P19127: XHab Deployable Crew Lock Structure
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Customer Handoff & Final Project Documentation

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Team Vision for Final Demo and Handoff

The goal of this phase is for the team to completely clean-up the Crew-Lock and associated components, and complete the testing of the functional items on the Crew-Lock. The technical paper, Imagine RIT exhibit, lightning talk, and customer hand-off should be completed on schedule. The work table and left-over materials will be organized, cleaned, and handed over to MSD, our customer, or the relevant owners of the materials.

Plans for Wrap-up

Final Customer / Engineering Requirements / Testing Documents

The Customer Requirements, Engineering Requirements, Testing Matrix (and associated tests), and Confirmation Matrix can be downloaded in the Design Review Materials section at the bottom of this page.
Customer Requirements

Customer Requirements

Engineering Requirements

Engineering Requirements

Testing Matrix

Testing Matrix

Customer, Engineering, and Testing Requirements Confirmation

Customer, Engineering, and Testing Requirements Confirmation

Final Project Management Files

The finalized Problem Tracking, Risk Management, and Schedule can be downloaded in the Design Review Materials section at the bottom of this page.

Functional Crew-Lock Video

Below is a functional testing video of the Crew-Lock during Brandon's Industrial Design Senior Capstone presentation.

Crew-Lock Functional Testing Video

Crew-Lock Components and Items

Crew-Lock from Integrated System Build

Crew-Lock from Integrated System Build

Imagine RIT Poster

P19127 Imagine RIT Poster

P19127 Imagine RIT Poster

Technical Paper

To be finished 29 April 2019 as seen on the MSD II 20185 Schedule. This can be downloaded in the Design Review Materials section at the bottom of this page.

Lighting Talk Slide

P19127 Lightning Talk Slide

P19127 Lightning Talk Slide

Concluding Statement

I can't believe we are done.

This project has been a real struggle from the beginning. From research to building, the learning curve and lack of resources made for quite the frustrating experience. Despite this, the team has learned a lot about space, wood-working, electrical controls, painting, plastics, adhesives, standards, and adapting to a multitude problems. Most importantly, the team has learned what it is like to work with so many different majors (MECE, EE, BME, ISE, and ID) and so many different personalities. The whole project, despite its technical shortcomings, ended up giving the team and unforgettable and educational experience. Hopefully, future iterations of this project will learn from this team's mistakes and take the crew-lock further.

Functional Demo Review Materials


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