TECH 106 Final Presentation

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TECH 106 Final Presentation

  1. 1. Tech 106 D305: Team 2 - Absolute<br />1<br />
  2. 2. The Black BoxTeam 2 – Absolute<br />Tech 106 D305: Team 2 - Absolute<br />2<br />By: Jocelin, Sandy, Nathaniel, and Brian<br />Animated Mechanical Toy<br />November 28, 2008<br />
  3. 3. Outline<br />Introduction<br />Brainstorming<br />Digital Model<br />Physical Model<br />Differences<br />Conclusion<br />Tech 106 D305: Team 2 - Absolute<br />3<br />
  4. 4. Introduction<br />AMT – The Black Box<br />Two Robots<br />Robots rotates using a friction drive<br />One Tower With One Observation Deck<br />Deck translates up and down using a cam<br />Tech 106 D305: Team 2 - Absolute<br />4<br />
  5. 5. Brainstorming<br />Original design:<br />A tower with an observation deck that moves up and down<br />A train that rotates around the tower<br />Amusement park theme<br />Changes:<br />No more train – 2 robots rotating instead<br />Futuristic theme<br />Tech 106 D305: Team 2 - Absolute<br />5<br />
  6. 6. Digital Model Demonstration<br />Tech 106 D305: Team 2 - Absolute<br />6<br />Video Demonstration<br />
  7. 7. Digital Model: Process<br />Parts:<br />Everyone did their share of work<br />Very little modification to parts during assembly process<br />Assembly:<br />Jocelin and Sandy put together the figure<br />Brian and Nathaniel put together the mechanical box<br />Tech 106 D305: Team 2 - Absolute<br />7<br />
  8. 8. Digital Model: Process<br />Obstacles:<br />Figure assembly and Mechanical Box assembly did not mate together<br />Figure parts had to be inserted and mated in the Mechanical Box assembly file directly<br />Tech 106 D305: Team 2 - Absolute<br />8<br />
  9. 9. Physical Model Demonstration<br />Tech 106 D305: Team 2 - Absolute<br />9<br />Physical Demonstration<br />
  10. 10. Physical Model: Process<br />Materials:<br />cardboard<br />paper<br />tape<br />hot glue<br />bubble tea straws<br />plastic container/lid<br />wooden skewers<br />chopsticks<br />toys<br />paint<br />rubber bands<br />sand paper<br />staples<br />Instruments/Tools:<br />knife<br />scissors<br />hot glue gun<br />stapler<br />white out<br />hands<br />brains<br />spatial thinking<br />Tech 106 D305: Team 2 - Absolute<br />10<br />
  11. 11. Physical Model: Process<br />Obstacles:<br />Original mechanical box had to resized<br />Crank shaft made out of newspaper<br />Friction drive shaft not stable: supported with casing<br />Tower radius too wide for observation deck<br />One of the robots was too tall/wide<br />Keeping within height constraints<br />Support platform got in the way of cam<br />Tech 106 D305: Team 2 - Absolute<br />11<br />
  12. 12. Differences: Digital vs. Physical<br />Brainstorming:<br />Mechanisms worked exactly the same way we imagined<br />Differences for physical model:<br />Friction drive shaft supporters<br />Crank shaft is longer<br />Crank shaft only turns 1 direction<br />Friction drives placed more towards centre of mechanical box<br />Tower roof is closed<br />No tower supports<br />Tech 106 D305: Team 2 - Absolute<br />12<br />
  13. 13. Conclusion<br />Tech 106 D305: Team 2 - Absolute<br />13<br />Questions?<br />Comments?<br />
  14. 14. The Black BoxTeam 2 – Absolute<br />Tech 106 D305: Team 2 - Absolute<br />14<br />By: Jocelin, Sandy, Nathaniel, and Brian<br />Animated Mechanical Toy<br />November 28, 2008<br />

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