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Customer Handoff & Final Project Documentation

Table of Contents

Imagine RIT

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Paper and Poster

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Performance vs. Requirements

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Product Comparison

The three products Steppe, Mist, and Peat were compared based on many criteria from the engineering requirements. They can be seen below. public/Photo Gallery/Customer Handoff/Comparison.JPG

Process Flow Diagrams

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Sorting and Material Used Calculations

The sorting at Goodwill outlined in our previous pages was used to calculate the approximate amount of products we could make. The numbers are not a combination of each other. Each case is if one product was made with all material available.

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Test Plans

Costing Tool

The costing tool was used for all 3 products. The yearly profit for Steppe and Peat sold at $4/pound was found to be $352,720. The yearly profit for Mist sold at $3/pound was found to be $315,188.

Bill of Materials

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Problem Tracking and Risk Assessment

Final Team Visions

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Final Conclusions


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