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Students win awards, demonstrate ingenuity using 3D printers to create unique game, clamp

Students win awards, demonstrate ingenuity using 3D printers to create unique game, clamp

Written by David

May 2, 2019

NWA3D representatives Drew Wallis and Carly Palmer (far left) presented Mountain Home Junior High School student Will Beckham and EAST instructor David Martin with checks for $1,000 on Monday. (Photo: Submitted photo) Representatives for a Fayetteville company that supplies 3D printers presented award checks to six Mountain Home students on Monday. Mountain Home Junior High School student Will Beckham received two $1,000 awards for his EAST project, which won NWA3D’s “3D Print It Up! Competition.” Later that same day, a team of five EAST students at the Mountain Home High School received a $1,000 Kickstarter Campaign award for winning the “Ready? Print… PLAY!” competition sponsored by NWA3D and Start-Up Junkies. The winning high school team was comprised of Will Lauerman, a senior; Oden Smith, Tyler Sosnowski and Trey McFarland, all juniors; and Davis “Jake” Grant, a sophomore. Both presentations were made by Drew Wallis, co-founder and director of education […]

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