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Students learn, print designs at Maker Space Camp

 

John Verser

Ethan Bemis shows off his second design last Thursday during the Maker Space Camp held at the Kimball Public Library. Students learned how to design objects on the computer to be printed out on the library's new 3D printer during the first-ever camp.

It did not take students long to learn design skills and more at last week's Maker Space Camp at the Kimball Public Library.

Students learned design work and more at the camp, and their designs were printed out on the library's new 3D printer.

"I think it went pretty well," said Jamie Carpenter, cataloging and technical services librarian and camp director. "I wasn't prepared for how quickly they would move through everything. Overall, they did a great job designing and using TinkerCad, and then working with me to play other games - programming and coding games. They really made some neat...



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