Customer Handoff & Final Project Documentation
Table of Contents
Team Vision for Final Demo and Handoff
Our goal was to prepare for Imagine RIT, complete analysis of the model and final documentation, and continue build.
Action Item from last review
- Finish Test plans for model 1 - 100%
- Begin printing bone set for next 5 models - 10%
- Model 1 complete - 100%
- Model 2 build/test - 100%
- Model 3-6 build - 50%
- Model 3-6 test - 0%
- Manual - 100%
- Poster - 100%
- ImagineRIT- 100%
- Paper - 100%
- Prep hand-off - 100%
- Update Drawings - 100%
- Finish Test plans for model 1 – All
- Begin printing bone set for next 5 models – All
- Model 1 complete – All
- Model 2 build – All
- Manual - Maria
- Poster – Shannon
- Imagine Prep – All
- Paper – Amanda
- Prep hand-off – All
- Update Drawings - Chris
Test Results Summary
Final Customer Requirements
Final Engineering Requirements
Upon comparing the original requirements with the final device performance, all needs were met by the final design. The Model can record 3 the static data from the bicep, brachialis, and brachioradialis 'muscles' simultaneously. The joint can move on a range from 0 to 120 degrees and can securely hold a weight of up to 500g. The deviation of the strings during use is less than 1cm of length dropped while holding a 250g weight for 1 minute. The pinlocks in the bones allow three wrist positions to be simulated; supination, pronation, and neutral. Assembly of the model takes 12 minutes and the footprint of the model is 1.94ftsq. The final attachment points of the muscles are 2.5cm distal for the bicep, 3cm distal for the brachilais, and 3cm proximal for the brachioradialis.
Customer Requirements vs. Engineering Requirements vs. Test Results
Performance Vs. Requirements
- Final Customer Requirements File.
- Final Engineering Requirements File.
- Test Results File
- Performance vs. Requirements File
Risk and Problem Tracking
Final Project Documentation
Final Drawings and Designs
Bill of Materials
Drawing PDF Files:
A FOLDER CONTAINING ALL DESIGN FILES CAN BE FOUND IN THE /PUBLIC/ FOLDER UNDER 0. ALL DESIGN FILES
Capstone Working File
- P17082 Model Manual here.
Recommendations for Future Work
- Use new pin locks that secure the bones on both sides.
- Make model dynamic (either using air muscles or strings) to allow for a wider range of experiments and procedures.
Functional Demo Materials
- Final Presentation here.
Notes from Review
- Print more bones for Dr. Bailey (one more set of bones)
- Add sources of data numbers into manual
- Add section on edge for manual and link finished manual to it
- Correction factor verdict
- Order pin locks and update BOM
- Set up meeting with Dr. Bailey for customer handoff (Wednesday)
- Copyright forms (Thursday)
- Peer reviews (Saturday)
- Gate review (Tuesday 12pm)
- Test with different load cells
- What would happen if the string stretched as much as it did in terms of force and angle (scenario)