Product Design

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The raw material of wood.
trees
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The raw material of paper.
wood pulp
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The raw material of metal.
ore
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The raw material of plastic.
oil
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How many groups of plastic are there?
two
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How many groups of metals are there?
three
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How many groups of woods are there?
four
7 of 40
Name a common thermoplastic.
acrylic
8 of 40
The plastic a toothbrush might be made from.
ABS
9 of 40
Name a common natural wood.
ash
10 of 40
Name a wood with a rich-brown colour that is often expensive.
mahogany
11 of 40
Name a wood that is bad for the environment as it releases urea formaldehyde when machined.
MDF
12 of 40
Name a common ferrous metal.
silver
13 of 40
The name of the group of the metals that have enhanced properties.
alloys
14 of 40
Name of the group of plastics that can only be heated and shaped once.
thermosetting plastics
15 of 40
Name a stock form for metals.
bar
16 of 40
Name a stock form for plastics.
rods
17 of 40
Name a stock form for woods.
dowel
18 of 40
Name a stock form for paper.
board thickness
19 of 40
Name the process of combining two or more pieces of paper together.
lamination
20 of 40
Name the type of materials that have enhanced properties.
composite materials
21 of 40
The material that wood pulp is pushed through.
wire mesh
22 of 40
An example of a composite material that is used in construction.
steel reinforced concrete
23 of 40
The name of a finish for metals that involve plastic.
plastic dip coating
24 of 40
Name the process where a metal can have it's properties changed.
heat treatment
25 of 40
Name the material a chisel is commonly made from.
high carbon steel
26 of 40
Name the material children's play equipment is commonly made from.
PVC
27 of 40
Name the material a book stand or a bath can be made from.
acrylic
28 of 40
How would a plastic bottle typically be formed?
blow moulding
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How would a book stand typically be formed?
line bending
30 of 40
How would a pipe typically be formed?
extrusion moulding
31 of 40
Name the material that electrical casings are made from?
urea formaldehyde
32 of 40
Name the process that is typically suited for thermosetting plastics.
compression moulding
33 of 40
Name the process where there can't be any sharp edges on the pattern being formed.
vacuum forming
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Name the process that typically leaves sprue marks and is ideal for mass production.
injection moulding
35 of 40
Give the name of the majority of plastics.
synthetic
36 of 40
Give one property of urea formaldehyde.
hard wearing
37 of 40
Name a common thermosetting plastic.
glass reinforced plastic
38 of 40
What are plastic bottles typically made from?
PET plastic
39 of 40
Name an alloy.
Pewter
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The raw material of paper.

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wood pulp

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The raw material of metal.

Back

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Card 4

Front

The raw material of plastic.

Back

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Card 5

Front

How many groups of plastic are there?

Back

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