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