Presentation on theme: "BY: Anthony Ferritto – Averill Park High School Mike Miller – Catholic Central High School Conner Schroder – Taconic Hills High School DESKTOP BASKETBALL."— Presentation transcript:
BY: Anthony Ferritto – Averill Park High School Mike Miller – Catholic Central High School Conner Schroder – Taconic Hills High School DESKTOP BASKETBALL
WHY OUR PRODUCT? Imagine being overwhelmed with work and needing a break. Sometimes the court is too far away. Our desktop basketball game will keep people occupied while providing an enjoyable experience.
THE HOOP Ultrasonic weld – backboard to pole Base - water jet steel Red powder coat CNC machining operation Press fit – pole to base Pole - water jet ABS Backboard - water jet acrylic Bracket - water jet ABS Ultrasonic weld – backboard to bracket
THE HOOP(CONTINUED) Note: The red features on the backboard are only red to emphasize details and will be laser etched into the acrylic on the final product. Orange powder coat Laser etching Rim - water jet aluminum Riveting operation – rim to bracket Drilling operation – rim and bracket
THE HOOP (DIMENSIONS) 10.5” 4” Ø 2”
THE LAUNCHER Ultrasonic welds – connector rings to base Connector rings – injection molded ABS Base - water jet ABS Launching mechanism – metal formed aluminum
THE LAUNCHER (CONTINUED) Spring - purchased Solder - spring to launching mechanism
THE LAUNCHER (DIMENSIONS) 2” 1” 1.7”
THE BALL 1” Injection molded ABS
ProcessPart Water JetBase (hoop) – steel Backboard – acrylic Pole – ABS Rim – aluminum Bracket - ABS Base (launcher) – ABS CNC MachiningBase (hoop) – front Press FitBase (hoop) to pole DrillingRim Bracket RivetingRim to bracket CNC MoldBall – ABS Connector rings - ABS Injection MoldingBall – ABS Connector rings - ABS Ultrasonic WeldingBackboard to pole Connector rings to base (launcher) Laser EtchingBackboard Powder CoatingRim - orange Base (hoop) - red Metal FormingLaunching mechanism - aluminum PurchasingSprings (x400) Plastic Rivets (x800) SolderingSprings to launching mechanism
COST ESTIMATE Part / ProcessCost / UnitTotal Cost Aluminum (Rim & Launching Mechanism) $1.50$580 Steel (Hoop Base)$3.50$1400 Powder Coating (Hoop Base & Rim) $0.10$45 Springs (Purchased)$1.00$400 Plastic Rivets (Purchased)$0.03$10 Small CNC Mold$0.60$250 Total Cost: $2700 Costs $7.00 to make each product
CONCLUSION Creative idea with a complex design Engaging for an entire team of students All of the criteria of the product were met A practical and enjoyable giveaway Why don’t you give us a shot? It could be a slam dunk. Any Questions?