These are some of notable projects that has been completed by Seniors of Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering students in FEIT. These projects consist of multiple fields, ranging from Robotics, Automotive, Manufacturing and Civil works.
Low Articulation Mobile Unit: A work still in progress. To be completed with arms and spines. This project is an Alpha state of FEIT own Exosceleton.
Low Articulation Mobile Unit: The knee joint
Low Articulation Mobile Unit: "Sitting" position
Low Articulation Mobile Unit Demonstration by Afifi and Ben
Low Articulation Mobile Unit Arm without the end effector. Modeled by Nizam DMM Semester 5.
4 D.o.F Pick and Place Robotic Arm controlled by OMRON Programmable Logic Controller. The positioning of the arm is predetermined through programming.
4 D.o.F Pick and Place Robotic Arm side View.
4 D.o.F Pick and Place Robotic Arm Test Run.
Wired Examination Invigilator. This project is meant to operate overhead in the ceiling, and controlled by invigilator positioned in front of a monitor that screened the view from the camera.
Wired Examination Invigilator railing system
Wall Mounted Jib Crane for SME's with confined and limited spaces
Sewage Water Treatment System Model. This working real time model explains step-by-step the processes in treating wastes.
Sewage Water Treatment System Model close up. Every tanks, reservoir and flows are properly labelled in order to ease understanding of the complicated process.
Air Handling Unit (AHU) working model complete with ventilation. This model explains all processes that operated by an AHU system.
AHU Model is vital as safety is No. 1 issue that usually being stressed out in the manufacturing industry.
Differential and shaft teaching aid. This model is to explain the usage of bevel gears in connecting and operating an automobile.
Differential and shaft teaching aid top view.
Crank Teaching Aid. This fully operational model indicates all the processes during a piston cranking motion including all the valves opening and closures.
A driving system meant to fully utilize only human arms, without the requirement of legs. This projects are meant for those who are less fortunate such as leg amputees.
This project connects a special handling system to the brake and acceleration pedals so that one would not need to press the pedals using their leg.
Gear System teaching aid. This operational model previews on what actually happens in a gear box during its operation. This comes complete with shifting of the gears.
Gear System teaching aid close up view.
FIELD: WORKSHOP TOOLS
Drilling and Rivet special tool. This special tool is mounted on a spring returned hand lever to ease the movement of tool.
This special tool is meant to aid in drilling and removal of rivets without damaging the surface such as a brake pad.
Motorized hydraulic pipe bending machine. An electric motor is connected to a series of gear and chain system in order to operate the bending system.
Motorized hydraulic pipe bending machine bending die and mold.
Fully Automatic Lemang Burner. This burner rotates the lemang in a 360 degree motion by its axis and planetary and drastically cut lemang burning time from 7-8 hours to only 1 hour.
This burner is able to produce a fully cooked 6 sticks of lemangs in a cycle, and it even comes with a knocker (a standard process during burning of lemang, one required to "knock" the lemang to ensure the glutinous rice comes in nice and compressed).
Work in progress. A drag trike meant to decrease drag effects and increase acceleration. To come in near future are body covers and finishings.
Gearing system in the Drag Trike.
This Drag Trike comes with a panel that displays the speed of movement using a tachometer.