STEM Summer Camp participants learn about 3D design and printing Thursday
at North Platte Community College. The science, technology, engineering
and mathematics camp is open to high school juniors and seniors. It counts as a
one credit hour college course and is also transferable as a science elective
credit. Pictured left to right are: Sara Claymore, of North Platte, and Gracie
Hoyt and Ty Kvanvig, of Mullen.
Pictured left to right are: Seth Daup, of Gothenburg and Clayton Vahrenkamp, of Chadron. Among other things, the students about learned the fundamentals of computer-aided design, 3D prototyping and 3D printing while working with the college's new ProJet 650, CAD workstations and 3D scanning equipment.