Simulated Welding—Safer for Students and the Environment

The Department of Agricultural Education at the UA is purchasing a VRTEX® virtual reality system to teach welding in a more eco-friendly manner—lowering energy consumption and saving on expensive training materials. In addition to conserving resources, by allowing students to learn real-world skills in a virtual environment this system is expected help students get comfortable with the welding process before turning up the heat—a boon for classroom safety. Through its use in a variety of UA courses, this virtual welding system will provide training for graduate students and undergrads.

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Saguaro Hall Room 205 (Dept. of Agricultural Education)

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Green Fund

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Department of Agricultural Education

Project Theme: 
Science Engagement
Urban Environment
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