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I have opted for mechanical engineering this year, can anyone tell me what's the difference between mechatronic and mechanical engineering? the advantage of mechatronic over mechanical and the similarities between them.
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I have opted for mechanical engineering this year, can anyone tell me what's the difference between mechatronic and mechanical engineering? the advantage of mechatronic over mechanical and the similarities between them.
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This isn't going to help you much but mechatronic engineering sounds so cool (Sorry for the lack of useful information)
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No problem, i appreciate your opinion in mechatronic engineering
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I have opted for mechanical engineering this year, can anyone tell me what's the difference between mechatronic and mechanical engineering? the advantage of mechatronic over mechanical and the similarities between them.
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Mechatronics is a mixture of mechanical and electronic engineering mainly geared towards robotics applications.

There's not really an advantage to either one it just depends on your career goals.
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Mechatronics is a mixture of mechanical and electronic engineering mainly geared towards robotics applications.

There's not really an advantage to either one it just depends on your career goals.
i hate robotics, i would stick with my mechanical choice
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