Product Designer 1_N0R6Z46zjnJ41VoYynmXjw Curtis Lynden Willy Dorion…
Curtis Lynden Willy Dorion
S1 - How can we use the software to our benefit? - LT
S2 - What program are we using to make the parts?
MD2 - What are the measurements?
MD1 - How strong can the 3D plastic be? - LT
MD4 - How big will the parts be? - LT
MD3 - How much weight can be put on?
T1 - What colours are available?
T2 - How will it look? - CG
T3 - Is there a theme?
T4 - Can we add some personality?
T6 - Can there be colours?
T5 - What style?
AP 3 -What types of parts can we add
AP4 - Will there be any moving parts?
AP2 - What will control the attchments? - DB
AP5 - How many attachments will we have? - DB
AP 1 - Will the attachments need to be reinforced? - DB
AP6 - How much weight can we put on?
F5 - How can we make it work easier?
F6 - How can we make it functional?
F5 - How can we attach these parts? - CG
F7 -Will our robot be a defensive or offensive robot? If so how can we help in each department? - WR
F4 - What are ways we could 3d print or improve the mobility of the robot?- WR
F8 - How can we design defenses? - CG
F3 -What will make the attachment(s) function?- WR
F9 - How powerful is the motor? - CG
F2 -Will the robot be controlled by a remote or self automated? - WR
F10 - How can we implement the parts?
F1 - Is there a max on the product? - LT
F11 - How will the parts be put together?
B2 - What kind of blade should we use? - CG
B3 - What thickness is the blade? - LT
B1 - What kind of additions should be on the blade? - WR
B4 - Should our blade be flat? or curved? - DB