Integrated System Build & Test
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Team Vision for Integrated System Build & Test PhaseSummary:
For the Integrated System Build and Test phase, the team's overall goal was to finish all the necessary tasks to complete the building of the internal and external frames as well as get a good chunk of our xy-stage built with movement from our rail system. Test plans should be implemented and documented as we further go through the building process. The risk assessment should continue to be updated and our schedule should continue to be adjusted as needed.
- Sand down/lacquer all wood
- Cut aluminum angles/drill holes for screws
- Assemble internal and external frames
- Start assembling rail system/machining parts
- Work on the technical paper
- Implement problem tracking
- Update schedule and risk assessment
- Work on any appropriate test plans
- Sanded down all wood and applied 2 coats of lacquer
- Cut aluminum angles to size and drilled all holes
- Screwed in block supports for the internal frame
- Secured aluminum angles to the enclosure and started putting the frames together
- Constructed pulleys and attached switches
- Created critical path and updated schedule
- Begin draft of paper
- Half of AC Components Wired
- Power Supplies Tested Successfully
- Mircoswitch Circuitry Tested
Heat Sink & Angles
Completed for Demo
Test Results SummaryMechanical Test Plans
Most of our test plans can't be completed until our system is fully assembled and working so we haven't been able to work on anymore.
Our upcoming test plans are laid out here.
Risk and Problem TrackingOne risk was added and a few are no longer relevant:
Live Risk Management Document: here.
We've only run into a few minor problems so far:
Live Problem Tracking Document: here.
Functional Demo MaterialsInclude links to:
Plans for next phase
- Current schedule can be found here
Individual 3 Week Plans
- Jessica Blake's Three Week Plan
- Megan Zielenski's Three Week Plan
- Albert Rivas' Three Week Plan
- Russell Lanzotti's Three Week Plan
- Steven Jacobson's Three Week Plan