Stem Action Center gives 3D printers to 15 Idaho schools to attend FabSLAM
|April 13, 2016||View for printing|
The Stem Action Center gave priority to rural schools and to schools willing to send more than one teacher, Stem Action Center Spokeswoman Angela Hemingway said.
The Stem Action Center also gave the teachers a 3D printer to use at their schools and to organize student teams to participate in FabSLAM http://www.digitalharbor.org/fabslam/ in May. FabSLAM is a digital fabrication competition where students practice 3D prototyping skills. The event is hosted by the Digital Harbor Foundation, a Baltimore, Md. nonprofit.
By: Benton Alexander Smith
Are there any Montana schools that have received 3-D printers and the invite to attend FabSlam?
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