Youngsters get to grips with state-of-the-art equipment

YOUNGSTERS at Clevedon Community School have been enjoying a new piece of hit-tech equipment.

YOUNGSTERS at Clevedon Community School have been enjoying a new piece of hit-tech equipment.

Students have been using a 3D printer, thanks to a donation from town firm Bits From Bytes.

Head of design and technology Dave White helped to develop the machine and it was given to the school in thanks.

The equipment will help with the students computer aided design and manufacturing courses, which are a key part of the curriculum.


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Students are involved in the process from start to finish, from building the machine to programming it to printing a prototype product.

It prints a plastic representation of what they have designed on computer programmes.

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