February 10, 2022

Honors Engineering and Reach Unlimited

The honors engineering class is continuing their projects with Reach Unlimited. They have been tasked with creating projects that can benefit the clients. One team must create a way for the clients to paint with their head, another must create a soil sifter and the last team must create a way to stamp bags.

Part of the project management and design process includes creating prototypes and taking trips to Lowe’s for supplies. As time moves on, the timeline for each project must be updated with supplies needed, price ranges and due dates for final designs. At the end of the semester, the final product will be presented to the clients.

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