Students use of a diverse range of manufacturing technologies such as tools, machines, and/or systems to create a product using appropriate materials. Students produce outcomes that demonstrate the knowledge and skills associated with using systems, processes, and materials such as metals, plastics, wood, composites, ceramics and textiles.
Learning requirements: In this subject, students engage in the design and realisation process and are expected to:
research and discuss ethical, legal, economic, and/or sustainability issues related to technology, materials selected, processes used, and/or solution design
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