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Form and function meet in this guide that encourages students to use their creativity and technical skills in a series of hands-on activities.
The guide covers orthographic sketching, logo design, modeling, CAD and CAM, milling, and more.
Student materials are reproducible for distribution within your classroom.
The career overview explains why graphically communicating engineering principles is a solid career choice.
Use this full-color guide alone or as a supplement, or combine it with other Contextual Engineering or Getting Started Guides to develop an engineering curriculum.
Equipment and materials needed to complete guide activities include the Pitsco Z-Mill thermal screen printing kit, thermal imager, carrier, T-shirt press or iron, Pitsco Foam Wing Cutter, photocopier or laser printer, shop vacuum, hair dryer, computer (for Z-Mill), compass, ruler, triangle, safety glasses, plastic engravers stock, sheets of acetate and card stock, white T-shirts, foam blocks, balsa wood, double-stick tape, sandpaper, and standard classroom tools and materials. Note: This list is for all activities; individual activities don’t require all listed materials.