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L3 communications reverse engineering anish and jacobo
L3 communications reverse engineering anish and jacobo
L3 communications reverse engineering anish and jacobo
L3 communications reverse engineering anish and jacobo
L3 communications reverse engineering anish and jacobo
L3 communications reverse engineering anish and jacobo
L3 communications reverse engineering anish and jacobo
L3 communications reverse engineering anish and jacobo
L3 communications reverse engineering anish and jacobo
L3 communications reverse engineering anish and jacobo
L3 communications reverse engineering anish and jacobo
L3 communications reverse engineering anish and jacobo
L3 communications reverse engineering anish and jacobo
L3 communications reverse engineering anish and jacobo
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  • 1. L3 Communications Reverse Engineering
    Presented by Anish Tailor
    and Jacob Wilson
  • 2. Constraints
    Certain rules we must abide by
    1. Alter the original testing rack, but without changing size and overall design.
    2. The timer inputs must not be altered.
    3. The structure must support itself.
    4. Materials that have a low melting or freezing point cannot be used.
  • 3. Problem and Design Statement
    To Develop a new testing racks to hold timers. This rack must go through any environment the timers would go through. L3 Avionics would put this rack into a testing chamber to see if the structure and timers and withstand the environmental forces.
    Target Consumer and Client Co. would be L3 Communications.
    Design Statement: To design, model and build a testing rack which holds timers through contrasting temperatures and physical movements.
  • 4. Problems found
    Main Problems
  • 5. Solutions
  • 6.
  • 7.
  • 8. Chosen Idea
    The proposed structure would contain a handle on the top and everything will acquire a new material scheme of Titanium.
    The steel base of the structure would be removed.
    There will be a plastic sheet covering the wiring in the back of the structure that can slide in and out of place for easy access.
    The thickness of the Railings will be reduced.
    The Titanium is known for its excellent resistance to corrosion.
  • 9. Final prototype of Chosen Idea
  • 10. New Back
  • 11. Assembly Chart
  • 12.
  • 13. Materials used in proposal
    Nonferrous Metals
    Ferrous Metals
    Plastics
  • 14. WorksCited
    http://www.lenntech.com/periodic/elements/ti.htm
    http://www.roymech.co.uk/Useful_Tables/Matter/Titanium.html

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