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Wednesday, October 4 • 1:00pm - 1:30pm
TECH8: Mechatronic Rapid Prototyping MEMS Device for a Precision Dual-Axis Surface Angular Measurement (SAM)

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Rapid prototyping for a state of the art precision dual-axis Surface Angular Measurement (SAM) tool was developed in <10 days for an industrial manufacturing research need for dual-axis tilt measurement. Precision inclinometers are abundant, however; meeting custom needs for size, weight, axes, accuracy, precision, logging, display, and battery management into one design excluded various off-the-shelf devices.  Based on mechatronic design principles and rapid prototyping MEMS, a functional sensor design was achieved at low cost and minimal time.  A successful result with high confidence achieved a precision of <+/-0.058°, an accuracy of <+/-0.099° within a +/- 4°range.

Attendee benefits include:
• Discussion of rapid prototyping MEMS applications for precision measurement.
• End-User’s discussion on quality functional prototypes for sensor applications for industry.
• Detailed discussion of how to build a precision dual-axis inclinometer for acceptable gage
performance with small inexpensive modular components.

Speakers
avatar for Patrick Brown

Patrick Brown

Staff Mechanical Engineer, Ventana Medical Systems
Patrick Brown is a Staff Mechanical Engineer at Ventana Medical Systems in Tucson, Arizona where he has developed solutions for diagnostic laboratory equipment in the areas of electro-mechanical and micro-fluidic design.  Patrick has an MS Biomedical Engineering degree from Wright... Read More →
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Aaron Ewoniuk

Phd Candidate & Senior Mechanical Engineer, Lehigh University & Ventana Medical Systems
Aaron Ewoniuk is a PhD Candidate at Lehigh University in Mechanical Engineering while being a Senior R&D engineer at Ventana Medical Systems of Tucson, Arizona where he has created diagnostic imaging systems, high volume tissue (biopsies) stainers, mathematical algorithms, and measurement... Read More →


Wednesday October 4, 2017 1:00pm - 1:30pm
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