Work from December, 2014

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HYPERLOOP FINAL REVIEW – Fall Quarter 2014

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TECH SEMINAR FINAL REVIEW PROJECTS – Fall Quarter 2014

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TECH SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS

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HEAT MEETING WITH METRO LOS ANGELES

Hyperloop welcomed two guests,Martha Welborne (chief planning officer) and Don Sepulveda (Executive Officer) from Metro Los Angeles to give us a brief introduction of recent work. The meeting took place in seminar room, where all Hyperloop members sit around and joined in heat discussion. We exchanged ideas of ...

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CAPSULE MOCK-UP PRODUCTION CONTINUES

The first module of full-scale capsule is built up today! The 8-feet-diameter unit only took team mock-up 4 hours to assemble. Pieces of plywood were pre-fabricated by CNC machine, which led to highly accurate manufacture. The complete of first module proves the success of structure,material, as well as the way ...

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LA AUTO SHOW TRIP

After Tech Seminar review in the morning, the Hyperloop studio took a visit to the LA Auto Show held in Convention Center, Downtown LA. The aim of this field trip is to learn more about industrial design from precedence that might inspire the capsule design process.

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CAPSULE MOCK-UP PRODUCTION

The mock-up group completed their first piece of work, a 10 ft diameter capsule skeleton which is designed for intensive study. Two more similar structures would be produced and assembled together in the following three weeks. We expect to see further progress ...

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