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Hello guyz.. Its my diploma last year in mechanical engg. And i need to do a project so suggest me that what can i make? Answered

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rickharris

Best Answer 2 years ago

As a final year student you should Know how to select a project.

Unless your academic staff have told you different:

Your not looking for a thing to do, your looking for a problem you can solve. Seek a problem in the real world, Something you can analyse and produce a solution for realistically in the time you have to do the project.

You can find problems all around you if you look and observe.

I would suggest seek a problem for which there are already some solutions out there so you have other examples to dissect and analyse. The produce your own.

There are certain areas of your community that may be a good place to look:

Disabled

Industry

Children

The elderly

Toys

Transport

for example.

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rickharrisPrathamesh Khairnar

Answer 2 years ago

Again this isn't how it works. You HAVE to be realistic this is your diploma not mine - I already have all the degrees I want thanks.

1. You need to be MUCH more specific in regards to exactly what you want your project to do.

2. You have to know it is possible.

3. You should have at least some idea of HOW to go about it.

4 You can ask us for specific help regarding some element of you project but NOT for a complete solution. No one here is going to do your project for you.

5. Is this going to satisfy the requirements(which you haven't told us) for your final year project.

IF one of my students were to say the same to me I would advise them to go away and have a rethink. LOOK for a PROBLEM that you can solve.,

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rickharris

2 years ago

sigh, No response Obviously wasn't a urgent as all that.

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icengrickharris

Answer 2 years ago

Origami is a good fallback position for a Zero skill set with unsocial tendencies :)

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Jack A Lopez

2 years ago

Did you ever see one of the Coyote-Road-Runner cartoons titled, Solid Tin Coyote ? It's the one where Wile E builds a giant, radio-controlled, robot mecha coyote.

Anyway, I was thinking maybe you could build something similar for to satisfy your diploma requirements.

And who knows? A giant robot could come in handy for other stuff too, like for crushing your enemies, basically the same thing Wile E Coyote used his giant robot for, or tried to... Honestly, most of WEC's projects were not very successful.

Picture attached.

coyote-road-runner--solid-tin-coyote.jpg
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Kiteman

2 years ago

Your first stop for advice should be your academic staff - lecturers, tutors and professors.

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Downunder35m

2 years ago

Please more info as Iceng stated...
What have you done so far?
Where is you main interest? E.G.: motors, mechanics, micro-mechanics, hydraulics, pneumatics...
What are the project requirements or guidelines?
What can use to actually do it in terms of machines, computers, hardware?
Are you aiming for a proof of concept or a real life thing that has actual use?
Are you planning to create something for public use like in remote areas or under-developed countries?
Does it need to be easy to build/replicate with common tools?

I think you got the picture here ;)

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iceng

2 years ago

So what is your skill set, What have you made, What power tools do you have access to use..

I have made some very interesting Lego models to proof of concept for engineering review meetings.