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com by Gerardo Sanchez DURANGO STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION EDUCATIONAL SERVICES SECRETARIA T FOR MANAGEMENT OF BASIC EDUCATION "A" DEPARTMENT OF TECHNICAL SECONDARY EDUCAT ION Head of Technology Education Technical High School No. 62 Ponciano Arriaga s / n Col. Benito Juárez Tel 8130734 FIELD OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE PRODUCTION WORKSHOP COMPUTERS TE CHNICAL REGIONAL STAGE Sheet name: THE MARKER Author: Rodrigo Alonzo Date: February 2008 Advisor: Gerardo Sánchez Nájera 1 http://puntadiamante.blogspot.com by Gerardo Sanchez CONTENTS TITLE PAGE HISTORICAL SOCIAL ASPECT ORIGIN ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... DEVELOPMENTS ........... ...................................... ......................................... ......... ............. SOCIAL IMPACT .......................................... ...... .................................................. . . IMPLICATIONS ..... ............................................ ................................... ............... . April 3 May 5 SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL ASPECTS 1. PURPOSE FUNCTIONALITY FOR WHAT WAS BUILT .................................... ....... .......... POSSIBLE USES AND SCOPE ..................................... ....... ...... UTILITY FOR USE IN CONNECTION WITH THE SATISFACTION OF THE NEED 2 . STRUCTURE IDENTIFICATION OF THE PARTIES TO OBJECT comprising ................. . GRAPHICAL REPRESENTATION ................................................ .... .......................... CHARACTERISTICS OF MATERIALS ... ... ... ... ... ... .... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... ORIGIN OF MATERIALS ... ... ... ... ... .. .. ... ... ... ... .... ... ... ... ... ... GENERAL PROPERTIES ... ... ... ... . .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. MANUFACTURING PROCESSES .. ............................................. ............................. MAIN TOOLS USED IN THE MANUFACTURE .................. 3. EXTERNAL OPERATION ........ ....................................... ............................. PRINCIPLES OF SCIENCE ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... STRENGTH AND TYPES OF POWER TO OPERATE THE SUBJECT ..... DO .. ............................................... Innovation proposals .... ..................... 9 9 10 10 6 7 7 7 7 8 9 6 6 6 2 http://puntadiamante.blogspot.com by Gerardo Sanchez "THE MARKERHistory-Social Aspect ORIGIN. After being used for writing in ink and imposed universally, the fountai n pen, nib use for certain jobs, and the revolutionary invention, for the simple , cheap and popular, as was the pen, appeared in the market for applications fir st, labeling and then for homework and art, pen, markers, and the fibers and fib

