CRHS engineering students showcase assembly line projects
(03/09/2023) Students enrolled in Scott Storrick’s Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) class hosted a project showcase on March 7 to present their automated assembly lines which they created in class.
Students created a short presentation outlining each of their projects for family, friends and community members before showing off their work to conclude the evening. The project included the creation, design, building and programming of a working assembly line. Students were engaged in problem-solving throughout the project to get their ideas to come to life.
The projects included a coffee assembly line, which used a robot to pour and stir coffee and creamer into a cup. Another group was working to create an assembly line to ensure a 100% field goal percentage using a paper football. The next assembly line created the perfect pop tart, including putting the ingredients on the tasty treat and packaging. The final project was a LEGO® truck assembly line, making the building of LEGO hands-free.
Watch these videos to see each of the projects in action: