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Wednesday, June 15

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Monday, June 13

  1. page VEX Engraver edited ... If no signal is received, then the motor is stopped. Concepts sketches- {hope.jpg} {hope …
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    If no signal is received, then the motor is stopped.
    Concepts sketches-
    {hope.jpg}
    {hope again.jpg}

    -Final Orthographic Sketch:
    {thumbnail_IMG_0205.jpg}
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  4. page VEX Engraver edited ... Finished Build: {image.jpeg} Abstract-Felix Abstract- In this project, four teams had a…
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    Finished Build:
    {image.jpeg}
    Abstract-FelixAbstract-
    In this project, four teams had approximately two weeks to create a simulation of a Flexible Manufacturing System the produced CDs. The teams brainstormed, designed, constructed, and used handshaking in programs to create a fully functioning factory. Teams worked separately and collaboratively to test the simulation. Our team was tasked with the creating and programming of a VEX Laser Engraver, using ROBOTC to program.
    Concepts-CainConcepts-
    This project utilized multiple skills and knowledge that we have learned. From the beginning to the end of the creation of this CD assembly line we have used manufacturing steps such as process flow, mechanical engineering, programming with RobotC, conceptualizing, handshaking, the design process, and building with VEX.
    Material List- Cain
    Materials used:
    Material
    ...
    Robot C
    Software for programming
    Procedure-Todd
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    Procedure-
    {thumbnail_program.jpg}

    The program starts by running the Estop. The estop is activatedmaking a loop when the bump switch is pressed. Once the switch is pressed then all tasksconditions are stopped.meant(While(1==1)
    The actually start of the program is while it recieves a signal from Lynx, it begins the task
    It starts by starting the motor at 100 power CW
    ...
    The flashlight is then turned on at full power for 3 seconds
    After 3 seconds the flashlight is turned off
    ...
    1.2 seconds at 100 power CCW
    Then it is stopped
    A signal is then sent to lynx
    the signal is turnedThe program waits 1 second then turns off once it is not receiving theit's signal fromto lynx
    Concepts sketches-Everyone
    Concept 1 (FB)
    {thumbnail_IMG_0061.jpg}
    Concept 2 (FB)
    {thumbnail_IMG_0062.jpg}
    Technical drawings- Anyone that has it(Todd will come in 9th for this if

    If
    no one has it)
    Wiring: FB
    {thumbnail_IMG_0060.jpg}
    signal is received, then the motor is stopped.
    Concepts sketches-

    -Final Orthographic Sketch:
    Conclusion-Felix{thumbnail_IMG_0205.jpg}
    Conclusion-

    The final project involving all four groups was not completed on time. There were issues with handshaking and there was not time to fix them. Our section of the project was quite successful, with a completely operational build, a program that worked after some troubleshooting, and wiring. The program and the wiring were by no means perfect though, which contributed to unsuccessful handshaking with the other groups. All in all, though, the project was performed to the best of our abilities and was, if not entirely successful, enjoyable and interesting.
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  5. page VEX Engraver edited ... Finished Build: {image.jpeg} Abstract- Abstract-Felix In this project, four teams had a…
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    Finished Build:
    {image.jpeg}
    Abstract-Abstract-Felix
    In this project, four teams had approximately two weeks to create a simulation of a Flexible Manufacturing System the produced CDs. The teams brainstormed, designed, constructed, and used handshaking in programs to create a fully functioning factory. Teams worked separately and collaboratively to test the simulation. Our team was tasked with the creating and programming of a VEX Laser Engraver, using ROBOTC to program.
    Concepts-Concepts-Cain
    This project utilized multiple skills and knowledge that we have learned. From the beginning to the end of the creation of this CD assembly line we have used manufacturing steps such as process flow, mechanical engineering, programming with RobotC, conceptualizing, handshaking, the design process, and building with VEX.
    Material List- Cain
    Materials used:
    Material
    ...
    Robot C
    Software for programming
    Procedure-
    {thumbnail_program.jpg}
    Procedure-Todd
    {Cain is garbage.png}

    The program starts by making a looprunning the Estop. The estop is activated when the conditionsbump switch is pressed. Once the switch is pressed then all tasks are meant(While(1==1)stopped.
    The actually start of the program is while it recieves a signal from Lynx, it begins the task
    It starts by starting the motor at 100 power CW
    ...
    The flashlight is then turned on at full power for 3 seconds
    After 3 seconds the flashlight is turned off
    ...
    1.2 seconds at 100 power CCW
    Then it is stopped
    A signal is then sent to lynx
    The program waits 1 second then turns off it's signal to lynx
    If no
    the signal is received, then the motorturned off once it is stopped.
    Concepts sketches-
    Technical
    not receiving the signal from lynx
    Concepts sketches-Everyone
    Concept 1 (FB)
    {thumbnail_IMG_0061.jpg}
    Concept 2 (FB)
    {thumbnail_IMG_0062.jpg}
    Technical
    drawings- Anyone that has it(Todd will come in 9th for this if no one has it)
    Wiring: FB
    file:///Users/felixbridel/Desktop/thumbnail_IMG_0060.jpg{thumbnail_IMG_0060.jpg}
    -Final Orthographic Sketch:
    {thumbnail_IMG_0205.jpg}
    Conclusion-
    Conclusion-Felix
    The final project involving all four groups was not completed on time. There were issues with handshaking and there was not time to fix them. Our section of the project was quite successful, with a completely operational build, a program that worked after some troubleshooting, and wiring. The program and the wiring were by no means perfect though, which contributed to unsuccessful handshaking with the other groups. All in all, though, the project was performed to the best of our abilities and was, if not entirely successful, enjoyable and interesting.
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    2:22 pm

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