Customer Handoff & Final Project Documentation
Team Vision for Final Demo and Handoff (Kyle)
The Customer Handoff & Final Project Documentation phase is used to demonstrate full system functionality, and comparison of performance specifications relating back to the Customer and Engineering Requirements from MSD I. The teams goal for this phase was complete integration and test into the prototype X-01 model, and full build and test for the production A-01 model.
Previously, the team did need to enforce a "DAY ZERO" for the Force Sensitive Resistor as that aspect of the project was taking too many vital resources the team needed elsewhere. The new way of driving the button press is by distance instead of force. Other aspects of the project, such as the magnetic apparatus head are still functional to prevent screen damage.
Test Results for the X-01 system will be discussed, along with the current status of the A-01 build status. Risks and PTR updates will be presented. The team needed to re-allocate resources and abandon using the FSR.
The overall project documentation will be shown including mechanical drawings and the mechanical assembly of the system, electrical schematics and a final bill of materials. RIT specific deliverables include a technical Paper and poster.
Finally, the team will discuss any open action items remaining to be completed prior to Imagine RIT.
Current Task Status
Mechanical System (Matt)
|Apparatus II Design and Drawings||100%|
|A-01 Jig and Insert Machining||100%|
|A-01 System Assembly||75%|
Electrical System (Mark) =
|Power Supply Wiring||100%|
|A-01 Wiring and Sodering||100%|
Software System (Sarah)
|Finalized System Architecture||100%|
|Software Subsystem Test||100%|
|Software Documentation and Process Sheet||100%|
RIT Deliverables (Harvick)
Test Results Summary (Mike)
All subsystem and system tests of ATLAS model X-01 were completed. From subsystem testing, the FSR worked as intended. When a new model of the touch apparatus chamber was used, the FSR would no longer read values due to the size of the new chamber. A new method of reading pressure data is recommended.
All detailed results of this prototypal testing can be found in the Prototype testing document
As such, the following document contains all information on requirements completion as of the termination of this MSD project.
Risk Tracking (Mike)
All detailed Risk Tracking can be found at this link
Problem Tracking (Mike)
Unclosed PTR will be properly addressed with plan for future implementation of new technique for pressure reading (microswitch checking spring compression.) All PTRs are listed in documentation All detailed Risk Tracking can be found at here.
Delivered Project Documentation
The final project documentation includes the final electrical and mechanical schematics, and the final release of software. RIT deliverables include a technical paper and poster, which will also be delivered to the customer.
Mechanical Drawings (Kyle)
All the mechanical drawings can be found here.
|A-01 Assembly Drawing|
|A-01 Apparatus Assembly Drawing|
Mechanical Assembly (Matt)
Electrical Drawings (Mark)All the electrical drawings can be found here.
Final Bill of Materials (Mark)
The final BOM for the A-01 production model can be found here.
|Final Bill of Materials|
Final Software Release (Sarah)Final code for ATLAS can be found at the link here. There are two sections of software:
- Arduino/C++ code in subdirectory which runs on the Teensy 3.6
- Python script (API_test_code.py) which runs on host computer in order to test Ethernet functionality.
The python script linked above is configured with MFD sizes and lengths to operate with A-01. The previous revision of the code is set up for the X-01 mockup and can be found here.
The Interface Design Document for communicating with ATLAS over TCP/IP can be found here.
The word document version of the IDD is also available for future editing.
The document above gives all information needed to set up communication between ATLAS and an external system using TCP/IP. The API_test_code.py script can also be referenced to aid in understanding and testing.
Final Budget Report (Mark)
Detailed budget information can be found here.
RIT Deliverables include a technical paper and an Imagine RIT poster. Both are available to the customer on this site.
Technical Paper (Mark)The technical paper is nearly complete can be found here. The paper dives into the teams design designs, as well as high level test results and design features.
Imagine RIT Poster (Harvick)
X-01 Functional Demonstration
Invertability Demonstration (Mike)
While inverted at 180 degrees, in our prototype model, the touch apparatus needed to extend by 30% more than if at 0 degrees orientation or 90 degrees orientation. This is primarily caused by the lacking support on the frame of the NEMA 23 motor.
Capactive Touch (Kyle)
A-01 Additional Features
|A-01 Arm Length Adjustment|
Enclosed Electronics Mount (Harvick)
|A-01 Electronics Mount|
Avalex MFD Mockup for A-01
This will be used for Imagine RIT to show the Avalex MFD the A-01 system will be tested on.
|Laser Rastered Avalex MFD Mockup (1:1 Scale)|
ATLAS MSD II Phase 4 Closeout
The latest ATLAS Integrated Master Schedule can be downloaded here.
|ATLAS MSD II Phase 4 Integrated Master Schedule|
|ATLAS Master Schedule|
Open Action Items
- 12-hours Repeatability test of X-01 System. (4/28)
- Complete Assembly of A-01 System. (4/26)
- Calibration test of the A-01 System. (5/1)
- Check all CAD & Schematics are at latest revision. (4/28)
- Provide design recommendations for Lockheed to implement. (5/1)
- Transition Process Sheets into a compiled user manual. (5/1)
- Finalize Tech Paper Conclusions and Recommendations. (4/26)
- Gate Review w/ RIT. (TBD)
- Customer handoff. (TBD)