rones, as commonly known in its various presentations. In 1963 came the markers, the fibers or felt-tip pens and little by little they are imposing. The first p ractical pen invented by Yukio Horie Japanese in 1962. It was very appropriate f or the lines of Japanese writing, which is usually done with a pointed brush. Th e tip is made of felt or thin nylon fibers or other synthetic material attached to the cylinder of the pen and ink flows to the tip through a capillary mechanis m. The tip may have very different shapes and sizes can reach up to one inch wid e. Marker inks can have a very wide range of colors. The invention of acrylic ti p pen was marketed in 1963 by the Japanese Society Pentel. Pentel Society itself in 1973 invented the first pen to Ball: The "Ball Pentel, and in 1981 introduce d on the market a ceramic tip pen: the ceramicrón. Since 1985, Reynolds sold th e French society and marker pen fraud, which contains security ink, very resista nt to being deleted. It was designed especially to the use of bankers and trader s, to prevent counterfeiting of documents and checks. This product was first cer tified brand of National Testing Laboratory. 3 EVOLUTION http://puntadiamante.blogspot.com by Gerardo Sanchez. It is known that the first tools to draw on the subway cars were originally brushes and paint un til the discovery of spray (aerosol). Let's start by setting an arbitrary order to be able to classify, for example pens and aerosols (since they are the most i mportant) and then other methods. The first markers were of small size, the trad itional Edding 2000 of a few millimeters thick and round tip is a good example t o be successfully installed Pilot 1x1 cm square toe.€It was widely used by writ ers. Some wanted to go further and even made their own pens using containers of glue with a spring system (which is now known as chameleons), glue sticks cans e mptied and coupled with a point home. Generally used the sponge of the draft boa rds of the school (yes, Brand, as if they were used, particles of chalk could ob struct the passage of the ink). He even came to fill containers Canfort shoes. T he preferred replacement bulb lacquer used to be a viable economic and material well enough to have several colors. The drawback is its low resistance to the su n, leaving the tags virtually invisible after several days. Over time the home m arkers have given way to more sophisticated. Apart from ink pens are pens temper a, thus far, apart from having more colors, there are opaque, ie there are color s suitable for writing on dark surfaces, which led to broaden the number of surf aces likely to be attacked. They are often called Posca, because the most widely available brand is named. They have a spring and ball mixer because it contains materials that are thicker than the ink and you have to ensure fluency. Ink not only varied but also the thickness of the markers. From the chameleon x1 1.5 cm tip, through the 20mm 2x1cm and reaching a 3x1cm lantern, which gives mo re vibrant and larger firms. But the scale keeps going up and we find the Ultra Wide or spatula, which increases by 4 Gerardo Sanchez http://puntadiamante.blogspot.com width by 4cm (although it is t hinner and narrower, hence the name that looks like a spatula and deodorant). Ha ze, an old writer noyorkino, trained in its use. As if this were not enough the last invention of the market has triggered in the Biggie, bringing the tip to a thickness of 5x1cm, almost double the revolutionary flashlight. From the commerc ial point of view the thing ends there, but yearning for the writers in their qu est for "even more" leads them to pull out into the street and moisten a sponge with ink. The result can be imagined: Strokes as large as the size of the sponge . And indeed, the ultimate: Spilling the ink on the boat directly on the surface level Is this the end? No, last but not least and not just the size or amount o f ink spilled but it now looks to be indelible. By the 98 comes from Italy's rec kless original Inferno Ink Ink and leather shoes going to replace the traditiona l Industrial (darker but easier to remove) that until now had been used in Spain . The writers carry their pens with this ink, whose main characteristic is its p enetration into the pores of the polished surfaces, making it impossible in some cases total elimination of graffiti, making its original black on a gray rather dark tone after a hard rubbing even with the strongest solvents. Not content wi

th trimmers and power of the ink Milanese writers add "bonuses" to the substance , such as the residual black oil car engine, or a kind of balls that are rolled back by becoming a black powder promotes the grip of the ink to the surface. All this, especially the Inferno Ink, brings head on one side to the business owner s who demand a solution to the problem, and the other puts a halt to the authori ties once again. SOCIAL IMPACT. The impact on society has been the emergence of the scoreboard has been important since its invention since it has facilitated t he painted surfaces of different textures with brushes or other objects would be a little difficult. Non been allowed to draw and express our ideas in a very co lorful, it is a very educational currently has diversified its use, some are ind elible and others are not (markers for painting), this has been greatly benefit health of millions of teachers who used the traditional chalk and blackboard as a teaching tool, this fine dust generated gis to wear and was harmful for teache rs and pupils in five long-term teacher http://puntadiamante.blogspot.com by Gerardo Sanchez can cause throat problems, unemployment fortunately to be fashionable pintarrones solved this problem, we a dd to this that with pintarrones can write and draw with a variety of colors and may be deleted without effort, that marked forever the way they teach.€Marker applications have had a major impact in a variety of areas (school, business, et c), so for a long time will remain in vogue until the information technology to invade the schools, an example is the free, laptops, ipods, etc. IMPLICATIONS. M arkers in the future, probably will be smaller, you may experience many changes over time. Moreover markers are competing on a par with information technology a nd communication as it is the free, which are already available at very affordab le prices ($ 35,000), here you can write in different colors, Internet, and soft ware different to enhance the quality of education are also computers, ipods, et c. That, in one way or another will gradually replacing this handy tool called m arker. Scientific and FUNCTIONALITY. aint on paper. e In all these nts. Technical Dimension The main function of a marker is to allow different surfaces to p Possible Uses and Scope. Homes Offices Schools Application Exampl areas the marker is used for the design, elaboration of work, pri

