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The Mechanical Engineering Technology & Manufacturing Engineering Technologies (MET2) is supported by the NSF ATE Program Grant, award number 1400610. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

2016 PROJECTS

Mission Statement:

Provide Westminster Tool a state of the art centralized cooling system to reduce energy consumption for temperature sensitive machines.

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Conduct research including a full cost benefit analysis for an innovative manufacturing facility that is fully functional and highly energy efficient.

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To produce a versatile electrode probe kit which records water infiltration systems to monitor the success of green infrastructure for the United States Geological Survey (USGS).

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Using innovative manufacturing technologies to improve the production, customization, and availability of prosthetic devices for children.

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To design an emergency rescue raft that integrates existing technology into smart fabric creating a more reliable product during life threatening situations.

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To design an emergency rescue raft that integrates existing technology into smart fabric creating a more reliable product during life threatening situations.

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Develop a manually operated transportation system that captures its residual energy to purify an onboard water source for developing countries.

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The Wireless E Data team aims to reduce the size of last year’s prototype by switching to the PIC microcontroller supported by a custom PCB design. The team also intends to implement a graphical user interface, “home base”, powered by a Raspberry Pi. Ultimately, the team will create the first Wireless E Data network.