P16390: Portable Puck Passer


Project Summary Project Information

The current Hockey Industry has numerous practice oriented tools and devices available on the market today. Most of these training implements tailor to specific skills such as stick handling, shooting or strength training. While these systems allow an individual to practice on their own time, they often isolate the player and detract from advancement under more “life like” playing conditions. This was the reason why early automatic hockey puck passers came into fruition. Unfortunately, these systems fell short of their potential by having minimal versatility, expensive price tags and difficult to transport designs. While these qualities may not detract teams or arenas from purchasing them, the average consumer would most likely find them undesirable. It is the goal of this project to provide a puck delivery system with improved functionality, affordability and transportability over the existing models.

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Project Name
Puck Passer
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Project Family
Sport Training Improvement
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Faculty Guide
Louis Beato, ljbeec@rit.edu
Primary Customer
Matt Webster, mrw7968@rit.edu

Team Members

Meet the Team

Meet the Team

Member Role Contact
Ryan Parsons Project Manager rop7935@rit.edu
Chad Uckermark Lead Mechanical Engineer ceu3173@rit.edu
Doug Yencer Systems Integration Engineer djy3060@rit.edu
Spencer Argenna Design Engineer sma4396@rit.edu
Mike Coppola Lead Electrical Engineer mike.coppola734@gmail.com
Alex Wright Electrical Engineer alw7161@rit.edu

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Planning & Execution

Project Photos and Videos

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


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