P19037: Skreppa Modular Shoe
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In Icelandic, the word "Skreppa", pronounced [SCRAP-ah] means "to go off for a little while." That is exactly the type of ideology that we're aiming for this project. A modular shoe, composed of recycled/upcycled waste and ethically sourced material shouldn't be confined to one area. It should explore and enable the wearer to adventure without caution.

The Skreppa - Modular shoe project is seeking to revolutionize how footwear should benefit the wearer. With a swappable outsole, midsole, and insole, the shoe enables you to customize your footwear for what you need in any moment. Engineers for a Sustainable World -- our customer and sponsor -- has given us the opportunity to usher in this new era. Our fundamental goal is to deliver a shoe that will allow the user to swap from a hiking boot -> running shoe -> flat bottom shoe on the go.

We are always seeking prospective testers so we can reach the broadest spectrum of people.

RIT ESW Chapter

RIT ESW Chapter

Project Name
Skreppa - Modular Shoe
Project Number
P19037
Start Term
Fall 2018
End Term
Spring 2019
Faculty Guide
Jerry Adamski, 585-465-2937, Jerry.Adamski@rit.edu
Primary Customer
Bri Goold - RIT Engineers for a Sustainable World, contact
Sponsor
Chris Kratzer - RIT Engineers for a Sustainable World, contact

Team Members

Nicholas Amato, Haley Gallagher, Lydia Yeckley, and Mickey Evans

Nicholas Amato, Haley Gallagher, Lydia Yeckley, and Mickey Evans

Member Role Contact
Lydia Yeckley Mechanical Engineering email
Nicholas Amato Mechanical Engineering - Purchasing Agent email
Mickey Evans Industrial Engineering - Project Manager email
Haley Gallagher Biomedical Engineering email

Work Breakdown: By Phase

MSD I & II MSD I MSD II

Planning & Execution

Project Photos and Videos

Imagine RIT

Gate Reviews

Problem Definition

Systems Design

Preliminary Detailed Design

Detailed Design

Build & Test Prep

Subsystem Build & Test

Integrated System Build & Test

Customer Handoff & Final Project Documentation (Verification & Validation)

Work Breakdown: By Topic

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Project Management Design Tools Design Documentation Implementation Validation Presentation & Dissemination

PRP

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Schedule

Cost

Risk Management

Communication & Minutes

Use Cases

Benchmarking

Functional Decomposition

Morphological Chart

Pugh Analysis

BOM

Mechanical Drawings

Electrical Schematics

Software Diagrams

Facility Layout

Manuals

Mockups

Test Fixtures

Prototyping

Test Plans

Analysis Results

Simulations

Test Results

Design Review Documents

Technical Paper

Poster

Imagine RIT Exhibit

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