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- The design shall comply with all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations. The team's design project report should include references to, and compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations.
- The design shall comply with all applicable RIT Policies and Procedures. The team's design project report should include references to, and compliance with all applicable RIT Policies and Procedures.
|Total Project Budget||Less Than or Equal To||500||US Dollars|
- Each team will be required to keep track of all expenses incurred with their project.
- Purchases for this project will be run through the Mechanical Engineering Office. Each team must complete a standard MSD purchase requisition and have it approved by their guide. After guide approval, the purchasing agent for the team can work with Ms. Venessa Mitchell in the ME office to execute the purchase and obtain the materials and supplies.
- Adverse environmental impacts of the project, such as the release of toxic materials or disruption of the natural wildlife, are to be minimized.
- Particular focus should be placed on resource sustainability (described further in Sustainability Constraints).
- Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) are required for all materials.
- This team is expected to demonstrate the value and outcome of their project at the annual Imagine RIT festival in the spring.
- Every member of the team is expected to comply with Institute Policies, including the Policy on Academic Honesty, and the Policy on Academic Accommodations.
Health and Safety
- Wherever practical, the design should follow industry standard codes and standards (e.g. Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS), FCC regulations, IEEE standards, and relevant safety standards as prescribed by IEC, including IEC60601). The team's design project report should include references to, and compliance with industry codes or standards.
- Commercially available, Off-The-Shelf (COTS) components available from more than one vendor are preferred.
- It is preferable to manufacture and assemble components in-house from raw materials where feasible.
- Students should articulate the reasoning and logic behind tolerances and specifications on manufacturing dimensions and purchasing specifications.
- All work to be completed by students in this track is expected to be released to the public domain. Students, Faculty, Staff, and other participants in the project will be expected to release rights to their designs, documents, drawings, etc., to the public domain, so that others may freely build upon the results and findings without constraint.
- Students, Faculty, and Staff associated with the project are encouraged to publish findings, data, and results openly.
- Students, Faculty, and Staff associated with the project are expected to respect the intellectual property of others, including copyright and patent rights.
|Printed Documentation||Less Than or Equal To||150||Pages|
- All raw materials and purchased materials, supplies, and components used in this project must have a clearly defined Re-Use, Re-Manufacturing, or Recycling plan.
- This is intended to be a "Zero Landfill" project. This includes documents as well as project materials.
- Each team in the project family is limited to no more than 150 pages of printed documentation during MSD1 and MSD2 (not including the MSD2 poster and MSD2 technical paper). Teams may use an unlimited amount of electronic documentation, unless disk space becomes limited on the server.
- Each team must prepare an MSD2 poster and technical paper which is exempt from the paper constraint above.
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