Tau Beta Pi - The Engineering Honor Society

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Tau Beta Pi - Alabama Alpha Chapter

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Auburn's Bent

 

Where?

Auburn University has two Bents on its campus. The new Bent is prominently displayed in the Carroll Commons, between the newest additions to the Shelby Center for Engineering Technology, and against the backdrop of the McCartney Terrace. Auburn´┐Żs original Bent is located on Magnolia Ave, in front of Ramsay Hall, which was constructed in 1925.

About the Bent

The new Bent is about 4 feet tall and 1.5 feet wide.  Our Bent was made outside of San Diego using the lost wax technique.  A Bent was sculpted out of wax, and the wax was placed vertically in a bed of sand.  Molten bronze was poured in to the sand, replacing the wax.  Supports were placed in the metal before it cooled.

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