Creative Engineering Mark Rober

Creative Engineering Mark Rober
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Become a creative engineer in 30 days. During this one-month class, learn to use engineering and science to bring your creative ideas to life. Finish the class with 3 original engineering builds of your own.

Former NASA engineer and YouTuber Mark Rober teaches you everything he knows in this one-month class. Immerse yourself in the process and leave the class with 3 personalized engineering builds and a new set of lifelong creative engineering skills.

Build #1 – Mechanical Engineering
For Build #1, Mark shares his end-to-end engineering process. You’ll learn about pneumatic systems, motors, springs, and more mechanical engineering topics to design, build, and optimize your first build: a machine that solves a food-related problem.

Build #2 – Electrical Engineering
For Build #2, Mark teaches you electrical engineering techniques for your second build: a device that displays or creates art. You’ll dive into circuits, Arduino, sensors, code, and more. You’ll finish with another personalized, unique, and shareable build.

Build #3 – Advanced Techniques
For Build #3, you’ll use both mechanical and electrical engineering to create a device that helps you form a good habit or break a bad one. You’ll also learn about some of Mark’s favorite advanced techniques, including CAD and 3D printing.

Mark’s class covers:

The Engineering Design Process
Creativity and Coming Up with Ideas
Materials and Build Techniques
Principles of Mechanical Engineering
Circuitry, Sensors, and Effectors
Pneumatics, Solenoids, Advanced Tools
Research and Exploring Design Options
Prototyping and Testing Designs
Digital Modeling, CAD, and 3D Printing
Programming Circuits with Arduino
Advanced Automation with Raspberry Pi
Troubleshooting and Debugging
Designing and Running Experiments
Telling the Story of Your Build
How to Grow as an Engineer

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