- This project seeks to design the first physical Columbus device. While the -105 will most likely meet very few of the Gada Prize requirements, it's main objective is to prove that the structure, positioning mechanisms, and software/hardware can all work in concert.
|FILE ID#||TYPE||DESCRIPTION||FORMATS||UPLOAD INFO|
|COL-105-0||ASSEMBLY||This assembly was created to test the idea of external pocketing of structural panels.||.pdf, .stl||--Isaac Olson 04:14, 19 August 2010 (UTC)|
|COL-105-101-0||PART||This assembly was created to test the idea of external pocketing of structural panels.||.pdf, .stl||--Isaac Olson 04:14, 19 August 2010 (UTC)|
Due to the nature and scale of this project it is expected that hundreds – if not thousands – of files will be created to properly document and exploit the various conceptual designs, prototypes, and official releases. Because one can only name a file just so many things before language is exhausted, the following nomenclature will be used for naming all Columbus files:
- All files begin with the first three letters of the Team name, in this case COL.
- The second set of three digits represent the project the component is in.
- If a file is purely experimental then it may be noted as such by substituting the project name with "TEST". Example: COL-TEST-150-...
- The third set of three digits represent the assembly within the project.
- The fourth set of three digits represents the part number within the assembly.
- The last placeholder represents the release status: an uppercase letter for released revisions (A,B,C...) or a number for unreleased revisions (1,2,3...)
- For released revisions the letters I (as in iceberg) and O (as in orange) are skipped due to their similar appearance to 1 and 0 respectively.
- Example: COL-125-010-007-B. This is read as: Columbus, project 125, assembly 10, part 7, revision B.
- This is a CAD solid model assembly, it contains multiple parts. Assembly files will always be located at the top of the file table.
- This file contains a single CAD solid model.
Any file format that includes the word 'all' contains a complete set of the particular file for each component in the assembly.
- 2D Files
- 3D Files
- Code Files