Electric Skateboard ESK8. Susan Rich firstname.lastname@example.org Andres Condemarin email@example.com Kari Keddington firstname.lastname@example.org. Outline. Problem definition Customer requirements What’s great about our project Design focus Parts Purchased Conclusion. Problem Definition.
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Electric SkateboardESK8 Susan Rich email@example.com Andres Condemarin firstname.lastname@example.org Kari Keddington email@example.com
Outline • Problem definition • Customer requirements • What’s great about our project • Design focus • Parts Purchased • Conclusion
Problem Definition • Create an electric skateboard that will: • Be lighter than competition • Utilize easily attainable replacement parts
Customer Requirements • Light weight • Smooth acceleration • Uses easily attainable parts • Rechargeable • Powerful enough to carry 200lb person up a 6% grade hill
What’s Great • Deck made from carbon fiber • Regenerative braking • Easily obtainable replacement parts • Lightweight construction • Safety features
Design Focus • Regenerative braking circuit • Electronic components • Skate deck • Drive system
Parts Purchased • Motor controller • Batteries • Front truck • Wheels • Bearings
Conclusion • Problem definition • Customer requirements • What’s great about project • Design focus • Parts to be purchased