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Problem Solving/Engineering Design Process. By: Nehemiah Phillips Bradley Asbury Cyra Jones. Step 1: Define Problem. Scrap wood needs to be made into a wooden puzzle cube Must design a 3-D puzzle system that only uses 27 small cubes to create a large puzzle cube when assembled.

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## Problem Solving/Engineering Design Process

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**Problem Solving/Engineering Design Process**By: Nehemiah Phillips Bradley Asbury Cyra Jones**Step 1: Define Problem**• Scrap wood needs to be made into a wooden puzzle cube • Must design a 3-D puzzle system that only uses 27 small cubes to create a large puzzle cube when assembled**Step 2: Brainstorm, Research & Generate Idea**• Our group came up with several designs with the pieces of the cube • Researched possible materials for packaging and possible puzzle cube combination**Step 3: Identify Criteria & Specify Constraints**• Use 27 cubes • Forms a 2 ¼ -inch cube when assembled • Pieces must interlock • Each puzzle piece must have more than 3 but no more than 6 small cubes in it • No two puzzles pieces can be the same**Step 4: Develop/ Propose Design & Choose Solution**• Selected a complicated cube comprised of 6 puzzle pieces**Step 5: Implement Propose Solution**• Assigned roles in the cube project to group members**Step 6: Make Model/Prototype**• Designed puzzle pieces on AutoCAD and inventor to make sure puzzle cube would assemble correctly**Step 7: Evaluate Solution & It’s Consequences**• Design works but only has one combination**Step 8: Reform Design**• No changes was made**Step 9: Create Final Design**• Final puzzle pieces built, painted and assembled into a cube • Packaging/ direction made and placed with finished puzzle**Step 10: Communicate Processes/ Result**• Technical report written over project and project shared with the class

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