Design Proposal<br />Joe Caughlin<br />Brandon Cook<br />Heather Reinhart<br />
Design Concept<br />“Black Box” containing electronics, motors, ect<br />Ability to move from side to side on rails<br />P...
Mechanical Aspects<br />Steel rails allow side to side movement<br />Aluminum table clamps<br />Box for controls<br />Gear...
Electrical<br />Two motors<br />Slide rail motor<br />Kicker Motor<br />Micro controller<br />Mega 128<br />Power source<b...
Software<br /><ul><li>Software is what will drive the system.
C and Matlab based
Sequential operations</li></li></ul><li>System Goals<br />Be able to shoot a puck with a varying amount of force<br />Be a...
Implementation<br />
Sketches<br />
Sketches<br />
Sketches<br />
Flow chart<br />
Responsibilities<br />Brandon: Design, Programming, and Circuits and Testing<br />Heather: Design, Manufacture, Building, ...
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Robot proposal

  1. 1. Design Proposal<br />Joe Caughlin<br />Brandon Cook<br />Heather Reinhart<br />
  2. 2. Design Concept<br />“Black Box” containing electronics, motors, ect<br />Ability to move from side to side on rails<br />Pucks held off to the side of table<br />Kicker with grips to grab next puck and shoot puck down table<br />
  3. 3. Mechanical Aspects<br />Steel rails allow side to side movement<br />Aluminum table clamps<br />Box for controls<br />Gears to adjust control<br />Claw: grab and shoot pucks<br />Canister to store remaining pucks<br />
  4. 4. Electrical<br />Two motors<br />Slide rail motor<br />Kicker Motor<br />Micro controller<br />Mega 128<br />Power source<br />
  5. 5. Software<br /><ul><li>Software is what will drive the system.
  6. 6. C and Matlab based
  7. 7. Sequential operations</li></li></ul><li>System Goals<br />Be able to shoot a puck with a varying amount of force<br />Be able to shoot the puck from different places<br />Be able to have the system detect the state of the game<br />Adjust/strategize about how to shoot the puck<br />Reload autonomously<br />Win!<br />
  8. 8. Implementation<br />
  9. 9. Sketches<br />
  10. 10. Sketches<br />
  11. 11. Sketches<br />
  12. 12. Flow chart<br />
  13. 13. Responsibilities<br />Brandon: Design, Programming, and Circuits and Testing<br />Heather: Design, Manufacture, Building, Testing and Circuit assistance<br />Joe: Design, Manufacture, Building and Testing<br />
  14. 14. Timeline<br />Week 2: Prototype and find all parts<br />Week 3: Start building and troubleshooting<br />Week 4: Continue building/troubleshooting<br />Week 5: Redesign and rebuild<br />Week 6: Test functionality<br />Week 7: Troubleshoot and test<br />Week 8: Fine tune<br />Week 9: Make any further adjustments<br />Week 10: Play Shuffleboard!<br />
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