P16006: Tub Lift 2
/public/

Integrated System Build & Test

Table of Contents

Team Vision for Integrated System Build & Test Phase

Overall, we sought to get as far as we could with obtaining all of our materials and getting them processed into our lift and swivel parts by the RIT machine shop. This has mostly been done, with one or two remaining elements to address. We managed to get most of our parts processed thus far and have sanded down sharp edges and added a better, polished finish to the material. We also have learned that we will no longer need to anodize the lift components during this phase.

Test Results Summary

No further testing has been conducted since the last phase as the lift and swivel assemblies are currently being put together. Once these main systems are in a functional state, we will be able to fill out the rest of the test requirements that have been identified.

https://edge.rit.edu/dav/P16006/web/public/Subsystem%20Build%20and%20Test/Finalized%20Test%20Plans.PNG

Please click the following link to download:

Test Plans

Risk and Problem Tracking

Risk Management

The risk management sheet has not changed from the last phase. However, it is important to note that a lot of the risk that is associated with vendors has been planned for by adding extra time for tasks and iteration within the project schedule. We are currently on-track as a team. Additionally, there is no longer a need for anodizing lift components for reasons described within the problem tracking section.

https://edge.rit.edu/dav/P16006/web/public/Project%20Management/risk%20and%20problem%20management/Risk%20Management%20Graphic.PNG

Please click the following link to download:

Risk management Assessment

Problem Tracking

Due to health issues, our original customer is no longer invested in the tub lift project. Due to this, our chosen solution for the hosing uncertainties has allowed us to circumvent any potential issues with not having proper connections. An additional effect of this situation is that we no longer need to anodize the components of the lift as it will never be utilized in a person's bathtub.

https://edge.rit.edu/dav/P16006/web/public/Integrated%20System%20Build%20and%20Test/Problem%20Tracking.JPG

Please click the following link to download:

Problem Tracking

Plans for next phase

As a team, we plan to complete the assembly of all main project elements within the next phase. We are in the processing of addressing safety and aesthetic concerns with the raw components (a better finish is being applied and any sharp edges are being smoothed out). Once these components are put together, we will finish all of the remaining test requirements.

Please refer to the following attachments to view individual plans for the next phase of the project:

Branch - Integrated System Build & Test
Hall - Integrated System Build & Test
Krall - Integrated System Build & Test
Swearingen - Integrated System Build & Test

Home | Planning & Execution | Imagine RIT

Problem Definition | Systems Design | Subsystem Design | Preliminary Detailed Design | Detailed Design

Build & Test Prep | Subsystem Build & Test | Integrated System Build & Test | Integrated System Build & Test with Customer Demo | Customer Handoff & Final Project Documentation