Tag Archives: Orthotic

How do engineers get creative and solve problems?


By thinking through previously developed solutions as well as examining the laws of nature, an engineer looks for ways in which present needs can be met. Whether designing a spacecraft, automobile, machine, or computer algorithm, the engineer reaches out into … Continue reading

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Quick Step – Part 1


Copyright 2012 Kenneth Richard Hardman A realistic experience-based fictional Short Story in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Cover photo by Jaren Wilkey, Used with permission from BYU Photo Preface In Quick Step, an engineering team is required to develop a … Continue reading

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Story Announcement – Foot Notes


From 2006 – 2008, as a part-time faculty member, I was assigned to coach several college engineering students in the development of a quick-turn orthotic (arch support) fabrication system sponsored by entrepreneurs. During the course of this development, the team … Continue reading

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