|Project Summary||Project Information|
The student makerspace at the RIT Construct provides 3-D Printing solutions for students and faculty. Currently, there is a great deal of waste involved in the 3-D Printing process, in addition to lack of recyclable material. Consequently, an improvement to the current process is required. The goal of this project is to develop a filament extruder that can accept recycled material as well as new raw material. It's essential that the filament is spooled at a specific diameter and that the system is safe and easy to use.
|Maria Echavarria||Industrial Engineer||[Email: email@example.com]|
|Tim Salecky||Mechanical Engineer||[Email: firstname.lastname@example.org]|
|Adam Kristan||Mechanical Engineer||[Email: email@example.com]|
|Dylan Currier||Mechanical Engineer||[Email: firstname.lastname@example.org]|
Work Breakdown: By Phase
|MSD I & II||MSD I||MSD II|
Customer Handoff & Final Project Documentation (Verification & Validation)
Work Breakdown: By Topic
|Project Management||Design Tools||Design Documentation||Implementation||Validation||Presentation & Dissemination|
Communication & Minutes
Pugh Concept Selection
Design Review Documents
Imagine RIT Exhibit
We would like to acknowledge Mike Buffalin for his incredible support and valuable feedback throughout the development of this project.
We would also like to acknowledge our guides, Susan Farnand and Chris Leibfried. Their hard work and guidance have helped steer our project in the right direction and provided us with a solid base to advance towards our goals.
Special thanks to Dave Haakens and the Precious Plastics team for providing us with fresh ideas and extremely valuable information. More info regarding the Precious Plastics project can be found below: https://preciousplastic.com/en/info/about.html