What do the following words have in common?
These are all things you can be an engineer in. And that is in no way a complete list. I’m not even touching the sub-specialties in each field.
You probably don’t think about the work that goes into everyday things, but take a moment to appreciate strong bridges, clean water systems, fast air travel, and centralized electrical grids. Someone designed those. Someone specified the materials needed, planned the construction, and checked the safety parameters.
The last week in February is designated National Engineers Week. So many fields have—or work with—engineers, chances are good that you know one or more. The next time you see them, let them know their work is appreciated. Maybe with, say, an engineering mug!
This perfectly describes every engineer I’ve met, regardless of field.
2. Idle Hands
“We’ll make it better!” is the fight song of the engineer.
3. No Limits
You know those safety warnings that seem really obvious? Yeah… They’re for these people.
4. More Math. Then Even More Math.
You definitely need a passion for the field to carry you through some of the classes. We have these mugs for lots of different engineering field.
Every field has its own vocabulary and code. This mug will help you speak knowledgeably.
This is a very short list of the different engineering mugs we stock. Need to buy for a whole team? U.S. orders of two or more mugs get free shipping! Okay, it’s not a skyscraper or an ocean liner, but it’s still pretty neat!