Coon Rapids (MN) High School engineering students recently collaborated with the Aggressive Hydraulics team. The students, part of an engineering program, were tasked with creating a solution to improve the efficiency of welding custom hydraulics. They presented their prototypes to Aggressive Hydraulics, which is considering these innovations for practical application. The project highlights the hands-on experience and real-world problem-solving skills the students gained through this partnership.

“It was a great interaction, and we appreciate the students’ enthusiasm, interest, and desire to complete the project successfully,” said Tony Casassa, engineering manager at Aggressive Hydraulics. “I think it’s great that students are learning some of the fundamentals of engineering and the decision-making processes at a young age, and I hope it is useful for all of them in considering careers in the field.”

You can visit the original article on the Anoka-Hennepin School website for more details on their innovative solutions.

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