Projects & Prototypes
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Custom Photo Frame | Fall 2019
An identical pair of photo frames were manufactured in compliance with engineering schematic drawings created from CAD models. All parts were manufactured using tools and machines on campus. The parts were deburred using sandpaper and files.
Modular Motor Transmission | Fall 2019
A modular hobby motor transmission gear box was designed and prototyped. All parts except the ones provided are lasercut, 3D-printed, or CNC-ed. The gear box has three possible transmission gear ratios, and can be mounted to three different motors.
CAD-lloween Competition | Fall 2019
A completely 3D-printable halloween accessory was designed and prototyped, with at least one pair of snap-fit configuration. The pumpkin basket can be used to hold candy, as a purse, or as a candle-holder. The project was submitted for SolidProfessor's annual CAD-lloween competition.
Cheese Wedge | Spring 2019
A fully autonomous robot created for a SumoRobot competition. The robot has to stay inside the ring at all times, while pushing other robots out of the ring. Designed to dig under its opponents to push them out, the robot resembles a wedge of cheese, hence its name.
Seeing & Hearing Sound | Spring 2019
An activity designed for Interactive Light Studio located in PS 347. An interactive keyboard that associates sound to something one can see (color) and feel (vibration). Each button corresponds to a specific sound (frequency) and color (wavelength), and strength (intensity) of vibration, depending on how "high" or "low" pitched the sound is.