Sam Moser, a student of the collision repair program at Butler, sent me a video with Jay Leno explaining how antique car builders can now generate some of their parts with ease. For example, in the video, they made an adjustable wrench out of plastic. Not only did it look like a wrench, but it functioned too. Take a few minute to check this video out. I think that you will agree that this is an awesome tool.
If this is something that fascinates you, check out our pre-engineering/manufacturing classes at Butler. I’m not sure if they have this specific set-up, but they do have a machine that makes aluminum parts. They also have a composites class. Think about it, if you took some of those classes and our collision repair program, you’d be set to do some really cool things. Not your cup of tea? You may want to learn more about our auto tech program.