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<i>Routed board for rocket payload</i>
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<i>RFMrecieve code</i>
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<i>Routed board for rocket payload</i>
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<i>RFMsend code</i>
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<h1><u>Final Week: 3D Printing</u></h1>
<p>The first design that I made in Fusion 360 is the control panel for the launcher of the rocket.
I measured out a lot of the specifications of what buttons fit where and how I wanted everything to fit together.</p>
I measured out a lot of the specifications of what buttons fit where and how I wanted everything to fit together. The contol panel
is equiped with enough space to to fit all components neatly inside as well as the PCB that will control everything. I
ended up making the walls a little too thick, but the print took like 1 day and 10 hours so I wasn't
reprinting it</p>
<iframe src="https://a360.co/3zMNBWv" width="800" height="600"></iframe>
<p>The next thing I made in Fusion360 was a couple of parts for the rocket that I am going
to 3D print. Below you can first see the bottom portion of the rocket</p>
to 3D print. Below you can first see the bottom portion of the rocket. The most important
part of this design was making sure the Estes engines would fit inside. One Thing I wish I did better
was make the fins a little smaller. When modeling in Fusion it can be a little hard to keep a
correct frame of reference.</p>
<iframe src="https://a360.co/2UicMQl" width="800" height="600"></iframe>
<p>Next we have the midsection of the rocket</p>
<p>Next we have the midsection of the rocket. I included smaller wing here to make it look cooler
as well as a ring on one side so that I can nount it onto a stand. The diameter had to be pretty precise so that
the nose and exhaust could fit on perfectly.</p>
<iframe src="https://a360.co/3q7wFp8" width="800" height="600"></iframe>
<p>And finally we have the nozzel for the rocket.</p>
<p>And finally we have the nozzel for the rocket. The nozzel of the rocket would end up being
were the payload would be situated. We will look at the "plunger" design that I came up with
next, but that serves as the means to connect the nose to the main body of the rocket.</p>
<iframe src="https://a360.co/3q7YMEF" width="800" height="600"></iframe>
<p>This plunger is designed to be inserted within the nose of the cone with the hook and part
of the shft protruding outward. You can then seal the payload inside with either glue or screws. The protruding
section of the plunger will then fit smoothly onto the main body connecting both the nose and the rest of the rocket.
The hook can then be fasted to the inside of the rocket so that the payload does not blast off when the nose gets expelled.</p>
<iframe src="https://a360.co/2Uhaxga" width="800" height="600"></iframe>
<p>This section of the rocket will be fastened to the insde of the rocket near the exhaust and main body joint.
It is then designed to have the parachutes tied on and serve as an anchor point.</p>
<iframe src="https://a360.co/2SbAvAV" width="800" height="600"></iframe>
<p>This final part was designed to be inserted within the shaft of the exhaust so that the engine can be mounted and secured. I
couldn't think of a better way so this part was designed to be glued down.</p>
<iframe src="https://a360.co/3xxlPuT" width="800" height="600"></iframe>
<p>Here is a quick video of our Prusa MK3s building one of my prints. It was good that I started
printing things earlier than later as my prints ended up taking a long time, and there ended up being a line to use them
as well. But in the end I got everything printed in an orderly manner.</p>
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<p>The image below is of everything assembled</p>
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<i>Equation for spindal speed</i>
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<p>Below is a quick time lapse video of what it takes to assemble my build.</p>
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<h1>Attachments</h1>
STL Files:
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<li><p><a href="final\RocketControl.stl">RocketControl</a></p></li>
<li><p><a href="final\RocketExaust v2.stl">RocketExaust</a></p></li>
<li><p><a href="final\RocketNozzel v3.stl">RocketNozzel</a></p></li>
<li><p><a href="final\RocketParachute v1.stl">RocketExaust</a></p></li>
<li><p><a href="final\RocketPlunger v4.stl">RocketPlunger</a></p></li>
<li><p><a href="final\RocketShaft v3.stl">RocketShaft</a></p></li>
<li><p><a href="final\RocketStopper v2.stl">RocketStopper</a></p></li>
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<p class="w3-center w3-large"><u>Previous Weeks Where I Worked on Final</u></p>
<p class="w3-center w3-large">Work Done by Others</p>
<p class = "w3-center w3-margin">Check out <a href="week10.html">Week 10</a></p>
<p class = "w3-center w3-margin">Check out <a href="week12.html">Week 12</a></p>
<p class = "w3-center w3-margin">Check out <a href="week16.html">Week 16</a></p>
<p class = "w3-center w3-margin">Check out <a href="week17.html">Week 17</a></p>
<p class="w3-center w3-large">Links</p>
<p class="w3-center w3-large"><u>Work Done by Others</u></p>
<p class="w3-center w3-large">3D printing model rockets is no new thing and has been done by many people before me.
Some projects that have been done before that have inspired me is an Arduino controlled
rocket launcher which can be found <a href="https://www.instructables.com/Arduino-Model-Rocket-Launcher-for-3D-Printed-Rocke/">here</a>.
As well as another stand that collects data on thrust and other values that can be found
<a href="https://archive.org/details/ArduinoModelRocketMotorTestStand/page/n9/mode/2up">here</a>. One of
my physics proffesors, Prof. Goodman, also had a project similar to what I'm doing. His github can be found
<a href="https://github.com/goodmanj/Rocket-Data-Logger">here</a>.</p>
<p class="w3-center w3-large"><u>Links</u></p>
<p class = "w3-center w3-margin">Link for the <a href="presentation.png">Slide</a></p>
<p class = "w3-center w3-margin">Link for the <a href="presentation.mp4">Video</a></p>
<p class = "w3-center w3-margin">Othe Files can be found in the specified sections above</p>
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