. My design in this project is trying to solve the problem of food is cold and pizza’s cheese is not melt, and the design I make is a heat gun, it could help to warn up the cold food by the light on the head. The hole body of the gun is a battery to provide the huge amount of battery it needs to make the light on.

In this project I had learn a useful skill, its called expand view, it can make the design more visible to people and it is easy for people to know how it work, and I learn this while I am planning the draft of my project, and Mr.Layman teach me how does it work.

The biggest success I had is that I had made a trigger for my gun, because when I try to make it, I have no idea about how to make it, but after trying, and extra planning, I made it, and it work.

I would like to change the project’s body more smaller, because my mean idea is easy for people to heat up their food (do not need to go to a microwave), but the final project is way too big to be convenient to carry at all the time, and I also would like to make a safety shell to the project, because the temperature will be very high, and if you put in a bag and the switch had  turn on accidentally than that would be dangerous.


Picture below is my project.

Product Design Project: A4 Leather Make Reflect

How does your final project solve your initial problem?

My final projectIt does not have the effect when I imagined it. It has a good effect when I place it on the head of the bed, but when I put the Ipad in it, the product will be stretched, causing the items inside to fall out easily, but when no one touch it or if you put something under it, it could be use as normally.


What skill had you learned or improved on over this course of this project

In this time of working, I had learned and improved on the technique of sewing. In the making, I had used a sewing machine and hand sewing with needles and threads. In many parts of the products I made, I had to use sewing to do.


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