"These moments when we dare to aim higher, to break barriers, to reach for the stars, to make the unknown known. We count these moments as our proudest achievements. But we lost all that.
Our students are involved in industry projects, whether its a capstone Lean project for Basic Research, or a Quality Systems class project for a local company.
Faculty research topics include dissimilar metal joining, composite manufacturing processes, system modeling, and simulation.
Venture Factory creates new products from fellow student ideas, and runs the annual Student Innovator of the Year (SIOY) competition.
Students have opportunities to work on projects outside of the classroom, such as the electric Streamliner. Supportive industry partners, mentoring faculty, and great facilities allow these experiences to happen.
BYU Manufacturing students learn advanced technical skills such as CNC programming that will allow them to compete in an advanced and computerized world of manufacturing.
Careful thought and planning must go into several of the projects that Manufacturing Engineering Technology students work on everyday.
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A team of BYU students have set out to change the way we live. $138 billion worth of food is thrown away in the United States every year.
SIOY is looking for future leaders to be committee members as they ramp up for next year's event.