March 1, 2023

Construction Begins – Senior Capstone Engineering

Over the past week, all three teams from the Senior Capstone Engineering class have been in the beginning phases of constructing their projects by buying their materials, measuring out wood, testing products and conducting research. The three teams went to Mrs. Yaw’s house where her husband, Brandon Yaw, assisted them in measuring and cutting their wood to begin their projects.

Students learned how to 3D model their projects on the computer program, On Shape, and used that design to start the construction of the projects. Each team has an “engineer” who oversees the building process, but all members of the teams had the opportunity to use the saw to cut the wood. 

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