High school engineering, woodworking, carpentry and construction students benefit from using Computer Aided Design (CAD) software and an industry standard programmable router table to create three dimensional projects. This software and equipment exposes students to the engineering design process, using a model that is considered state of the art. This $11,150 grant written by Dan Roden will affect approximately 160 woodworking students and 120 engineering students every year. These students will learn about computer programming, the creative process, spatial relationships, engineering design process, machine programming, set-up, and operation. In addition, this equipment will allow the students to produce signage for district classrooms … real-world experience for the students and cost-savings for our schools.