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Offers in: Engineering at design Industrial

summaryThe goal of project is the development and fabrication of a directed illumination system. This system will be mounted on a camera and will allow to record the specimens at the same time as they are mechanically tested. The system to be developed has to illuminate the specimen to be filmed from several points simultaneously. Likewise, it must be possible to modify the light sources in guide by means of an arduino. During the project , parts have to be designed and manufactured by 3D printing, LEDs have to be mounted on the manufactured parts and an arduino has to be programmed and connected to be able to control the switching on and off of the light sources.

profile of the student: Ideally a student of design, industrial technologies, mechanical or biomedical engineering. Experience in arduino programming and design 3D CAD would be an asset.

Application: Send CV, along with academic record and a paragraph of about 300 words of motivation explaining the suitability of your profile for the realization of this project.  

Supervisor of project: Dr. Javier Aldazábal

deadline and resolution: Students who wish to apply must do so before the end of October and the selection of candidates will be made in November in order to start in December or January.

design and development of a new line of furniture from specific materials. Typology of components: tables, shelves, cabinets, cupboards... Create a differentiating line with its own aesthetics. This contribution should be included in a portfolio and the technical drawings should be drawn up with a view to its manufacture.

ACADEMIC SUPERVISOR

Paz Morer

RESPONSIBLE FOR PROJECT

Maite García de Andoin (CIANCO)

AREA THEMATIC OF PROJECT

Engineering in design Industrial and development of Products

DESCRIPTION AND OBJECTIVES

Documents to submit: visual communication (portfolio with drawings and renderings of the final product), 3D models, technical drawings. Mock-ups. Stability calculations. Ergonomics study. Sustainability study.

area Or department (CEIT/Tecnun/Unav)

Mechanical Engineering and Materials

 

ACADEMIC SUPERVISOR

María Huici Jiménez (Pilot Plant). Marcos Llorente Ortega (LABIM)

RESPONSIBLE FOR PROJECT

Paz Morer

AREA THEMATIC OF PROJECT

Engineering in design Industrial and development of Products

DESCRIPTION AND OBJECTIVES

- Introduction:

The University of Navarra's Pilot Plant, located at campus in Pamplona, manufactures various pharmacological products. Some of them, such as the hydroalcoholic gel, are bottled and require specific labeling.

Given the scale of production and the variety of bottle types, commercial solutions do not fit in terms of technical characteristics and/or price. For this reason, labelling is done by hand, requiring a large number of operator hours.

- Objectives:

Design and develop a semi-autonomous or autonomous system for the labeling of cans with different dimensions according to requirements of the pilot plant in order to reduce as much as possible the operator time required for this process.

area O department (CEIT/Tecnun)

department from Mechanical Engineering and Materials (TECNUN)

 

ACADEMIC SUPERVISOR

María Huici Jiménez (Pilot Plant). Marcos Llorente Ortega (LABIM)

RESPONSIBLE FOR PROJECT

Paz Morer

AREA THEMATIC OF PROJECT

Engineering in design Industrial and development of Products

DESCRIPTION AND OBJECTIVES

- Introduction:

The University of Navarra's Pilot Plant, located at campus in Pamplona, manufactures various pharmacological products. Some of them, such as the hydroalcoholic gel, are bottled and require specific labeling.

Given the scale of production and the variety of bottle types, commercial solutions do not fit in terms of technical characteristics and/or price. For this reason, capping is done by hand, requiring a large number of operator hours. In addition, given the roughness of the corks, it generates blisters in the operators and different people have to take turns.

- Objectives:

To design and develop a semi-autonomous or autonomous system for capping cans with different dimensions according to requirements of the pilot plant in order to reduce as much as possible the operator effort and time required for this process.

area O department (CEIT/Tecnun)

department from Mechanical Engineering and Materials (TECNUN)