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Title Practical use of materials. Metals
Published [Bendigo, Vic.] : Video Education Australasia, [2010]


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Description 1 videodisc (DVD) (19 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + program support notes (9 pages)
Contents 1. Program introduction -- 2. An introduction to metal -- 3. Where does aluminium come from? -- 4. Putting metal to use -- 5. Meeting client needs -- 6. Bringing it all together -- 7. Conclusion
Summary "Metal is all around us. From the cars on the road to the staples we use in the office, metal is one of the most common, flexible and naturally occurring materials used in modern design. In this informative program we discuss the use of metal as a practical material in detail. We look at its origin, characteristics, where aluminium comes from, and its many uses. Two case studies are also provided that outline the processes involved in making goods out of metal to be used in industry. This program highlights to viewers the important role metal plays in the design and manufacture of new and existing products"--Container
Notes Chapterised DVD
"DT028AS" - end credits
Program support notes available from:
Program support notes by Anthony Golding
Credits Written and directed by Michael Kratochvil. ; producer is Anoar Ahmed
Performer Voice over by Andrea McCannon
Notes DVD
In English. English captions for the deaf and hearing impaired
Available for Deakin University staff and students only
Subject Metals.
Genre/Form Video recordings.
Author Kratochvil, Michael
McCannon, Andrea.
Ahmed, Anoar.
Golding, Anthony.
Video Education Australasia.
Other Titles Metals