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LEADTHEWAY PROJECT

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Your team needsto design a devise that will hold three golf balls to a maximum height above the floor. The device must start on the floor and can not be taped to the floor. The three balls needto be as high as possible on the tower and be showing. All three golf balls must be in the tower at the same time. You may not touch the balls or the deviseto help it stay up. Each member of the group needsto createseveralsketchesof their idea. The team will be gradedon the sketchesand how well the team works as a group. You will have two days to design and build your devise.

Materials: Newspaperor large paper Tape 10 Paperclips 2 Rubber bands 3 Golf balls


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Golf Ball Tower The purposeof this project was to build a tower that would be able to hold three golf balls. For materialswe were given unlimited large sheetsof paper,unlimited tape, two rubber bands,and two paper clips. The constraintshowever were that the tower had to hold three golf balls at the sametime and not be tapedto the ground. In the end, the goal was to build a tower that was as high off the ground as possible. For our designwe decidedto use threepiecesof paperand roll them up into legs. This provided us with three legs that we taped togetherin order to make a tripod. The tripod was very useful becauseit gavethe tower stability and balanceon all sides.After, we rolled up anotherlarge piece of paper and placed that on top of the tripod. This rotl of paperwould be the piecethat held all the golf balls. To hold the golf balls, we used tapeto cover up the hole on top and createda base. In the end, our designwas well built becauseit was tall and stable.However,there was room for improvement,suchas our basefor holding the balls. Insteadof using tape as a base,we could'vemadean invertedconeand usedit to hold all the eolf balls.


CNC MII-,L LETTER PROJECT By: DalnielTan In this project,we weresupposeto createa fode for the CNC Mill sothat it would cut out a designon a pieceof wood.The conshaintsof this pfrojectwasthat the designcouldnot havecurvesand for it to have a margin on the wood of .25 inches.Tp createthis code, we used graph paper and plotted

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TIC-TAC.TOE By: D{niel Tan In this projectour objectivewasto cut a Ti!-Tac-Toeboardinto a pieceof block usingthe CNC Mill. In additionto that,we alsohadto cut a hole i{to eachblock on the boardso that golf teescould be insertedwhen playrng.The most importantcons]ffainthoweverwas to makesurethat the boardwas evenlyspacedon the block.To do this we useda di[l caliperto determinethe dimensionsof our block. From therewe calculatedthe dimensionsof wherepur cutshadto be placed.After, we programedour codeinto notepaduslnga coordinateplanesystem.We alsohada spindlespeedof 1910anda feedrate of 50,000.If I wereto redothis projectagain,I worftdmakesureto doublecheckmy calculationsso that whenI cut block everythingwasconect.Also, I wouldn'tof hadcrankedthe clampon thewood so tightly becauseit causedthe woodto bend,which thew offthe cut on the machine. %

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PROJECT LEADTHEWAY

Lathe ProjectWrite-Up

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By: Daniel Tan In this project our goal was to make a cut-out using the lathe machine. Each of us were given a cylindrical shapedpiece of blue wax. From that piece of wax, we were supposeto cut out a design that was given. To do this, we flrrsthad to createthe part in Inventor. After the part was createdfrom the specificationsour next stepwas to write a code for the lathe to read. Therefore, to do this, the part was brought into a program called Mastercam.From there, we imported a post file so that Mastercamwould know what kind of Lathe we had. Then to show the machine what to cut, we gave it a tool path and told it to use tool one. In addition to that, we had the lathe run a finishing path to remove any rough surface or edges.Lastly, we clicked the Gt button, and Mastercamwrote our code for us. ln the end, the project tumed out very well becausewe cut out the exact specifications.During process however, I learneda few things from the mistakesof my peers.For instance,it was the important to run an animation before cutting in the real lathe to spot any errors that could occur. Secondly,it was important to tighten the clamp on the wax so that it wouldn't fly off. However, it shouldn't be too tight either becauseit would then cut its teethesinto the soft wax. %

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PROJECT LEADTHEWAY

Lathe Project Write-Up

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By: Daniel Tan In this project,our goalwasto modify our originaldesigninto a new part sothat it would be customized.We would thenuseour old pieceof wqx andthencut out the new design.The requirements howeverwerethat the new designhadto fit into ow old piecebecausepartsof materialhadalready beencut away.Similarto the originalcut out, we finstmadeour customizedpartin Inventor.From there,the partwasbroughtinto Mastercamwherewe first programeda roughcut. Second,we programeda finish pathto makethepart smoothandclean.Mastercamwould thenwrite the codefor us andwe insertedthe codeinto the lathevia USB. In the endthis projecttumedout very well. The only thingsthat I would changehoweverwould be to usea new pieceof materialinsteadof the old. This way a betterandnicer designcouldbe created. %

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PROJECT LEADTHEWAY

PLT\ru Activity3.1.2aPick and PlaceRoutine DanielTan Period8

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StressAnalysis Report

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AnalyzedFile:

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part8a.ipt

AutodeskInventorVersion:2 012(Build160160000, 160) CreationDate:

