Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) HS
Applying leadership and 21st century skills, participants design, fabricate, and use Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) to create a product that addresses the annual theme found on the TSA website under Competition/Themes and Problems. The product may use additive and/or subtractive manufacturing of any traditional, Computer Numerical Control (CNC), 3D printing, or laser technology available. A documentation portfolio, one (1) completed sample, and one (1) set of manufactured parts are checked in and evaluated. Semifinalist teams participate in an on-site challenge to demonstrate their product and give a promotional "sales pitch" to the judges.
Event Guidelines are located on the National TSA website under your chapter advisor login screen, select Total TSA tab.
Entries are limited to three teams of two per chapter.
# State Competition Info
This event will follow national guidelines