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Intern: Nicholas Ambrosius (2015)

Special Thanks:

Special thanks to all the founders and members at the Klick Foundation of Glenwood, MN. 

Your generosity and guidance means more to me than you know. This opportunity to learn hands on a practical engineering skill will provide me with a huge advantage when entering the workplace.

Abstract:

In 2015, I was an intern for the Klick Foundation of Glenwood, MN. I was given the opportunity to learn how to operate two different 3D printers and a 3D scanner, as well as various software to manage the printers. After grasping the basic concepts, I delved into the design of a useable medical device. The device created is designed to assist people who had lost fingers in driving a car. After several trials, the device was completed in about three weeks.