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Simulation Author:

dantanl

Summary:

o Project Info (iPropefties) o Summary AuthorIdantanl

n Project PartNumberpart8a Designer dantanl

Cost

$0.00 DateCreated4lrtl2012

e Status n Status

a Physical Material Density

Mass

Default

0,0361273 lbmass/in^3 0,0353706 lbmass

Area Volume

10.8421 in^2 0.979056 in^3 x=1.93009 in Centerof Gravityy=0.246552 in z=0.000000248132 in

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E Simulation:l Generalobjective and settings: Type Simulation LastModification Date

SinglePoint lStaticAnalysis l5lll20L2,2:26 PM

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Advancedsettings: Avg.ElementSize(fractionof modeldiameter)0 . 1 Min.ElementSize(fractionof avq.size) 0.2 GradingFactor 1.5 Max.TurnAngle 60 deg CreateCurvedMeshElements Yes

e Material(s) Name

CarbonSteel MassDensity 0.284322lbmass/in^3 General YieldStrength 50798.3osi UltimateTensileStrength60957.9psi Young'sModulus 29027.6ksi Stress Poisson's Ratio 0.29ul ShearModulus 11251ksi Expansion Coefficient 0.0000216 ul/f StressThermalThermalConductivity 97,388btu/(ft hr f ) SpecificHeat 0.376259 btu/(lbmass f) PartName(s) part8a

E Operatingconditions E Force:l Load Type Force

Magnitude15.000lbforce VectorX 0.000lbforce VectorY -15.000lbforce VectorZ 0.000lbforce e Selected Face(s)

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e ResultSummary Name Minimum Maximum Volume 0.979061 in^3 Mass 0.278368lbmass SafetyFactol 2.20953 ul 15ul

e Figurcs e Safety Factor

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StressAnalysisReport

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AnalyzedFile:

RazorAssembly.iam AutodeskInventorVersion:2 012(Build160160000, 160) CreationDate:

51212012,2:25 PM

Simulation Author:

dantanl

Summary:

e Project Info (iPropefties) a Summary AuthorlDaniel Tan

e Project PartNumberAssembly2 Designer DanielTan

Cost

$0.00 DateCreated4123120L2

e Status DesignStatusIWorklnProgress

Physical Mass Area Volume

0.0465876 lbmass L4.7702in^2 1.28954 in^3 x=t.35247in Centerof Gravityy=0.261451 in z=0.000162072 in

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E Simulation:1 Generalobjective and settings:

51212OL2,2:24 PM Detectand EliminateRigid SeparateStressesAcrossContactSufaces

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No Yes

e Material(s) Name

WeldedStainless Steel,440C MassDensity 0.279986 lbmass/in^3 General YieldStrenqth 100000psi UltimateTensileStrenqth125000psi Younq's Modulus 30000ksi Stress Poisson's Ratio 0.27ul ShearModulus 11811ksi Expansion Coefficient 0.00001872 ul/f StressThermalThermalConductiviW 45.379Lbtu/( ft hr f ) SpecificHeat 0.124313 f) btu/(lbmass partSa PartName(s) BladeDesiqna

E Operatingconditions E FOrCe:l LoadType Force Magnitude 2 .800lbforce VectorX 0.000lbforce VectorY -2.800lbforce VectorZ 0.000lbforce E Selected Face(s)

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a FixedConstrainhl Constraint TypeIFixedConstraint a SelectedFace(s)

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Reaction Force ReactionMoment Magnitude Gomponent (XrYrZ) Magnitude Component (XrYrZ) 0 lbforceft 0 lbforce

FixedConstraint:1 0 lbforce 0 lbforce 0 lbforce

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MinimumMaximum

Volume

1.28954in^3 Mass 0.361055 lbmass SafetyFactor2.00748ul 15 ul

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E Material(s) Name General

WeldedStainless Steel,440C MassDensity 0.279985 lbmass/in^3 YieldStrength 100000psi UltimateTensileStrenqth125000osi

Young's Modulus Stress

Poisson's Ratio ShearModulus Expansion Coefficient StressThermalThermalConductivity SpecificHeat paft8a Paft Name(s) BladeDesiqna

30000ksi 0.27ul 11811ksi 0.00001872 uUf 45.379Lbtu/( ft hr f ) 0.124313 btu/( lbmassf )

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e FixedConstrainHl ConstraintTypeI FixedConstraint

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StressAnalysisRepoft

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AnalyzedFile:

RazorAssembly.iam AutodeskInventorVersion : 2012(Build160160000, 160) CreationDate:

51212012,2:31 PM

Author: Simulation

DanielTan

Summary:

n Project Info (iPropefties) o Summary AuthorlDaniel Tan

e Project PartNumberAssemblv2 Designer DanielTan Cost $0.00 Date Created 412312012

e Status DesignStatus

Physical Mass Area Volume

0.0465876 lbmass I4.77O2in^2 1.28954 in^3 x=I.35247in Centerof Gravityy=0,261451 in z=0.000162072 in

Note:Physical valuescouldbe differentfrom Physical valuesusedby FEArepoftedbelow,

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