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Bar Mirror Design Project
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This page from Fab Lab: Digital Fabrication Learning Community contains all the files necessary to create a bar mirror. A pdf document lists the materials needed and provides a short description of the project while a .cdr file and four .dwg files can be used with Corel Draw software and CAD software to create the item. These materials could be used in a lesson in an introductory engineering or manufacturing course.
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Electrochemical Encyclopedia
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