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bh 44 the engineering and manufacturing creativity camp is now underway at the university of southern indiana. the day camp is for high school students interested in engineering. this camp will give them the opportunity to see how engineering directly applies to manufacturers. the campers will spend the week working on their own computers called raspberry pi. they will be able to apply their engineering work to water jet - at the applied engineering center on campus.

"it's a full manufacturing piece of equipment. so you've got this kind of hobby pie going into manufacturing. so i think they get a good idea of design and manufacturing as part of this package as well too." the campers will also take a field trip to the toyota plant -- to see some engineering in action. at the end of the week - the students will showcase all their accomplishments for family and friends.



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