Design & EngineerinG
One-Week Summer Engineering Program
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Date: July 26-30, 2021
Dana Hall – Wellesley, MA
Students used digital modeling on the computer, as well as hand sketches, to develop multiple iterations of their designs. They evaluated and re-designed their prototypes employing grids and stencils. Each student chose their best rendition and turned it into a 3D plan. The body of the car was created using a 3D printer. Wheels were attached and final modifications were made by hand. Printed race cars were powered by CO2 cartridges. Student creations competed in head-to-head competition on a 65 foot, specially made race track.
Engineers may explore materials that can be used in athletic wear that protect against rips, tears, that wick moisture. They may use 3D printers to create trendy athletic or camping gear, new heels for shoes, and much more. They may develop sensors that can be manipulated into clothing for biofeedback and explore explore metals, textiles, and plastics to create that perfect look or function.
Glen Gurner earned his BFA and MS in Art Education from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design and his MFA from UMASS Dartmouth. Following six years as a college instructor, Glen became a computer-aided design, or CAD, high school teacher while also running his own design and project management company. Since 2011, Glen has taught Engineering and Design at Brookline High School, which consistently ranks in the top five public high schools in Massachusetts.
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