The Armstrong Campus of Georgia Southern University is proud to present EDC 2022: Eagle-3D
Eagle-3D is a novel engineering design competition to develop the engineering design capacity, infrastructure, and technical knowledge of high school teachers and students. Eagle-3D will provide high school teams with a 3D printer kit, associated supplies, software resources and training to facilitate more engaging Engineering Design Challenge (EDC) Competitions in the future. Eagle-3D will culminate with a reverse-engineering challenge.
The challenge will run from Jan - April 2022.
Each Eagle-3D team will:
Assemble their provided 3D printer
Learn how to create CAD models and create physical models using their assembled 3D printer
Select a device to dissect and measure (reverse engineer the device)
Create CAD models of the parts and 3D print the parts of the device
Create a video presentation and (depending on COVID19 protocols) give an in person presentation
Each team will be comprised of:
4-7 high school student members
One advisor from the school’s teaching staff
A Georgia Southern engineering student Project Coach
Check out the EDC 2022: Eagle-3D How-To Videos!