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Grace Medical Donates 3D Printer to AHS STEM

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On May 10, Grace Medical, a global market for ENT and products to treat disorders of the ear, nose and throat donated a FormLabs 1+ 3D printer to Arlington High School’s STEM program.  This printer uses the creation program SolidWorks, the same program STEM students will be working towards for their program certification. A representative of Grace Medical, Cody Bateman, presented the printer to Arlington High’s STEM program.

The STEM program is guided by Teacher Casey Sandlin-Rogers.

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