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==Gate 4==
 
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#Project Management
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#*Corrective action for quality report
 
#Product Archeology
 
#Product Archeology
#*Measured the difficulty scale on better terms(i.e technical knowledge e.t.c)
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#*Component/sub-assembly breakdown
#*Added Original assembly documentation
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#Design Revisions
 
#Design Revisions
#*Addressed more societal concerns
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#*Addressed economic and environmental factors
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#*Manufacturing/assembly
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#*Cost
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#*Elaborated on snap system and ink securing system
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#*Tray redesign
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#*Explained additional rollers
  
 
= Oral Presentation =
 
= Oral Presentation =

Revision as of 18:13, 14 December 2011

Contents

Finalization of Deliverables

Gate 1

  1. Work Proposal
    • Added how long each step will take
    • Added section about needed skills to be developed
  2. Management Proposal
    • Stated how many people must be present to make a decision
  3. Product Archaeology
    • Gave examples for complexity profile
    • Elaborated on user interactions
    • Added text and discussion to product alternative profile

Gate 2

  1. Preliminary Project Review
    • Stated how we will overcome future challenges
  2. Product Dissection
    • Identified challenges
    • Elaborated on difficulty scale
    • Added text to subsystem documentation
    • Explained why subsystems are connected
    • Explained implementation and arrangement of subsystems
  3. Professionalism
    • Added labels and captions

Gate 3

  1. Component Summary
    • Added more detail to component function
  2. Product Analysis
    • Elaborated on component function
    • Added to associated component flows
    • General shapes
    • Notable properties
    • Primary dimensions
    • Weight
    • Manufacturing decisions
    • Four factors
    • Color
    • Surface finish
    • Functional/aesthetic reasons
    • Manufacturing methods
    • Component complexity
  3. Solid Model
    • Specified CAD package
    • Added component names
    • Added assembly sequence
  4. Engineering analysis
    • Made sure units check
  5. Design revisions
    • Expanded on touch screen revision
  6. Professionalism
    • Added pictures to design revisions

Gate 4

  1. Project Management
    • Corrective action for quality report
  2. Product Archeology
    • Component/sub-assembly breakdown
  3. Design Revisions
    • Addressed economic and environmental factors
    • Manufacturing/assembly
    • Cost
    • Elaborated on snap system and ink securing system
    • Tray redesign
    • Explained additional rollers

Oral Presentation

The following slides accompanied the oral presentation given during class.