In Disc-Located, we have made a lot of suggestions and improvements that will benefit not only our product but our customers as well. We are now getting to our testing stage and this is where our team really started to think about how the device will benefit our customers and how it will stand against... Continue Reading →
Nice and Cozy- Eleanor B.
This week in biomed my team and I focused on the construction and development of our product prototype. We discussed customer needs and materials to use, as well as how we are going to make the prototype. The material we are using is similar to that of a "Dri-FIT" material. We chose this because it... Continue Reading →
A Banker May Have Lost His Interest in Financing, but the Businesswoman Only Gained It. – Emily G.
In the past week, I have been dreading the unforgettable blog post. What would I write for it? How would I be subtly snarky and clever as I always am in my writing? Which specific forgettable instances would I comment on this time? In the midst of this frazzled thinking, I decided to look up... Continue Reading →
The Start of the Prototype – Viviana J.
The start of the new six weeks have been quite interesting. We have been assigned to create our own prototype with only limited materials. My team, RunnerPro are working with the knee joint. We want a device that is effective, durable and comfortable for the user. I was really looking forward to making the prototype but... Continue Reading →
Printing and Sewing, OrthoDocs Tool-Up- Vania N., Zaira R., Apolonia., Brenda V.
At the moment, we are into the 5th six weeks and time is going by fast. These past few weeks have made us more conscious of aspects that our group hadn't thought about, such as other anatomical parts that will be covered/ protected by the protective gear. Now having in mind how we might... Continue Reading →
Pros At Prototyping – Espinosa
As the 2015 year comes to a close, Backwards In High Heels company continues to work towards our mission. There is no such thing as over recapping on a mission statement, so we’d like to remind ourselves and customers what we are striving for. The Backwards in High Heels company was created in order to... Continue Reading →
Bringing our Design Proposal to 3D Sketchup -Susette A.C.
These past few days, Comfort4U has been focusing on our 3D model and final presentation. I am the only person in the engineering pathway in my group so by default I was put in charge of our Google Sketch up, little did my team know, I had no experience with Sketch up before this project.... Continue Reading →
Prototyping, Prototyping, and More Prototyping – Sara E.
Backwards In High Heels has finally made it to the prototyping stage! This has been the stage everyone has been anticipating, but may prove to be the most challenging. Looking back and reflecting on the past few months, we can see that the “imagine” and “tool up” stages have come to a successful end. During... Continue Reading →
The Making Process By Claudia V.
Now that we have finished with our Design Proposal, we are now entering the making stage of the ARS maker cycle. I'm sure this is the stage that we've all been waiting for as we get to finally make our product. This six weeks Comfort4U will be focusing on creating the prototype for our design.... Continue Reading →
In The Designing Stage: Its coming together- Savannah Ojeda
We are currently in the process of buying the materials that are going to be needed to build our prototype of the helmet. We have only a certain amount of money that we are allowed to work with, because of this we have to make sure we are getting things that are needed. Speaking for... Continue Reading →