P13375: Hydraulic Nanomanipulator
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This project is a third phase building upon P12371 and P13371

The goal of this project is to increase the availability of nanotechnology. If successful this project will enable students in classrooms and laboratories around the world to control centrally located nanomanipulators remotely at a fraction of the cost of commercially available devices. This project is based off the two previous project groups, and will utilize the hydraulic pumps and control system these groups developed. The focus of this project will be to provide remote access,while improving the nanomanipulation device and reducing system backlash.

Sponsors

Sponsors

Project Name
Hydraulic Nanomanipulator
Project Number
P13074
Project Family
Start Term
2012-3
End Term
2013-1
Faculty Guide
Bill Nowak
Primary Customer
Dr. Michael Schrlau
Sponsor (financial support)
NBIL RIT

Team Members

From left to right: Bryon Elston, Elizabeth Fischer, Robert Menna, David Anderson, Ryan Dunn

From left to right: Bryon Elston, Elizabeth Fischer, Robert Menna, David Anderson, Ryan Dunn

Member Role Contact
Bryon Elston Network Engineer bce7698@rit.edu
Elizabeth Fischer Design Engineer - Team Leader emf7818@rit.edu
Robert Menna Controls Engineer rjm3342@rit.edu
David Anderson Manufacturing Engineer - Secretary dpa1327@rit.edu
Ryan Dunn Controls Engineer rmd8337@rit.edu

Table of Contents

MSD I MSD II

Photo Gallery

Planning & Execution

Systems Design

Detailed Design

Project Review

Photo Gallery

Planning & Execution

Build, Test, Document

Technical Paper

Final Presentation Review

Final Testing Review

Poster

Acknowledgements