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Build Leads Job Description. MVRT. Official Positions. Machinist Lead - Mark Chassis Design Lead – Roy Chassis Inventor Lead – Parth Manipulator 1 Inventor Lead – Jimin Manipulator 1 Prototype Lead – Jonathan Manipulator 2 Inventor Lead – Benjamin Manipulator 2 Prototype Lead – Patricia.

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official positions
Official Positions
  • Machinist Lead - Mark
  • Chassis Design Lead – Roy
  • Chassis Inventor Lead – Parth
  • Manipulator 1 Inventor Lead – Jimin
  • Manipulator 1 Prototype Lead – Jonathan
  • Manipulator 2 Inventor Lead – Benjamin
  • Manipulator 2 Prototype Lead – Patricia
leads stick together
Leads Stick together
  • Have fun but do not make fun of each other
    • Even if you have your jokes in front of each other but not in front of the team
      • Ex. Height
    • No physical harassment
working as a group
Working as a group
  • You are managers, NOT the ones physically doing the work
    • Reasons:
      • Work should be distributed
      • You will have too much work if you do it yourself
      • All members should get work if they come
    • Give members work to do at home if they are willing
      • Doing it yourself is last priority
brainstorming with a group
Brainstorming with a group
  • Create a “U” around a white board
    • Everyone has input
  • Leads stand against the board
  • All students have paper/LEGO to brainstorm with
top down design
Top down design
  • Design not moving parts to moving parts
    • Ex. Minibot release
  • Important to make the best design
sensors
Sensors
  • Include sensors in the design
  • When asking for the name of the sensors:
    • Know purpose
      • What it needs to do?
      • Specifics provided
    • Know location
build journal
Build journal
  • Table of Content
  • Detailed Table of Content
  • Job Description
  • Prototype 1
    • Drawings
      • Scratch
      • Final
    • Parts list
    • Design Review
  • Prototype 2
    • Drawings
      • Scratch
      • Final
    • Parts list
    • Design Review
  • Daily Inventor update
    • Files in progress
    • Uploaded online?
    • Finished?
  • Order list
ordering
Ordering
  • Add to order form as soon as you know you need them
    • Kumar will put in a daily order
no boxes
NO BOXES
  • Organize in red toolboxes for tool crate
    • One toolbox for each group
      • Label it before build
    • Keep organized
      • Should not hear “I can’t find this part”
always put tools back
Always put tools back
  • Put tools back as they are used
    • Should not find tools laying around
  • Culture instill now = culture in future
  • Cleaner room
    • Greater productivity
      • Less time spent in finding parts
      • Less time spent in clean up at end
how to deal with questions
How to deal with questions
  • “Don’t worry about it”
    • I do not want you saying this
      • Explain to people unless absolutely necessary
  • Pass up questions
    • Ex. Pit
      • Do not answer questions but tell them to ask Kumar
        • Kumar will answer most questions and he will pass them up to me as needed
email wrap up
Email wrap up
  • Email whole group
    • What was done that day
    • What needs to be done the next day
      • Any other deadlines
    • How far ahead/behind you are on the schedule
    • If you have any questions that are troubling you
  • Send email update right after arriving home
  • Answer any questions whenever you have time
    • No time is too late
absences
absences
  • Tell absences as early as possible
    • Email Nupur, Kumar, and your co-lead any absences you know of already
  • Email Nupur, Kumar, and your co-lead in advance
    • Email any active members of your group and cc Kumar and Nupur in
    • Include
      • What needs to be done
      • How many people will do each task
      • Mention any specific people if applicable
  • Send email every day absent