San Antonio boy wins 3D Printing competition for designing

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Seeing young people achieving great things in technology and engineering is always impressive. It’s impressive that a 12-year-old created a winning design in a national competition focused on 3D printing.

The Army Educational Outreach Program and Future Engineers put on the competition every year to encourage kids to continue developing their design skills by creating a military veteran pin.

Students from across the country in grades four through 12 put their creativity and engineering skills to the test, designing a 3D pin that gives thanks to U.S. military veterans. It was the second year of the competition.

12-year-old San Antonio boy wins National 3D printing competition

What other ways do you think we can develop their design and engineering skills and use technology to impact society positively?

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