Strength of Materials (ME-232)

Strength of Materials (ME-232) - Design Process Research...

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Strength of Materials (ME-232) Final Project Presentation A Motorized Ski Tuner
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Presentation Outline Why we chose to design a ski tuner Our design process Why we think our product is marketable
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The reason for designing a ski tuner We decided to design a ski tuner because of a suggestion from someone who works in a ski shop. We were told that tuning a pair of skis is very labor intensive and time consuming, so we decided to make a better ski tuner, one that would be easier to use and take less time.
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Unformatted text preview: Design Process Research different motors. Come up with an easy-to-use design Make sure all parts of the project would hold up to the stresses and strains of tuning a ski. Marketability Our projects is Easier to use than a conventional ski tuner Quicker to use than a conventional ski tuner Less expensive, it costs between $15-30/ store ski tune, which is generally needed at least once every ski season, and other home grinders cost between $40-80. Any Questions?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ME 232 taught by Professor Dr.razavi during the Spring '07 term at Wilkes.

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