We’ve Submitted Our First Design! Grecia L.

The LynG Bath members are at it again! The break is over and it’s time to continue pushing through in order to meet the deadlines for our upcoming big assignment. We’ve met our first goal, which was turning in our our first draft of our 3-D model. The LynG Bath members would like to give a round of applause to our engineering member, Yuvia, as she taught us and led the way in creating our first 3-D model. It’s not easy being the only engineer in the group, but our member sure knows how to push through and teach us Biomedical students a thing or two about the engineering aspect of our design.

An image of Google Sketchup an unfamiliar program for the biomedical members.
An image of Google Sketchup an unfamiliar program for the biomedical members.

There are deadlines to meet and much to handle, but there is nothing we can’t face. We have managed to work well together and with the help of Ms. Miesners group evaluations we have been able to prioritize as a group and meet our expect ions as to how our time and class will be spent. We’re currently working on meeting our goals of improving our 3-D model, starting our second round of ordering, and creating our presentation for our final presentation. It’s been madness all around from multitasking and juggling between all the goals we’ve set up in order to be ready for our final.

 

We currently faced a challenge in the past week and that was when we received feedback over our 3-D model. We are thankful for having teachers such a Ms. Meisner and Mrs. Josephson because they’re honest and straight to the point when it comes to feed back. Both of our teachers explained to us the downfalls from our 3-D model in order to get our heads in the game and although it was alot to take in, because to us our ideas and design seemed fine, it was nice to see what other people think and receive questions that will prepare us for the day of the final because it is for sure that the panel could have similar question and it’s all about being prepared for the unknown.

Original photo by Grecia L. Showing team member Nelly getting a feel for Google Sketchup.
Original photo by Grecia L. Showing team member Nelly getting a feel for Google Sketchup.

Its just the start of this next phase and it is challenging, but be sure that the LynG Bath Team is prepared to tacke any challenge in their way.

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