Software is what mobilizes and controls the robot. Tezla’s software is created primarily by using the visual programming application ‘Simulink,’ and with the secondary use of the basic programming language ‘Robot C.’ Within the engineering notebook, there is a software development notebook that describes the software development process. The process is documented similarly to the engineering process with equal value. These intermediate software engineers grow in experience during this challenge to later become professionals in a parallel field.
By recording various clips of the WHS STEAM Machine in action, the video team created a video to premiere at the beginning of their marketing presentation. The video includes several clips, transitions, background music, and text overlay displaying the company’s many awards and honors. The same producers will later create an advertisement for the Robot, premiered at a later date.
Two-dimensional and three-dimensional computer aided designs (CAD) are made to provide a visual aid of robot models. In creating CAD before production, the engineers can reduce the risk of hardware malfunction. Minds that develop CAD must be visual, flexible, and creative in order to make efficient drawings. CAD can be used for most forms of engineering in the design phase.
custom Part Production
The Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Mill takes the G-Code of CAD and applies it to a numeric grid to cut out plastic or wood parts with respective bits. The preciseness that CNC Mills provide optimizes Tezla’s construction to reduce material waste through this advanced resources. In addition to the CNC Mill, our team uses a 3D printer. Whereas the CNC Mill cuts parts out of pre-existing materials, the 3D Printer constructs it from scratch.
To publicize the STEAM Machine in a digital world, a company web page is essential. The site is easy to navigate and helps keep the public informed on company events, employees, and products. Powered by SquareSpace’s enriching application design and the unparalleled user interface, the web development team spends hours crafting each element you see.
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