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View Resource Manufacturing & Engineering Technologies Education Clearinghouse (METEC)

The Manufacturing & Engineering Technologies Education Clearinghouse (METEC), run by the National Center for Manufacturing Education (NCME), is a searchable database of materials submitted by educators from around the world. Topics covered include classroom content and pedagogy. New materials are added continually, so be sure to check back often. Access to most materials requires a quick and...

View Resource Helpful ROV Curriculum Resources

Here, the Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Center provides a list of several curriculum resources related to underwater robotics and remote operated vehicles for underwater projects. In addition to providing supplementary information for creating ROVs such as the AngelFish, PufferFish, and TriggerFish, this page includes lists of other MATE ROV teams, books related to ROV construction,...

View Resource Silicon Crystal Pulling

This Quicktime animation shows the first step in the silicon wafer manufacturing process. Under 15 seconds in length, the animation shows the melting of polysilicon and the addition of minute amounts of electrically active elements to form the "seed" of the silicon crystal. The crystal is then extracted from the crystal-growing equipment. The next animation in this sequence about Silicon...

View Resource Silicon Ingot Wire Cutting Animation

This Quicktime animation is of a single wire slicing the silicon ingot into thin wafers. By using a thinner wire, and by cutting all wafers at that same time, this minimizes material loss. This animation is the third in a series showing silicon wafer production process after it has been ground to the correct diameter. The previous animation showing silicon ingot rod grinding can be seen here...

View Resource Silicon Ingot Edge Profiling Animation

This brief Quicktime animation shows the edges of silicon wafers being rounded and smoothed after the ingot have been sawed into slices. This animation is the fourth in a series showing silicon wafer production process. The previous animation showing silicon ingot wire cutting can be seen here. The next animation in this sequence about silicon wafer lapping can be seen here

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