Ag Mechanics Desktop Electrical Wiring Station Setup

February 15, 2016

Ag Mechanics Desktop Electrical Wiring Station Setup

If you don't have a shop or you aren't ready to drag all your students out there just for a few days of electrical wiring then create these desktop wiring stations and keep your class in the classroom.  The short video below goes over a few detail how you can setup these stations for your chapter. 

 

As you can see you don't have to go to a whole lot of expense to construct these and you'll get a lot of use from this simple design. Click over to our Ag Mechanics lessons and teaching materials and see what's there that can help your students during class.Good luck with this and please let us know your thoughts.  Please follow us on FacebookPinterest, and Twitter. Send us your Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest handles and we'll be glad to follow as well. You can also contact me at brian@onelessthing.net

 

 

 




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