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  1. F10-52-PAINTMRK: Paintball Marker

  2. Team Introduction • Faculty Technical Advisor: • Dr. KambizFarhang • Team Members: • Seth Carter, ME (PM) • Valve & Bolt System • James Morrow, ME • Marker Body • Bryson Orr, ME • Feed System • Client: • Jake Myers, Owner of Saltfork Paintball

  3. Outline • Executive Summary (SC) • Project Background • List of Deliverables • Discussion • Literature Review Summary (BO) • Project Description (BO) • Plan to Complete Project (JM) • AIL • RASI Chart • Spring Timeline • Resources Needed (JM) • Summary (SC)

  4. Executive Summary • Upgrade Industry Standard • Industry standard is outdated • Players demand better performance • Combine Best Components • Rare valve/feed system combination • Less than $250 in material costs

  5. Executive Summary Cont’d • Deliverables: • Drawings and FEA data • Working Prototype • Prototype Test Data • Manual

  6. Literature Review Summary • Overview of Rules and Regulations for Play • Maximum Paintball Velocity 300 ft/s (FPS) • Semi-Automatic • Types of Paintball Markers • Poppit Valve • Spool Valve • Types of Feed Systems • Gravity • Maximum 8 paintballs per second (BPS) • Agitated • Maximum 12-15 BPS • Force Feed • 15+ BPS

  7. Business Perspective • Players Needs • Accuracy • Reliability • Speed • Weight • Price • Owners Needs • Durability • Reliability • Maintenance Time • Maintenance Cost • Clients Solution • Tippmann 98 Custom

  8. Project Description • Create a marker that satisfies the players wishes while meeting Saltfork Paintball’s needs. • Spool Valve • Increases Accuracy • Integrated Mechanical Force Feed System • Increases Speed while keeping Maintenance Time and Cost Low. • FrameSize and Material • Stress Analysis to Reduce Frame Size, Decreases Weight

  9. Action Item List Week 1 and 2

  10. RASI Chart

  11. Proposed Timeline Spring ‘11

  12. Resources Needed Machining costs will increase this total, but cannot be accurately estimated until further design work is completed.

  13. Summary • Project Overview • Valve System • Feed System • Plan To Finish On Time • Follow Timeline • AIL’s • Resources Needed • Computer Software • Materials • Machining