Special Thanks from G3 Robotics!
We appreciate all of supporters. This includes corporate sponsors, mentors, family and friends and all the "behind the scenes" people and companies that help our team. Whether they donate supplies, meals, or help volunteer and/or organize, these individuals and companies are important to the everyday running of our team.
Many community businesses local to our team have been more than generous in their support of our organization.
Leonardo DaVinci Platinum Sponsor
Perhaps the biggest visionary of all time, Leonardo foresaw everything from the helicopter to the tank to the submarine. Modern engineers have proven that many of his designs, including bridges, hang-gliders, transmissions, parachutes, and more would have worked had they been built. There have been few individuals in the history of engineering who have designed so many revolutionary devices that actually worked. For having this remarkable vision and intelligence, Leonardo qualifies as the most remarkable engineer of all time.
Our Leonardo DaVinci Platinum Sponsors:
Thomas Edison Gold Sponsor
Edison is the most prolific inventor in history, holding a record 1,097 patents. He developed the phonograph, incandescent light bulb, stock ticker, motion picture camera and projector, and hundreds more. He also created the first electrical plant and distribution infrastructure. Without these inventions, modern life is almost inconceivable.
Our Thomas Edison Gold Sponsors:
Henry Ford Silver Sponsor
Henry Ford realized that he would a more efficient way to mass produce cars in order to lower the price. He looked at other industries and found four principles that would further their goal: interchangeable parts, continuous flow, division of labor, and reducing wasted effort. Ford put these principles into play gradually over five years, fine-tuning and testing as he went along. In 1913, they came together in the first moving assembly line ever used for large-scale manufacturing. Ford produced cars at a record-breaking rate forever changing the automobile industry.
Our Henry Ford Silver Sponsors:
Bonnie Dunbar Bronze Sponsor
Dr. Bonnie J. Dunbar, who earned a master's degree in ceramic engineering from the University of Washington, worked at Rockwell International in the late 1970's as a senior research engineer, helping to develop the ceramic tiles that enable the space shuttle to survive re-entry. In 1985, she had an opportunity to test those tiles first hand, as an astronaut aboard the shuttle.
Our Dr. Bonnie J. Dunbar Sponsors:
Dr. Jeffrey Porter and Associates
Special Thanks to Set Above Copies for printing our very large Engineering Notebook: