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CDT: DESIGN AND COMMUNICATION
Paper 1

IB09 11_7048_01/3RP

October/November 2009
2 hours 30 minutes
plus 15 minutes reading time

7048/01

10

40

PROJECTION SYMBOL

FRONT VIEW

the windows and door;
the shop sign.

(ii)
(iii)

[7]

1500

2600

Outline of shop front

FULL SIZE

[Turn over

ALL WRAPPED UP

2400

ALL WRAPPED UP

Candidate Number .......................................................................................................................

Centre Number ............................................................................................................................

Other Names ...............................................................................................................................

Examiner’s
use only

ISOMETRIC BOX IN CENTRE OF ELLIPSE
600 × 600 × 300

Candidate Surname .....................................................................................................................

(e) On the outline of the shop front, show an idea for a colour
scheme.
[4]

A colour scheme is required for the front of the shop based upon
‘bright and bold’ colours of the type used in wrapping paper.

Estimate any dimensions not given.

the missing outline;

(i)

(d) Complete the oblique drawing of the model of the shop on
the right by adding:

(c) Use instruments to complete the 1:20 scale drawing of the
name sign below.
[7]

SHEET 1 OF 2 (SECTION 1)
Print your surname, other names, Centre number and candidate number in the spaces provided.
Answer one question only from Section 1 (Questions 1 and 2).
Answer two questions only from Section 2 (Questions 3 to 6).
Answer the questions in the spaces provided.
All construction and projection lines must be clearly shown.
All dimensions are in millimetres unless otherwise stated.
The number of marks is given in brackets [ ] at the end of each question or part question.
DO NOT WRITE IN ANY BARCODES.

30

40

10

10

© UCLES 2009

SCALE 1:1

END VIEW

50

20

10

40

UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL EXAMINATIONS
General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level

(b) In the box provided, draw the correct symbol to match the
orthographic projection used.
[4]

(a) In the space below, accurately draw three full size orthographic
views of the model shop. Do not include the shop sign. [12]

A sketch of a card model shop is shown on the right. The model is to be
used to show a design for a gift shop called ‘ALL WRAPPED UP’.

Question 1

A sketch of the proposed name sign for the shop is shown on the
right. The sign is made from a number of geometrical shapes.

400

SECTION 1: Answer one question from this section.

15 5

*6801365486*

© UCLES 2009

(a) Draw an isometric view of the counter to a scale of 1:10 from the
given start point A. Estimate any dimensions not given.
[15]

Orthographic views of a shop counter are shown on the right. The counter
is used by shop assistants when serving customers. The counter is made
from 20 mm thick chipboard.

Question 2

A

900

600

1200
A

A

two rails 60 × 20

200
800

500

B

Use a mallet to tap the dowel
into the hole in part B.

STEP 2

STEP 3

STEP 4

Wood veneer

Shiny plastic

STEP 5

Apply pressure to the joint for
24 hours.

Sectional view of the dowel joint

Locate the dowel into the hole
Wipe off the excess glue.
in part A and push together.

(d) The illustrations below are to be used to show the different
finishes available for the shop counter. Complete the illustrations
by rendering to show each finish.
[6]

Squeeze a small amount of
glue into the holes in parts A
and B.

A

STEP 1

(c) An instruction leaflet is used to show the steps required to
make a dowel joint. Complete the instruction leaflet by adding
sketches to the boxes below.
[8]

Exploded sketch of the dowel joint

(b) The counter is delivered to the shop in a flat-pack form and then
fastened together with dowels and glue. An exploded sketch of
the dowel joint is shown below. Complete the sectional view of
the dowel joint shown on the right.
[5]






No Additional Materials are required

CDT: DESIGN AND COMMUNICATION
Paper 1

© UCLES 2009

GLUE TAB

IB09 11_7048_01/2RP

October/November 2009
2 hours 30 minutes
plus 15 minutes reading time

7048/01

ORTHOGRAPHIC

ORTHOGRAPHIC

‘P’ AND
HEXAGON

ORTHOGRAPHIC

ORTHOGRAPHIC

‘S’ AND
OCTAGON

3D SKETCH

3D SKETCH

[Turn over

Candidate Number .......................................................................................................................

Centre Number ............................................................................................................................

Other Names ...............................................................................................................................

Candidate Surname .....................................................................................................................

(c) In the space below, use sketches and notes to show an idea for
a mechanism that will make a letter ‘L’ ‘pop up’ when the label
is opened.
[5]

‘E’ AND
TRIANGLE

3D SKETCH

3D SKETCH

(d) In the space below, draw a three dimensional view of the ‘pop up’
label designed in (c). Show the label in the open position with the ‘pop
up’ ‘L’ clearly visible. Add colour to enhance the appearance of your
drawing.
[8]

‘L’ AND
SQUARE

COMPLETED LABEL

A manufacturer has decided to develop a new series of labels that are
folded and have a letter that ‘pops up’ when the label is opened.

LABEL

(b) Complete the drawings of the last three labels shown
on the right. Add the missing shapes and letters to the
same size and format as the completed label.
[8]

The shop has designed a series of labels to be attached to gifts.
The labels have a shape and a letter printed on the front. An
example of a label is shown below.

SHEET 2 OF 2 (SECTION 2)
Print your surname, other names, Centre number and candidate number in the spaces provided.
Answer one question only from Section 1 (Questions 1 and 2).
Answer two questions only from Section 2 (Questions 3 to 6).
Answer the questions in the spaces provided.
All construction and projection lines must be clearly shown.
All dimensions are in millimetres unless otherwise stated.
The number of marks is given in brackets [ ] at the end of each question or part question.

(c) In the space below, draw a three dimensional view of the
display stand designed in (b). Use colour rendering to show
that the stand is made from acrylic.
[10]

UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL EXAMINATIONS
General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level

(b) In the space below, use sketches and notes to show an idea
for the acrylic display stand.
[7]

stand on the counter;
hold one package of sweets;
show that a range of sweets is available;
show that the customer is able to choose the sweets.

The card package for sweets is to be displayed on an acrylic stand.
The display stand must:

Joins here

60

35

GLUE TAB

70

fold in flap

(a) Complete the full size drawing of the development (net) of
the package on the given start lines. Clearly show all fold
lines, glue tabs and fold in flaps.
[16]

(a) Orthographic views of four piles of boxes are shown on the
right. Complete the drawings by adding the missing three
dimensional (3D) sketches.
[12]

The shop uses a range of different shaped card packages for gifts.
These packages are stacked in piles on shelves behind the counter.

Question 3

A sketch of a card package for sweets is shown below. The package
is filled with a selection of sweets that have been chosen by the
customer.

Question 4

SECTION 2: Answer two questions from this section.

50

© UCLES 2009

(d) In the space on the right, sketch a pictorial view of the
modified display stand and the label. Add colour to enhance
the appearance of your sketch. Do not show the watch. [8]

(c) A self adhesive label is to be added to the front of the base
of the display stand to show the name of the watch. In the
space on the right, use sketches and notes to show your
ideas for a label based upon the theme ‘Diving’.
[6]

(b) The top of the stand is made from a 170 mm × 140 mm
rectangle of acrylic folded at 90 degrees. Testing has shown
that the top does not hold the watch in position. In the space
on the right, draw a design that will hold the watch in position
on the top of the stand.
[6]

A

(a) In the space below, complete the drawing of the development
(net) of the base of the acrylic display stand to a scale of 1:2.
Point A has been given as a starting point.
[13]

Orthographic sketches of an acrylic stand to display a watch are
shown on the right. The stand is made from two parts, labelled as
base and top.

A

140

watch displayed
on this part of
the stand

$300

$550

Tuesday

$400

Wednesday

$250

Thursday

$900

Friday

$1200

Saturday

$12 000

$9 000

July

$7 000

August

$10 000

Sept

$10 000

Oct

$8 500

Nov

Sort coins
Count coins
Check coin totals
Put money in bags
Complete form
Deposit at bank

Decision

Process

Start/end

SORT COINS

(c) Use the symbols given to complete the flow chart below to
show the stages in ‘cashing up’.
[8]

1
2
3
4
5
6

The owner of the shop has decided to produce a flow chart to show
staff how to ‘cash up’ at the end of the day. The steps are:

(b) In the space on the right, produce a bar chart to show the
sales figures for the last six months of trading. Use colour
and labels to enhance your illustration.
[8]

Sales

June

Sales figures for the last six months of trading are shown in the table
below.

(a) Draw a pie chart on the centre lines given to show the
distribution of the income for the week. Use colour and a key
to enhance your illustration.
[8]

Income

Monday

The income for the shop over a one week period is shown in the table
below.

45°

Ø40

40
65

(d) The sketch below shows the symbol that is used to identify
cash deposit machines. Complete the drawing of the symbol
on the given start lines.
[9]

University of Cambridge International Examinations is part of the Cambridge Assessment Group. Cambridge Assessment is the brand name of University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate (UCLES), which is itself a department of the University of Cambridge.

Permission to reproduce items where third-party owned material protected by copyright is included has been sought and cleared where possible. Every reasonable effort has been made by the publisher (UCLES) to trace copyright holders, but if any items requiring clearance have unwittingly been included, the publisher will be pleased to make amends at the earliest possible opportunity.

A

base

top

100

50
50

Question 6

100

Question 5

15


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