STUDENTS LEARN DESIGN TECHNIQUES WITH NEW PRINTER -- Students in Mary Hazard's Tech Design class at Lyndon Town School have learned how to to program and design on the school's new 3D printer. Through a Donor's Choose request, Hazard was able to obtain the Thingaverse software and the MakerBot Replicator Mini-3D Printer for students to experiment with. Tucker Guilfoyle, shown above, said it was cool to watch his Gregorian Pride dragon slowly come to life. He watched it for an hour after school and when he arrived at school in the morning it was all done. "Tucker can help be an instructor next year since he knows the program and how to use the printer," said Hazard.
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