Pringles Chip ChallengeBy: Sidath Wanigasinghe and Kevin Kubis
Problem Definition We need send the chip to our contact at  Conant without the chip breaking The package needs to be sma...
Brainstorming ProcessPossible Ideas Wrap chip in aluminum foil and place in jello Wrap chip in aluminum foil, with a lay...
First Primary Idea   Styrofoam mold
Second Primary Idea   Paper Mache mold around the chip
Third Primary Idea   Placing the chip inside Jello
Design BriefClient Company: Pringles Department of Procter & Gamble.Target Consumer: PLTW students and teachers at J. B. C...
Decision Matrix              Durability     Safety        Size           TotalsPaper      4                 4             ...
Package Opening
Testing•The pringles chip container waswrapped in a layer of bubblewrap and polyester cotton. Itturned out to be a very ef...
Conclusion   After doing all the steps of the design    process, we successfully made a    sufficient package that could ...
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  1. 1. Pringles Chip ChallengeBy: Sidath Wanigasinghe and Kevin Kubis
  2. 2. Problem Definition We need send the chip to our contact at Conant without the chip breaking The package needs to be small in size
  3. 3. Brainstorming ProcessPossible Ideas Wrap chip in aluminum foil and place in jello Wrap chip in aluminum foil, with a layer of petroleum jelly inside a box Wrap chip in aluminum foil and a layer of plaster/paper mache Make styrofoam molding of the chip and pad the outside of the box
  4. 4. First Primary Idea Styrofoam mold
  5. 5. Second Primary Idea Paper Mache mold around the chip
  6. 6. Third Primary Idea Placing the chip inside Jello
  7. 7. Design BriefClient Company: Pringles Department of Procter & Gamble.Target Consumer: PLTW students and teachers at J. B. Conant HighSchool and William Fremd High School.Designers: Sidath Wanigasinghe, Eric Killian, and Kevin Kubis.Problem Statement: Ship a single Pringle’s chip from one high school tothe other without it breaking using the United States Postal Service.Design Statement: We want to be able to successfully ship a single chipusing the most cost-effective method possible, yet keeping the chip in onepiece.Constraints: Use the United States Postal Service flat rate boxes.Keep the chip in one piece.The chip must be edible when it arrives.
  8. 8. Decision Matrix Durability Safety Size TotalsPaper 4 4 4 12Mache MoldChip in Jello 3 4 3 10Styrofoam 5 4 5 14MoldBad Average Good 3 4 5Durability: How much force the package can resist -Scale 3-5Safety: Will the chip be safe and snug? -Scale 3-5Size: How large is the package, ideally it should be small. -Scale 3-5
  9. 9. Package Opening
  10. 10. Testing•The pringles chip container waswrapped in a layer of bubblewrap and polyester cotton. Itturned out to be a very effectivepadding/cushioning system.•I dropped it three times frommy room window, which is 11feet off the ground. Each timethe pringles chip came out of thebox unscathed.
  11. 11. Conclusion After doing all the steps of the design process, we successfully made a sufficient package that could send the chip over to Conant

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