Kids get creative with 3-D printers

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As a high school student, James Anderson built Pinewood Derby cars in woodworking class. Decades later, he’s teaching high school students to create similar structures, but instead of demonstrating hammers and nails, he directs students to press ‘print.’

Norton Gusky‘s insight:

Great examples of 3-D printer projects from schools in Nashville.

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