Beaufort Academy student Rahzel Lemott, 12, watches as a rocket he designed is printed out using a 3D printer Thursday during Camp Make and Take at Beaufort Academy. The camp, open to all Northern Beaufort County teens gives students the opportunity to explore and create using 3D design software. The camp will have three more one-week sessions this summer.
Beaufort Academy student Rahzel Lemott, 12, watches as a rocket he designed is printed out using a 3D printer Thursday during Camp Make and Take at Beaufort Academy. The camp, open to all Northern Beaufort County teens gives students the opportunity to explore and create using 3D design software. The camp will have three more one-week sessions this summer. Sarah Welliver
Beaufort Academy student Rahzel Lemott, 12, watches as a rocket he designed is printed out using a 3D printer Thursday during Camp Make and Take at Beaufort Academy. The camp, open to all Northern Beaufort County teens gives students the opportunity to explore and create using 3D design software. The camp will have three more one-week sessions this summer. Sarah Welliver

Camp exposes Beaufort County teens to 3-D technology (VIDEO)

May 17, 2013 7:28 PM

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