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Digital Notebook

TEAM NORMS
● Code of conduct
❏ Respect and listen to everyone’s ideas (Via Groupme or email)
❏ Professional comments/emails only
● Communication
○ Frequency: ​Try and check your email twice everyday. Try to respond to emails within 24
hours (*Exceptions apply)
○ Method: ​Make sure your notifications are on and check your email during your
engineering class and at the end of school. We can also make a Groupme
● File Management
○ Naming system: ​Name parts by name or hole#.(Hole 7 v.1)
○ Revision: ​Notify group members if revisions are made to parts, and save as a new
version. (Hole 7 v.2)
● Team Decisions
○ Process for making decision: ​Make sure everyone agrees with idea before working on it.
○ Process for dealing with differences of opinion/conflict: ​Make sure everyone is
involved in decision making and listen to everyone.

Team Norms read and understood by ​Ben Goeke​ on​ 4/9/18​.


Team Norms read and understood by ​John Christen​ on ​4/10/18​.
Team Norms read and understood by ​Will Stappenbeck​ on ​4/10/18​.
Team Norms read and understood by ​Ravi Cohen​ on ​4/10/18​.
Team Norms read and understood by Luke Wagnon on 4/12/18.

Step 1: Define the Problem


Client​ : Mall of America Target Consumer​ : Mall patrons 6-60 years old

Problem Statement​ : The Mall of America in Minneapolis, MN has designated an area of mall space to
construct an indoor mini-golf course. Mall of America executives have placed a call for design concepts
from the leading design firms across the United States. Your design team will be one of several teams
who will pitch a design concept to MOA execs. The winning concept will receive the contract to design
and build a state of the art mini-golf course in the MOA.

Design Statement​: Competing design teams will submit 9-hole mini-golf course design concept
illustrating the team’s overall idea for a mini-golf theme that will attract mall patrons.

Constraints:
1. All holes within a group must have a consistent theme.
2. Entire mini golf course cannot exceed 12,000 square feet.
3. Each hole cannot exceed 25’ x 20’. (Suggestion: ​Create each hole base with 25’by 20’ by 1’)
4. Holes can have elevated features up to 5’, but appropriate safety precautions must be taken.
5. All components of the hole must be less than 5’ tall.Pathways as needed to move from hole to
hole must be a minimum of 36” wide.
6.
7. Each hole assembly must use a base, tee-off pad (provided by the Project Manager), and scoring
podium (provided by the Project Manager).
8. Each hole assembly will include a walking path part file that provides access to the previous and
next holes, also all other part files needed for the design of the whole.
Remember when transferring files, it is ESSENTIAL you know what version of Inventor is being used AND
ALL PARTS MUST BE WITH THE ASSEMBLY.
9. All 3D modeling should be done to FULL SCALE. ​Be mindful of scale and units!

Step 2: Ge​nerate Concepts


● Preliminary sketches from all team members ​(Be sure to include annotation or descriptions as
necessary to be able to fully communicate your ideas)
Vote in your Color:

Ben Goeke
Luke Wagnon
John Christen
Will Stappenbeck
Ravi Cohen
Sketches
5 (best, easiest) Difficulty of build Originality Marketability Applicability TOTAL
1 (worst,
hardest)

Ben 1 ​2 ​3 ​3 ​2 3 ​2 ​2 ​3 ​3 2 ​3 ​5 ​2 ​4 5 ​5 ​5 ​5 ​5 65

Luke 5 ​4 ​5 ​4 ​4 3 ​4 ​4 ​4 ​3 4 ​4 ​4 ​4 ​4 5 ​5 ​5 ​5 ​5 85

John 2 ​3​ 2 ​3 ​3 3 ​3 ​3 ​3 ​3 2 ​2 ​3 ​2 ​4 5 ​5 ​ 5 ​5 ​5 66

Will 4​ 4 ​4 ​4 ​3 3 ​2​ ​5 ​5 ​4 2 ​3 ​2 ​3 ​4 5 ​5 ​5 ​5 ​5 77

Ravi 1 ​1 ​2 ​1 ​3 4 ​3​ ​1 ​2 3 ​3 ​1 ​2 ​3 5 ​5 ​5 ​5 ​5 55

Themes
Top Ideas Difficulty to Originality Marketability Applicability TOTAL
build

