Entries by Intiser Kabir

Spring 2018 AT-ST Rapid Prototyping

By: Danny Pham (Manufacturing and Design Engineer) Verified By: Intiser Kabir (Project Manager) Approved By: Miguel Garcia (Quality Assurance) Introduction 3D printing using a plastic can cause inaccuracies in the dimensions and measurements of the piece that you are printing. Even if the pieces are designed to be simple shapes, dimensions can be skewed because […]

Spring 2018 AT-ST Final Model

By: Danny Pham (Manufacturing and Design Engineer) Verified By: Intiser Kabir (Project Manager) Approved By: Miguel Garcia (Quality Assurance) Introduction After the preliminary design review presentation, we decided to steer away from the split leg option that the previous semester used because it was difficult to balance. There were many complications with the previous design […]

Spring 2018 AT-ST Cable Tree

By: Samuel Yoo (Electronics and Controls Software Engineer) Danny Pham (Manufacturing and Design Engineer) Verified By: Intiser Kabir (Project Manager) Approved By: Miguel Garcia (Quality Assurance) Introduction This blog post shows the wiring design for the AT-ST robot. It will show how the wires connect from the board inside the box to the servo, ultrasonic sensor, […]

Spring 2018 AT-ST Theo Jansen Leg

By: Danny Pham (Manufacturing and Design Engineer) Verified By: Intiser Kabir (Project Manager) Approved By: Miguel Garcia (Quality Assurance) Introduction The Theo Jansen Leg design is a design by Theo Jansen consisting of rods connecting to each other. One of the rods in the design is a static point that holds the whole leg in […]

Spring 2018 AT-ST Walk Code

By: Samuel K Yoo (Electronic & Control – Software) Verified By: Intiser Kabir (Project Manager) Approved By: Miguel Garcia (Quality Assurance) Introduction During the creation of AT-ST, this is a program that allows AT-ST to walk. Note that this program is used for the current model and might need to be updated later on. The […]

Spring 2018 AT-ST Which Way

By: Samuel K Yoo (Electronic & Control – Software) Verified By: Intiser Kabir (Project Manager) Approved By: Miguel Garcia (Quality Assurance) Introduction In this code we are creating a which way sub routine. There are two methods of doing this, one being, code one which is the switch case decision. The other method is the index […]

Spring 2018 AT-ST Final Code

By: Samuel K Yoo (Electronics & Control – Software) Verified By: Intiser Kabir (Project Manager) Approved By: Miguel Garcia (Quality Assurance) Introduction This is the final code for the AT-ST for Spring of 2018. There are many problems with the code, not only with missing sections, but there is also no test for the other values. […]

Spring 2018 AT-ST Fritzing Diagram

By: Shweta Hebbalkar (Electronics and Controls – Hardware) Verified By: Intiser Kabir (Project Manager) Approved By: Miguel Garcia (Quality Assurance) Introduction Fritzing is a tool for the student to create clean and professional images of electronics projects. Building a virtual circuit in breadboard view, using Fritzing, gives a better representation of circuit connection close to […]

Spring 2018 AT-ST Assembly of Custom PCB

By: Shweta Hebalkar (Electronics and Controls – Hardware) Verified By: Intiser Kabir (Project Manager) Approved By: Miguel Garcia (Quality Assurance) Introduction A custom PCB is used for less wires, clean look, and being neat as possible. This is a example of the small custom PCB made and manufactured by oshpark. This PCB has 13 surface […]

Spring 2018 AT-ST Final Blog

By: Intiser Kabir (Project Manager) Approved By: Miguel Garcia (Quality Assurance) Introduction By Intiser Kabir (Project Manager) The purpose of this document is to provide a closure to the Spring 2018 AT-ST Project. This document will provide linkages to all aspects of the project for a future generation, including our recommendations, what we learned, and […]