Cool Stuff at Dunwoody visits the Robotics lab for a demonstration of a Fanuc robot playing the piano.
Cool Stuff at Dunwoody visits the Robotics lab where Automated Systems and Robotics students Matthew Peterzen and Cory Evans demonstrate how Dunwoody’s Fanuc M410i robot can be used to stack boxes on a pallet. The routine you see was programmed by Peterzen, Daniel Gripne, and Bryan O’Neil.
Cool Stuff at Dunwoody tags along with students from the Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Systems Servicing and Heating/Air Conditioning Systems Design programs for a visit to Uponor, a company that makes products for radiant heating and cooling systems. In the video, Steve Swanson demonstrates how to add a coupling to the PEX-A tubing that Uponor manufactures.
Cool Stuff at Dunwoody visits the Radiologic Technology Lab for a demonstration of taking x-rays.
Cool Stuff at Dunwoody visits the Harper Center of Graphics Technology for a demonstration of the Mark Andy 2200H Flexographic Inline Narrow web press.
Cool Stuff at Dunwoody visits the Computer Networking Systems for a demonstration of data being written to a harddrive on a computer:
Cool Stuff at Dunwoody visits Steve Reinarts in Auto for a demonstration of how his Dunwoody Chrysler Automotive Program students can use a laptop connected by wireless to a scan tool in order to run diagnostics and test the automobile — in this case, a 2009 Dodge Challenger: