Understanding manufacturing methods and material choices, Science

This project is intended to stimulate discussion during the lectures/tutorials on the choices of materials and manufacturing issues related to materials. We will discuss our "objects" during the lecture/tutorial. Be prepared by selecting an object and then moving through the rest of the below steps.

 

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