Who “Kneeds” Knee Protection? – Krysta H. Cindy M. Keira N. Rinda G.

We are The Knee Team and we consist of the biomedical pathway students Krysta, Keira, Cindy and Rinda. Just recently we have finished our preliminary designs for our joint model. After putting in the time for anatomy research and joint modeling we began to conduct customer interviews. Because we didn’t really have access to professional... Continue Reading →

Modeling by Libertad E.

If we thought 3D modeling all the individual pieces was hard assembling them on Autodesk Inventor and in real life is another challenge in the Maker Cycle journey. While Jessica and I were making the individual pieces together I was worried that when it came to assemble them together in Inventor that they would not... Continue Reading →

Cold, Hard Proof of Concept – Annalise Irby

This week, JetSet divided into two distinct teams, to better tackle our many requirements for the upcoming midterm presentation. The Biomed team, Anjali M. and Isha P., were responsible for creating our Powerpoint presentation; they also gathering photos and images from our blog posts to create a complementary visual display (read more about their adventures... Continue Reading →

ABS vs PLA-Adina Friedman

For our prototype, our group is going to 3d print our test casing so that we have more control over the shape. While Jessica and Paloma were modeling it on autocad, it was up to Kyrie and I to order the plastic. The Makerbot can use both types of mainstream thermoplastics, ABS-Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene- and... Continue Reading →

Inventing with Inventor- Erin Simons

JetSet has now entered the third major phase of the design process: making. Until the end of the semester we will be ordering materials, modeling our device with 3D modeling software, and building our first prototype (no, not drawing, BUILDING). It’s pretty exciting! I’m especially enthusiastic about this stage of the design process because I... Continue Reading →

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