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  • 05-Nov-2013 02:34 EST

Designing Future Engineers

This video looks at the excitement through the whole design process of building an automobile. The design process seen here is the Cal State Fullerton Formula SAE race team. This team strives to make improvements in design each year that produce a more powerful, lighter, safer and faster race car. The design process of the CSUF Formula team and any design process in the auto industry improves as the knowledge base continues to grow. The whole design and testing process gives students a thrill as parts they produced come to life on the race track.

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