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REVERSEENGINEERING!   By: Kevin Kubis and Olivia Foy            L3 Project
SOLUTION
Parts left the Same       •Brown Backing       •White Outlets           •Fixtures Improved Parts  •Structure for outlet ho...
Changes in Design• Allowed for 14 more outlets by using a  checkerboard pattern rather than horizontal and  vertical patte...
Conclusion• We were able to make out design have more  outlets with the same dimensions for the  frame, make our design ea...
Team Norms                             Kevin Kubis & Olivia Foy1. Everyone in the group will accept each others’ ideas.2. ...
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Reverse engineering p2
Reverse engineering p2
Reverse engineering p2
Reverse engineering p2
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Reverse engineering p2

  1. 1. REVERSEENGINEERING! By: Kevin Kubis and Olivia Foy L3 Project
  2. 2. SOLUTION
  3. 3. Parts left the Same •Brown Backing •White Outlets •Fixtures Improved Parts •Structure for outlet holes •Brown Backing Assembly •Storage Devices
  4. 4. Changes in Design• Allowed for 14 more outlets by using a checkerboard pattern rather than horizontal and vertical pattern• Slots in the frame to allow the brown backing to slide in rather than screw in• Pegs and holes in the frame so that many testing devices can stack on top of one another for storage use• Make the frame out of fiberglass to make it very lightweight and it still withstands temperatures - 200 degrees F to 800 degrees F
  5. 5. Conclusion• We were able to make out design have more outlets with the same dimensions for the frame, make our design easily withstand the changing temperatures, and make it a lot more lightweight
  6. 6. Team Norms Kevin Kubis & Olivia Foy1. Everyone in the group will accept each others’ ideas.2. Everyone will participate and play a large role in the outcome of the product.3. Everyone will complete their assigned components of the project.4. There will be no fighting between members5. We will communicate fluently6. Work will be split up evenly
  7. 7. 2 1 Parts List ITEM QTY PART NUMBER MATERIAL VOLUME MASS 1 1 brown board Phenolic 19.125 0.953 2 in^3 lbmass 2 1 board fiberglass 141.591 0.164 in^3 lbmassB 1 B 1 1 2 2A A STUDENT NAME DRAWING NAME DATE kubis7124 Assembly.iam 5/17/2011 TEACHER NAME SCALE MATERIAL CLASS & PERIOD WEDOFF .09:1 carbon fiber and T-202-03 plastic 2 1
  8. 8. 2 1B BA A STUDENT NAME DRAWING NAME DATE kubis7124 Assembly.iam 5/17/2011 TEACHER NAME SCALE MATERIAL CLASS & PERIOD WEDOFF .14:1 plastic and carbon T-202-03 fiber 2 1
  9. 9. 2 1 4.00B B .50 15.50 16.00 2.25 4.50 .25 4.00 .50 2.50 .50 .50 2.00 .45 .62 .20 1.13 .75 18.50 19.00A A .35 .25 STUDENT NAME DRAWING NAME DATE kubis7124 board.ipt 5/11/2011 TEACHER NAME SCALE MATERIAL CLASS & PERIOD WEDOFF 0.14:1 carbon fiber and T-202-03 plastic 2 1
  10. 10. 2 1 .08B B 15.00 17.00A A STUDENT NAME DRAWING NAME DATE kubis7124 brown board.ipt 5/16/2011 TEACHER NAME SCALE MATERIAL CLASS & PERIOD WEDOFF 0.16:1 plastic T-202-03 2 1

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