This session is intended to introduce the mechanics behind the German American Manufacturing Exchange (GAME). GAME is a small project where multiple schools work together to produce various parts within a bigger project. The history, logistics and project components will be presented. This session will also serve as a forum for interested parties to create a similar project between various HTEC schools for a similar experience.

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    Matt Erbach
    Matt Erbach is the precision manufacturing teacher at Streamwood High School, one of the largest CNC/manual machining facilities in an Illinois High School. He also serves as an adjunct instructor for the Technology and Manufacturing Association -TMA's- Apprentice training program. He is a former winner of the Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Prize for teaching Excellence, and has also been a participant in the Transatlantic outreach program, and Transatlantic Apprenticeship Dialogue in Germany. He loves to create new projects for manufacturing classes and recently worked with a pair of high school seniors to design and manufacture a pair of billet aluminum clogs on Haas CNC machines.