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The Introduction to Technology course is consecutive to the ‘Structure and Materials’ course, and is aimed at exposing students to various production technologies and materials. It focuses on three primary materials (wood, metal, and plastic), and is designed to provide students with the knowledge and understanding required to conduct basic planning. Students study the design possibilities in these technologies while applying and practicing these elements. The course includes 3-D design projects in which students experiment with materials and technologies and consider the industrial feasibility and implications of each.

Avigail Ben Hamo

A bouquet kit for cultivating flowers

Toolkit, the concluding exercise of the course

Dekel Izacson

Woodworking tools

Tool kit: Concluding exercise

Woodworking tools

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Mushroom collecting kit

Tool kit: Concluding exercise

Mushroom picking set

Roni Fadida

Calligraphy tools

Toolkit, the concluding exercise of the course

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Exercises throughout the semester

Noam Golany and Yishay Sklare

Allez Allez Add on

Allez Allez Add On

Plastics design exercise of an object that can be an add-on or create a new function or value

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Omer Oster

Coconut Bonbonniere

Exercise in template design and working, then duplicating the units and designing a matching chassis

Maya Halevy

Bonbonniere Skulls

Skull chocolate box

An exercise in mold design, duplication  and  matching packaging design

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Renana Klein

Bonbonniere planets

Planet chocolate box 

An exercise in mold design, duplication  and   matching packaging design

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Roni Fadida

chess

Laminating / bending exercise and connecting, creating an object using one of the technologies

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Keren Greenberg

Laminating device for cheese

Laminating / bending exercise and connecting, creating an object using one of the technologies

Amir Yahav

Incense burner

Laminating / bending exercise and connecting, creating an object using one of the technologies

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