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TechBurst 2011: Constructing the "Perfect Cube" in Biomedical Engineering

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Uploaded on Jan 30, 2012

Many biomedical engineering majors, must construct a 4 inch cube out of Bristol board (very thick paper). The tolerances on this cube are 0.03 inches. This makes the construction of the cube very difficult, and has resulted in the assignment being named the "Perfect Cube". This assignment is very helpful for the students. The students learn about tolerances and they gain confidence and model building skills. This idea can be applied to all engineering students to help them understand how to build a model. Because many students fail to build successful cubes the first time, this video will help them with this task.

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