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41 Continuous Roll-To-Roll LB Film Deposition Machine
Boyang Fang
Han Li
Ruiqi Zhao
Zhixian Zuo
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# Team member
- Boyang Fang 654045608
- Han Li 652796808
- Ruiqi Zhao 658317696
- Zhixian Zuo 669424542

# Title
Continuous Roll-To-Roll LB Film Deposition Machine


# Problem Statement
The large-scale production of lb film has great economic potential, but there are technical problems. At present, the world has failed to achieve large-scale mass production of lb film, and the development cost is extremely expensive.

# Solution Overview
This project is aimed at solving the mass production problem of LB film using a continuous roll-to-roll production method which can make a great contribution to the industry application of LB film.

# Solution Components
The project consists of three parts:

1. The production system, including stainless steel tanks, is used for loading liquid solvents on which nanomaterials float. Above one side of the slot is a nanomaterial burette for adding nanomaterial to the slot, which is controlled by a computer system.
2. The collection system consists of a bracket and five stainless steel rolls, two of which are used to collect Ptes with nanomaterials attached to the surface and three of which are used to adjust the slope of the contact area. The reel is connected to the transmission and motor and is controlled by a computer system.
3. Electromechanical control system with all computer components built in, used to adjust the traditional speed, find the best production conditions, control the operation of the system.

# Software Components:
1. The speed of stainless steel drum operation is adjusted by setting the code, and the speed is expected to be 0.55-20 mm per minute. Therefore, it is necessary to visualize the speed of stainless steel through the computer and observe the production results in time.
2. The height of the stainless steel drum is controlled by a computer to achieve different slopes of the film in order to find and stabilize the best Angle of tension diffusion to achieve maximum production efficiency.

# Criterion for Success
1. Find the best moving speed of rolling speed, syringe pump speed and angle between interface and film surface.
2. Solve the problem of material will gp through the film from two sides.
3. Achieve the production of regularly LB film.

Remote Robot Car Control System with RGBD Camera for 3D Reconstruction

Hao Chen, Yuhao Ge, Junyan Li, Han Yang

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## Team Members

- [Yuhao Ge], [yuhaoge2],

- [Hao Chen], [haoc8],

- [Junyan Li], [junyanl3],

- [Han Yang], [hany6].

## Project Title

Remote Robot Car Control System with RGBD Camera for 3D Reconstruction

## Problem

We aim to build a user-friendly control system for assisting users to remotely control a robot car equipped with an RGBD camera in complex indoor environments. The car should be able to build the environment based on the point cloud scanned by the camera, and the remote computer will reconstruct the point cloud to gain the map of the environment.

## Solution Overview

Our solution consists of a Robot Car Subsystem, Camera Subsystem, Remote Control Subsystem, and Human-Robot Interaction Interface. The Robot Car Subsystem includes a robot car and a rotating base for the RGBD camera. The Camera Subsystem captures RGBD images of the surrounding environment and performs real-time 3D reconstruction. The Remote Control Subsystem allows users to control the robot car remotely via a joystick. The Human-Robot Interaction Interface provides a third-person perspective view of the reconstructed environment and allows users to interact with the robot car in real-time.

## Solution Components

- Robot Car Subsystem: Includes a robot car and a rotating base for the RGBD camera.

- Camera Subsystem: Captures RGBD images of the surrounding environment and performs real-time 3D reconstruction using image signal processing software.

- Remote Control Subsystem: Allows users to control the robot car remotely via a joystick.

- Human-Robot Interaction Interface: Provides a third-person perspective view of the reconstructed environment and allows users to interact with the robot car in real-time.

## Criterion for Success

- The remote robot car control system can navigate and avoid obstacles in complex indoor environments.

- The Camera Subsystem can perform real-time 3D reconstruction with high accuracy and reliability.

- The Remote Control Subsystem provides a smooth and responsive control experience for the user.

- The Human-Robot Interaction Interface provides an intuitive and user-friendly way for users to interact with the robot car and view the reconstructed environment.

## Distribution of Work

- Han Yang (EE): Camera Subsystem design and implementation

- Hao Chen (ECE): Remote Control Subsystem design and implementation

- Junyan Li (ECE): Human-Robot Interaction Interface design and implementation

- Yuhao GE (ECE): Robot Car Subsystem design and implementation

## Justification of Complexity

We believe that our team has the necessary skills and knowledge to handle the mechanical and electrical complexity of our project.

Specifically, Han Yang has experience in image signal processing and Hao Chen has experience in remote control systems. Junyan Li has experience in human-robot interaction design, and Yuhao Ge has experience in robotics and mechanical design. Additionally, we plan to use readily available off-the-shelf components and design our system in a modular and scalable way to minimize the complexity and facilitate the development process.