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Tuesday, April 13 • 8:05am - 5:00pm

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In this class project, the goal was to use knowledge we obtained in the class by designing and 3D printing a droid named K-2SO from the movie Rogue One, which is part of the Star Wars cinematic universe. The goal was to achieve a moveable and realistic duplicate of the droid that was much smaller than the one portrayed in the movie. By using the skills taught in Computer-Aided Engineering Drawing class in the Fall 2020 year, we were able to successfully reverse engineer, sketch, design, and 3D print the model. In order to print this model, MakerBot software, a 3D printer, and solidworks were all utilized to create a finished product. By dividing the model into different parts and using ball joints to connect them together, the model was then able to move its limbs. This project taught us important skills such as abstract and critical thinking, problem solving, the importance of creativity, working on a team, prototyping, and setting goals/benchmarks.


Robert Kiesel

Applied Engineering and Technology Management (BS)

Ermias Wogari

Applied Engineering and Technology Management (BS)

Lee Tarter

Applied Engineering and Technology Management (BS)

Tuesday April 13, 2021 8:05am - 5:00pm EDT
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