Famous 1 ​2 ​2 ​3 3 ​3 ​4 ​4 3 ​4 ​4 ​4 5 ​5 ​5 ​5 57
Destinations,

Sports, 2 ​3 ​3 ​2 3 ​4 ​3 ​3 1 ​3 ​4 ​3 5 ​3 ​4 ​4 50

Space, 1 ​3 ​4​ 3 3 ​3 ​2 ​2 2 ​4 ​4 ​3 5 ​4 ​5​ 5 53

Medieval, 2 ​3 ​3 ​3 3 ​2 ​3 ​2 2 ​3 ​4 ​3 5 ​5 ​5 ​4 52

Weather 3 ​4 ​3​ 4 3 ​5 ​4​ 4 1 ​3 ​4 ​4 5 ​2 ​3 ​4 56

Arcade 2 ​2 ​3​ 3 2 ​4 ​3​ 4 4 ​5 ​4 ​3 5 ​4 ​5 ​4 56

Jungle 3 ​3 ​2 ​2 3 ​2 ​4 ​3 3 ​3 ​3 ​2 5 ​5 ​5 ​4 52

Beach 3 ​4 ​5 ​3 2 ​4 ​4​ 2 3 ​4 ​3 ​2 5 ​4 ​5​ 4 57

Applicability - How easily we can apply the ideas from the theme to the structure of the course
Marketability - How well it appeals to ages 6-75
Originality - How much it stands out from other mini-golf courses
Difficulty - How hard it will be to make

Results of Decision Matrices


Exit/Entry Diagram: Luke’s Design
Theme: Famous Destinations

Final Thoughts:
Ravi - Overall I really liked Luke’s design and the beach theme, but I want to include ben’s hole 8 into
whatever design we choose
Luke- I would like to use hole 2 from will’s design. Also, if we decide to do the arcade would we
combine video games and arcade theme together. If we use the beach theme I’m guessing would
there be a lot of sand dunes?
Ben- I think we should lower the theme decision matrix to sports, space, and famous destinations,
since those were the ones that the most people voted on.
John - I think that we should combine the best 2-3 holes from each person’s sketch. In terms of
themes I think sports, space, and beach are the best.
Will - Everyone’s sketch has at least one great hole we could use in our final idea, but I like Luke’s
design the best with the famous destinations, sports, or medieval theme.

Answer this quiz to determine top


ideas!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfYnsQEe796mf5dJTDv4tVr4LnbzGw
f3vSkt-wZXfX-ZCvJuw/viewform?usp=sf_link
What Famous Destinations Should we Use?

Suggestions
John - Eiffel Tower
- Big Ben
- Gateway Arch
- Area 51
- Tokyo Tower
- Venice, Italy (hole by water)

Will - Golden Gate Bridge


- Leaning Tower of Pisa
- Giza Pyramids
- Sydney Opera House
- Taj Mahal

Luke - Arch
- Las Vegas strip
- Mount Everest

Ravi - Colosseum in Rome


- Empire State Building
- Machu Picchu
- Grand Canyon (Might be cool to golf
through a canyon)

Ben - London Eye


- Hollywood sign
- Brandenburg Gate
- Statue of Liberty
Ben:
- Famous Destinations (each hole is a different landmark or city)
- Weather theme (each hole is a different natural disaster) ex. Earthquake hole has
cracked ground.
Luke:

Sports( each hole is a different sport)


Video games
Old fashion arcade games
John:
- Space (under a rocket, around planets, etc.)
- Jungle (animals and trees as obstacles)
- Desert (cacti and animals as obstacles)
Will:
- Beach-themed (Umbrellas, beach, etc.)
- Medieval (Knights, Castles, etc.)
- Sporty (Basketball, baseball, etc.)
Ravi:

- All of the themes that you guys presented seem fine

Step 3: Develop a Solution


Roles Responsibilities
Project Manager: Ravi Ex: Create base, scoring pad, etc (Hole 1)
Design Engineer: Luke Ex: Hole 2 - 3
Design Engineer: Ben Ex. Hole 4-5
Design Engineer: John Ex. Hole 7-8
Design Engineer: Will Ex. Hole 8-9

● Identify team roles and divide all work for the project up amongst teammates
● Use a decision matrix to determine which teammates design will be used.
● Create sketches as needed to document all ideas.
● Establish a Entry/Exit Diagram of entire course layout.
Hole Signup:
Hole 1: Ravi (Empire State Building)

Hole 2: Will (Pyramids)


Hole 3: Will (Golden Gate Bridge)
Hole 4: John (Big Ben)

Hole 5: Ben (London)

Hole 6: John (Taj Mahal)

Hole 7: Ben (Hollywood Sign)


Hole 8:luke (White House)

Hole 9:luke ( St. louis Arch)


Final Design:

Design Conventions:
- The entire hole is a 12 inch base, start with a 12 inch base before you create a hill or recess
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- All squares on that picture are 5 feet.
- All of the sidewalks are 5 feet wide and cut 1 inch into the base
- All playing areas should be cut into the base by 3 inches (excluding hills/recesses).
- Center the tee off pad it should be 30 by 30 inches
- The diameter of the holes are 5 in and they are 8 in deep
-

Step 4: Construct and Test Prototype


● Daily updates from team members about progress. ​Example in purple below...
● File sharing when necessary

4/12: John finished his preliminary sketch


4/16: John voted on themes and developed outline for decision matrix

4/11: Will began work on his preliminary sketch of the course


4/12: Will finished sketch
4/16: Will voted on themes and started to create a decision matrix
4/18: Will voted on both decision matrices and gave final thoughts, signing up for Holes 2 and 5
4/23: Will began work on hole sketches
4/24: Will finished preliminary hole sketches for Hole 2 and Hole 3
4/25: Will began designing Holes 2 and 3 in Inventor and uploaded sketches to notebook
4/27: Will worked on Hole 2 and 3
4/30: Will worked on Hole 2 and 3
5/2: Will finished Hole 2 assembly
5/4: Will almost finished Hole 3
5/7/18: Will finished Hole 3 assembly and sent both holes to teammates
4/11: Ravi Started making his entry-exit diagram
4/12: Ravi Was absent from school
4/13: Ravi Finished his entry-exit diagram and voted on themes
4/16: Ravi re-did the decision matrix and voted
4/17: Luke made some suggestions and chose my role.
4/17/18: Ben counted quiz responses and filled out decision matrix. Made tee off pad
4/17/18: Ravi worked on the decision matrix and checked that everything is running well
4/18/18: John voted on decision matrices and gave final thoughts on sketches
4/18/18: Ravi finished the decision matrix and wrote the standards.
4/18/18: John signed up for holes
4/19/17: John created poll for famous destinations we should use for our course
4/19/19: John created sketch of hole 7
4/23/18: Ben worked on sketches and virtual design of hole 5 and hole 7
4/23/18: John Created Sketches for Hole 6 and 4
4/24/18 : Ben worked on sketches and virtual design for Hole 5
4/25/18: John began inventor work for hole 6, and uploaded sketches for hole 4 and 6
4/25/18: Ravi Worked on Hole 1
4/26/18: luke started making hole 9
4/26/18: Ben started on Hole 5
4/27/18: Ravi Started working on the proshop
4/30/18: luke finished sketch, almost done with inventor design.
4/30/18 : Ben worked on hole 5
4/30/18: Ravi worked on the proshop
5/1/18: John worked on holes 4 and 6 in inventor
5/1/18 : luke Made some changes and finished hole 9
5/1/18: Ben worked on hole 5
5/2/18: John Worked on holes 4 and 6 in inventor
Hole 1:
Ben uploaded step part files to Inventor
5/3/18 Luke: started hole 8
5/4/18 luke made more edits to hole 8
5/7/18 John finished holes in inventor
5/8/18 Ben started making technical drawings
5/8/18 Luke finished tech drawings for both of my holes.
5/9/18 Ben made technical drawings and put them into the presentation.
Sketches for Hole 4 and 6
Step 5: Evaluate Solution
● Each member will complete an individual project evaluation/reflection and submit it to your
specific teacher. Ladue will submit via weebly and Clayton will submit via canvas.
● This section on the digital notebook will ultimately say “See individual group member
evaluations”
Consider the following prompts to help guide your reflection. Be sure to provide ​insightful ​comments.
There should be at least one paragraph reflecting on each topic below.

Topic 1​: Engineering Concepts Learned/Applied


● What is a Gantt chart and how can it be utilized for large projects? Was it beneficial for
this project? How so? If it was created and then never looked at again by you and your
teammates why? How could it have been beneficial?
● Describe why professionals will utilize a decision matrix to make important decisions?

Topic 2: ​Teamwork, Organization, Work ethic, Communication, Team Norms


● How did this project go for you overall? Did you and your partners work well together?
Why or why not?
● Did establishing team norms prior to beginning the actual work of the project help build
understanding of expectations for each other?
● What is at least one thing your group could have done better in this project?

Topic 3: ​Your Solution


● How does your design compare to the other groups? Do you see something that you
wish you would have added into your design?
Ravi’s Reflection: In all, I think that this project went fairly well. We needed more communication and
some more complex designs.
Step 6: Present Solution
● Link to group presentation