Utility or Frequency of Use in Relation to the Need Satisfaction 6 http://puntadiamante.blogspot.com by Gerardo Sanchez This technical object is in direct proportion to the satisfaction of the need is increasing, because every human being has in their homes, schools, offices, etc., bookmarks by their separ ate applications that can have. STRUCTURE. IDENTIFICATION OF THE PARTIES up the object. N 1 2 3 4 PART Body Felt tip markers. Ink. Tapa. Graphic representation. CHARACTERISTICS OF THE MATERIALS. Source Material. 7 by Gerardo Sanchez http://puntadiamante.blogspot.com Felt Plastic Materials Inor g. x x Org. Renov. Not to renew. Animal Vegetable Mineral x x x x PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS USED. General Properties The properties depend on the total amount of matter in the body are called gener al properties, among them are the shape, size, weight, temperature. General Property Mass Volume Definition

Amount of matter contained in a body. It is measured in (kg) place or area occup ied by a body in space. It is measured in (m). The volume not only depends on th e amount of material, but also temperature gravitational force that Earth exerts on all bodies. Is proportional to the mass 3 Where the monitor says Weighing in a scale. Place the marker in space. Weight It is the force of gravitational attraction exerted by earth on the scoreboard. It says the move or when in repose. Inertia Quality that have the bodies to preserve the state of rest or motion in a straig ht line until it found an external force acting on them Impossibility of two bod ies occupy the same space simultaneously with the bodies Property to split into pieces every time smaller Impenetrability The plastic is impenetrable. Divisibility Improprobable that may damage or break somewhere with normal treatment. No poros ity because the plastic, its atomic structure is very dense. Porosity Property of matter that is to present pores or voids MANUFACTURING PROCESS. Manufacturing Systems and Techniques. 8 http://puntadiamante.blogspot.com by Gerardo Sanchez System Union Coating Technique Assembled Painted Enamel Which expresses Reassembly of the marker. Whole object is painted to give technical presentation . It is covered with enamel paint applied throughout to polish and protect paint rolling metal (aluminum) that will cover the score Conformation Laminate Tools used in the manufacture of the object. No Description Features A metallurgical and Tools Function

Fold the plastic parts and assemble them develop. OPERATION. 1.-uncap the marker. 2.-Take the lead with the hand. 3.-Place your ha nd in an arena or on part of the object to write. 4.-Position the marker with th e tip down. 5.-Do movements to make the respective statements. 6.-Raise the scor ing in each separation of words. 7.-At the end of writing to remove the marker a nd cover .. Forces and Types of energy that causes the function object. ENERGY MECHANICS DEFINITION The mechanical energy is created or generated when an external energy source fed to the device Which expresses By taking the pencil and start writing. 9 Gerardo Sanchez http://puntadiamante.blogspot.com by mechanical and spinning, fa st forward, rewind, etc.. Principles of Science All compound machine is constructed by simple machines€in this case are as follows: Principle Gravity Stick Which expresses The marker is a small lever writing as we are relying on it. The gravity low ink for painting Innovation Proposals Proposal New and advanced Possible Application Could it be that the markers change their structure in an electronic future tren d If you liked the work and you feel that more people may be helped by this ... .. . Share with other friends by introducing them to the following web address: htt p://Puntadiamante.blogspot.com or page is Scribd account http://www.scribd.com/p eople/view/139290-gerardo-snchez-n-jera puntadiamante 10 http://puntadiamante.blogspot.com by Gerardo Sanchez If you work like you want to share you can send to the following addresses: mmas sters@yahoo.com.mx puntadiamantes@yahoo.com.mx 11