ENT Senior Design Day 2006
Students: Lee Carey, Anthony Williamson
Design of a tool changer for a small cnc routing machine.
Bar Stool Racer
Students: Brian Miller, Greg Allgaier, D.J. Schenk
Design of a bar stool racer. This includes wheels, steering, and a gasoline powered motor designed into, yes, a bar stool.
Nozzle Grinding Cell
Students: Dustin Musselman, Brandon Wagner
Design of a nozzle grinding cell for grinding jet engine parts. It includes design of a laminated tool fixture, assisting in design of the machines and designing the PLC logic to control the machines
Clutch Test Stand
Students: Justin Baker, Dan Davis, Robert Schneider
Design of a clutch test stand for testing clutches as they are manufactured. This includes the overall structure, operator interface, and PLC control of the test stand.
Interfacing Process Control Trainer to the Web
Students: Derrick Tucker, Nathan Webb
Students are rewiring the trainer to interface to a data acquisition card. They are interfacing the trainer through Labview so the trainer can be controlled and monitored via a TCP/IP interface.
Tool Nipper Station with Vision Camera
Students: John Gengler, Tim Painter, Craig Otto
Students are designing an automatic nipper to cutslag off a part. They are interfacing this with a vision system to determine alignment of the part.
Design of a Snow Remover Blade for Ford Trucks
Students: Jeremiah Chmielowiec, Todd Oswalt, Brian White
Students are using Finite Elements to design a snow remover blade.
High Pressure Cleaning Station
Students: Mihai Bradacs, Joel White
Students are designing a spray wash system to remove bird dung from hospital carts that are stored outdoors.
Test Bridge for Statics Course
Students: Kim Barr, Graham Grayson
Students are designing a bridge for use in Engineering Technology labs to verify bridge truss equations.
Water Tank Design for Caron Corp
Students: Derrick Ice, Don Schwendeman, Matt Dill
Students are instrumenting and re-designing a water tank.
Students: Don Becker, Paula Doliboa, Chris Haussler, Zach Shelton
BendArch Engineering is a Senior Design Team comprised of the students listed. They are partnered with Lakota East Robotics for their robotics competition this year. They are using their Miami University experience in helping to mentor thirty-three high school students, who are in sophomore through senior status, build and compete with a championship robot in the First Robotics competition at both the Regional and National level.
Motoman Standard Design for a Torch Tip Changing Box
Students: Adam Tarter, Dan Goforth, Matthew Foister, Jason Collins
This design needed to encompass all of the standard new NX100 ArcWorld product lines offered by the company. Reach study analyses had to be performed for all systems, AutoCAD drawings, BOM's (Bill of Materials), cost effective solutions for saleability, and two alternate designs. One design was a simple torch tip change function, and the other incorporated more of an automatic tip change function with minor operator interaction. We will have video documentation reflecting the actual functionality as part of our final presentation.