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Two BYU Students in the Final Round of the 2021 ASME/SME Student Manufacturing Design Competition.

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Andrew Eyring and JT Frandsen have been selected for two of the top eight spots in the 2021 ASME/SME Student Manufacturing Design Competition.

Both Andrew and JT will be presenting there projects at the upcoming NAMRC (North American Manufacturing Research Conference) conference on June 22, where judges will select the top three winners for the nation.

JT Frandsen: UR Cobot Digital Twins to Assist SMEs with Robot Integration

Andrew Eyring: Analysis of a Closed-Loop Digital Twin

Only BYU had two students selected for the top eight spots, with students from other schools such as University of Tennessee, University of Southern California, University of Texas Dallas, University of Florida and others having a student selected.