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PRODUCT AND PICTORIAL WORK LOG #1
William J. Harber
Designing a Compact and Efficient Fishing Rod
Date- Wednesday, August 3, 2016
Time- 3:30 PM-5:00 PM
Hours- 1 hour and 30 minutes
Activity- With pencil, paper, and ruler I designed my product with the exact lengths and sizes for my design to match when built. After many different designs, I had finally made a decision.
Commentary- I sat at my desk in my room working relentlessly to create the right design for my product. I crumbled up paper after paper as I began to sweat. With music playing, the fan blowing, and the Braves winning, the relaxing mood was set and I was able to come up with several good designs. After much thought and consideration, I finally decided on what would become my product. This product I labeled Prototype A.
Caption- Myself holding the pre-customized rod and reel. Photo taken on my back deck.
Date- Wednesday, August 3, 2016,
Time- 5:00 PM- 7:00 PM
Hours- 2 hours
Activity- My facilitator and I searched for the best materials that would fit my product. We then purchased them at Cabela’s.
Commentary- My facilitator and I concentrated on what would be the best materiel to purchase and where. We went to Cabela’s to search and examine the best reel for the design. I purchased a Mitchell spinning reel and placed it on the newly formed rod. I found it to be satisfactory. I then, began to discuss what would fit well on the rod with the new reel to result in its upmost efficiency. With no patience for incompetence or mistakes, I did not waste a second adjusting the rod’s size.
Caption- The newly purchased reel placed on the rod.
Date- Friday, October 10, 2016
Time- 10:00 PM-11:15 PM
Hours- 1 hour and 15 minutes
Activity- My facilitator decided it was time to test the
rod and reel. My friend and I put it to the test.
Commentary- The weather was perfect for
bass fishing. The moon light was peeking
through dark, thundering storm clouds onto a
pond on Hole 17 of the Eagle Watch golf course. My friend and I
rushed to the pond through the warm evening winds and casted our lures
into the laps of the Largemouth Bass.
Picture- Myself with my post-custom rod and reel. Photo taken on bridge over giant pond on the Eagle Watch golf course.
Date- Monday, January 16, 2017
Time- 4:00 PM- 5:00 PM
Hours- 1 hour
Activity- My facilitator and I discussed progress. I decided the next steps we would take.
Commentary- My facilitator and I discussed what I had done and what I will do in the project while sitting by the pool. After much conversation, I decided that I would adjust the length of the rod to ease its mobility and spool the reel with a special type of line for night fishing.
Caption- My facilitator, Amy Cullipher (29 years old, North Carolina State University). Photo taken on fishing trip in Boca Raton Florida.