Hydraulic power maze

Hydraulic power maze

Published on 27 October 2020

a presentation detailing the process of making a hydraulic powered labyrinth

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Transcript
00:00
Hydrolic Powered Maze
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By: Megan Mramor and Katie Tallman
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Popsicle sticks
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1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6)
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Cardboard Tubing Kool - Aid 8 syringes Hot glue 2 marbles
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Materials
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Materials and Inspiration
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7)
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How to make Hydraulic Labrinth with ball from https://www.youtube.com /watch?v=tixPi19VIsU
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Inspiration
00:08
Type he
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Process
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Presentation
00:14
Research
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Tinkercad
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Building
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Problem Solving
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We took pictures of our finished project and we configured a presentation using the information and material we had.
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We individually designed a visual representation of our plan.
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We looked up ideas and found a reasonable project. We then came up with a plan.
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We got supplies ready and built our project from the ground up.
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We had to solve problems such as air flow.
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Dimensions and Facts of Project
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About 22 inches ( 55.8 centimeters) long
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About 12 inches (30.48 centimeters) high
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Uses pressure to give and take away liquid to lift up and push down surfaces
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Earlier had complications with air flow, pressure, and design flaws
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Our Strategy
00:26
1. Basic Understanding of Plan
00:28
2.  Anaylize Build
00:30
3. Gather Materials and Build
00:32
4.  Review and Revise
00:34
5. Prepare for Permanent Use and Presentation
00:36
Our Final Design
00:36
We chose this because we found out that it worked the best with pressure.
00:37
User Guarantees
00:39
Clear idea and easy to understand
00:40
Fun and easy to use design
00:41
Quick fixes to any problems that may occur
00:44
Take the first step to completing your maze and understanding the science behind it.
00:48
Our Tinkercad Designs
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YOUR LOGO
00:53
Problems We Had
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Air Flow
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Design Flaws
00:53
It wasn't proportionate, and it made the marble not able to roll in the places it needed to, so we pulled and cut off the pieces that stopped it.
00:53
Air kept leaking, so we reglued the syringes to the tubes.
00:53
Pressure
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The pressure wasn't complete and it didn't let the sides rise as much as it should have, so we rethought and reglued them.