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Let’s assume that you haven’t ever considered how to make a slide rule. We have a machine at the Museum that did make them. It worked for the Keuffel & […]
What are some techniques for mass production? This summer camp theme explores REPEATABILITY! And if you’ve never heard the word, it’s one we use here at the museum quite a […]
How do we use power to run a machine? This summer camp theme explores ENERGY! See part 2 for more. Project: Description: Related concepts and machines: Energy Transfer Dynamo, Motor, […]
APM is proud to present Sparkshop designed curricula for upper elementary: designed for remote learning, in-person learning, or a hybrid. This curriculum set includes the following lessons and is aligned […]
How do we make machines move the way we want them to?
This summer camp theme explores MOTION! See part one for Simple Machines and more.
The Machine of the Month for June 2021 is the Bentley engine, c. 1930.
In 2007, the American Precision Museum engaged the Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) in Washington DC to document the remains of the waterwheel pit and millworks at the 1846 Robbins […]
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