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Use this section of our website to tell us about Igutech field trips, team meetings, and just about anything you'd like to share. Feel free to criticize, to praise, to leave suggestions, jokes.... Check back often....

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Thanks!
The last meeting was awesome. Everything was good, even the graham crackers. Thanks for the web mail and awesome website.

From Sydney

Hi

Here's Tilman i really liked last meeting because we did some good team work and we built a line follower and 2 other robots.

Igu-chat

i think we should all email each other an iguchat time and have giant chat's at home that would be awesome. after the picnic today we should blog about that


PEAce

im excited about the competion

i am so excited about the  competition i can't  wait till the next meeting

The Latest Meeting

i thought last meeting was awesome. i liked henrik's chili. i think Mrs. neth should pull a prank on us then prank her bck. anyways i think we should ALL go on igu chat at a certain time and have an online meeting. also next meeting we could start working on the presentation and start the programs or we'll NEVER GET DONE.


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B.Braun Visit

[HG 4-21-10] On April 16logo_BBraun, 2010 we visited B.Braun Medical in Allentown, PA to learn about medical device manufacturing. TeamMeeting_100416-03aWe started out with a video about the company history, while we were treated to snacks and sodas. Then, engineers from R&D, Design and Production explained B.Braun's products. They introduces us to he fascinating world of infusion systems and drug delivery. Highlights were hands-on demonstrations of needle free IV valves (with fake blood!) and the illustration of 3D computer-aided design process.  Then, everyone had their turn to play with an industrial robot in one of B. Braun's R&D Labs. Their robot was clearly bigger and much 'fancier' then our LEGO robots, but the engineers explained that it used pretty much the same building blocks: motors with rotation sensors, various otther ensors, step-by-step programs, .... Another highlight was the window tour through production were we could see hundreds of large industrial robots making millions of little plastic pieces each day. Thanks so much again to our host Mr. Selk and his team of experts who stayed late on a Friday to give us a first-class tour and patiently answered our lots and lots of questions. We were very impressed and we would certainly like to come back one day.

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