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Students exhibit ‘Solid’ grasp of design skills

The Engineering and Industrial Design Department held its annual SolidWorks Pumpkin Carving Contest on Thursday, choosing the top three winners in each of two first-year Technical Drawing I and Detailing I classes.

The winners:

Houtz, third place, Section 01
Houtz, third place, Section 01
Thomma, second place, Section 01
Thomma, second place, Section 01
Morgan, first place, Section 01
Morgan, first place, Section 01

CCD103-104 (Section 01)
Instructor: Katherine A. Walker, assistant professor
First place: Caleb J. Morgan, Shirleysburg, engineering design technology
Second place: Justin J. Thomma, Bethlehem, industrial design
Third place: Ethan M. Houtz, Trevorton, engineering design technology

A Halloween tradition since 2014, the competition challenges students to create virtual jack o’lanterns using the SolidWorks 3D computer-aided drafting and design application.

Allen, third place, Section 02
Allen, third place, Section 02
Fristick, second place, Section 02
Fristick, second place, Section 02
Markle, first place, Section 02
Markle, first place, Section 02

CCD103-104 (Section 02)
Instructor: Craig A. Miller, assistant professor
First place: Richard T. Markle, Spring Mills, engineering design technology
Second place: Mason A. Fristick, Albrightsville, engineering CAD technology
Third place: Dan J. Allen, Blandon, industrial design

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