American Precision Museum Event

Event Details

October 5, 2017 5:30pm - 7:00pm

196 Main St
Windsor, VT 05089


Open House with refreshments and three short presentations, plus ongoing demonstrations by student interns in our Working Machine Shop. The event is jointly sponsored by Hartford (VT) Area Chamber of Commerce. Learn how the museum's work with young people promotes pre-engineering skills, mechanical thinking, creativity and problem solving, and provides ways for them to become mentors and leaders. Dr. Gary Ackerman, Flexible Pathways Coordinator, Windsor High School, will explore his school's approach to Vermont's new law promoting high quality educational experiences in and out of the evolving 21st century classroom. Steve Dalessio, Lake Machine, Claremont NH, will give a short version of "From Paper to Part," exploring the evolution of the design process from two dimensional blueprints to 3D modeling and its impact on manufacturing.


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About American Precision Museum

Housed in the 1846 Robbins & Lawrence Armory, the museum is open daily 10-5 from late May to the end of October. American Society of Mechanical Engineers designated the museum an International Mechanical Engineering Heritage Site and Collection. Explore exhibits to learn how sixty years after the American Revolution transformed government, Americans changed the world again. In great factories and small shops, innovators and entrepreneurs figured out how to make complex objects in quantity by machine, rather than one at a time by hand. The weapons of war and the peaceful products of everyday life became plentiful. Explore our exhibits to meet the people who made it happen, and to experience the machinery they brought to life. Visit our Working Machine Shop where student interns demonstrate on historic machines and make connections with modern manufacturing. Learn more about special lectures and education programs at our website www.americanprecision.org.

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