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Work Experience

Posted On 13 Sep 2018

Applying academic education into real world applications


  This week Helensvale State High School Year 10 Student Tyler Maple joined the GCI Group for work experience. Utilising the skills he learnt in his School Graphics class during the week long Work Experience placement at GCI Group.

 After some initial work placement training in SolidEdge (3D CAD Software) Tyler modeled this flat pack fire pit from client supplied sketches. Checking the fit in the virtual world before cutting the parts and assembling together in the real world.

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Nice Work Tyler!

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