Designing for a Better Tomorrow The KODAK Powerflash. Engineering Design 100 Section 2: Team 7 David Smith Jeegar Shah Bryan Shearer Jeff Irwin. Overview of Kodak Powerflash Definition of the Problem E-Waste Overview Survey Results Design Matrix/Approach Final Product
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Engineering Design 100
Section 2: Team 7
Most Important Quality: Cost
Least Important Quality: E-Waste
Other Important Qualities: Flash/Environmentally FriendlyWhat does the Customer Want?
Ideas: 1. Removing Flash productivity of disposable cameras
2. Thinning Plastic
3. Polaroid Approach
4. Use of Bio-Plastic
5. Less Powerful BatteryRelating to the Customers’ Wants
Kodak productivity of disposable camerasPowerflash:
Kodak Ecopic:Kodak Powerflash vs. Ecopic
Billy Mays Here!
You can’t afford NOT to buy “The Ecopic”!Summary and Conclusions