Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) HS

Overview

Participants design, fabricate, and use Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) to create a product that addresses the annual theme. 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.

2021-2022 Theme

 

Design Challenge: Create an original design and build an ice cream scoop.

Oklahoma Eligibility

Entries are limited to three (3) teams per chapter.

Contact Information

 

The individuals listed below are familiar with this event and available to give guidance. Please email them if you have questions regarding this event.
 

Chris Buster

cbuster@carnegie.k12.ok.us

Event Coordinator

Valerie McCauley

vmccauley@alex.k12.ok.us

Event Manager

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Careers associated:

  • Commercial and Industrial designer

  • Engineer

  • Mechanical engineer

  • CNC programmer or operator