Human powered blender 215 lt_f12

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Human powered blender 215 lt_f12

  1. 1. (team picture) Photo Credit: Christopher Alston Human Powered BlenderTeam Pink Elephant: Michelle Aldrete, Adam Clark, Danielle Salamoni, and Garett Sietz
  2. 2. IntroductionThe objective for this project is to design a human powered blender for children Kindergarten through 12th grade. http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/723627
  3. 3. Introduction ContinuedLaurel Tree Charter Laurel Tree CharterSchool does not have a School has a humanhuman powered blender powered blander. Specifications: Considerations: • Size options • Vandalism • Evident Education • Mobility Value • Usability • User Guide • Replaceable Parts • Versatility
  4. 4. Criteria Safety 10 Usability 9 Repair and Maintainability 9 Durability 8 Effectiveness 7 Level of Educational Value 4 Cost 3*Criteria were assigned a weight value of least important to mostimportant on a scale from 0-10
  5. 5. Final Design 24V DC Motor Storage for Battery, Inverter, and Blender Wheel Steel Hub Bench Photo Credit: Adam ClarkPedals Photo Credit: Garett Sietz
  6. 6. CostMaintenance Cost Task Frequency Task Time Cost Time Belt Change Approximately every 5 years 30 minutes 50.00 5 Years Cleaning Blender Before putting the blender away 15 minutes 0.00 Variable depending on usage Changing Wood As needed Variable Variable Variable Battery Replacement As needed 15 minutes 30.00 3-5 YearsMaterial Cost Item QTY Cost for Pink Elephants Retail Cost Plywood (5ft by 5ft) 1 Donated 22.51 2 by 4 (Various Lengths) 7 Donated 5.00 Bicycle Wheel 1 Donated 35.00 Bicycle Chains 4 Donated 39.88 36V DC Motor 1 50.00 100.00 12V Battery 1 35.47 35.47 Belt 1 31.07 31.07 Steel Bearings (3/8 in) 2 23.59 23.59 Plywood (8ft by 6ft) 1 22.51 22.51 Multimeter 1 9.97 9.97 Waterseal (12 Oz) 2 8.63 8.63 Blocking Diode 1 7.49 7.49 Jumper Cables 1 7.49 7.49 4 by 4 (6ft) 2 6.50 6.50 Rim Tape (Roll) 1 5.39 5.39 2" Stainless Steel Screws 30 5.10 5.10 2 by 4 (8 ft) 1 5.00 5.00 Battery/Alternator Testor 1 4.99 4.99 Corner Brace (1 1/2 in) 1 3.99 3.99 3" Stainless Steel Screws 20 3.80 3.80 Steel Rod (1/2 in, 3ft) 1 2.97 2.97 Sandpaper (Packs) 1 1.50 1.50 Total 235.46 387.85
  7. 7. Summary and Conclusion• To completely discharge the battery, the blender must be run for approximately 2 hours• To completely recharge the battery, the device must be operated for approximately 12 hours

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