P15311: PCB Router
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The objective of this project is for students to design, develop and manufacture a PCB (printed circuit board) isolation routing system to create prototype boards that would normally be fabricated (etched) externally. The primary advantage of establishing this capability in-house would be to reduce lead-times and allow students to gain insights into circuit functionality early in the build cycle. Having this capability would allow multiple board artwork spins for a given project, which is typically non existent or very costly.

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Project Name
PCB Router rev. 2
Project Number
P15311
Project Family
P14311
Start Term
2145
End Term
2151
Faculty Guide

Vincent Burolla: vburolla@gmail.com

Gary Werth: gdwddm@rit.edu

Primary Customer
RIT
Sponsor (financial support)
RIT

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Team Members

Member Role Contact
Tom Bizon Lead Electrical Engineer, EE tmb1131@g.rit.edu
Emily Roberts-Sovie Safety, Statistics, & Documentation Lead, IE emr9924@rit.edu
Devon Monaco Project Manager, ME dam9976@rit.edu
Joe Lee Lead Mechanical Engineer, Facilitator, ME jpl4829@rit.ed
Nate Faulknor Systems Integration, EE naf3697@rit.edu
Yevgeniy Parfilko Mechanical Interface Engineer, ME yvp4331@rit.edu
Kenny Ung Electrical Design Engineer, EE kpu4556@rit.edu

Table of Contents

MSD I & II MSD I MSD II

Photo Gallery

Planning & Execution

Gate Reviews

Problem Definition

Systems Design

Sub-System Design

Detailed Design

Build, Test, Document

Acknowledgements


Planning & Execution | Problem Definition | Systems Design | Sub-System Design | Detailed Design | Build, Test, Document| Photo Gallery