Computer Aided Technology, Inc participated a 3rd consecutive year in the Boy Scouts of America STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Camp Week for the Greater St. Louis Area Council. The Boy Scouts of America created a new NOVA program which emphasizes STEM and gives Scouts an opportunity to explore these skills and be recognized for their achievements.
Judy Marlo and Mark Abshire from Computer Aided Technology, Inc were able to display the 3D Printing technology to campers at the Beaumont Scout Reservation. A Stratasys uPrint SE+ FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) 3D printer was set up to demonstrate the actual printing, while also displaying 3D printed parts and providing a custom made 3D printed puzzle to each scout.
Computer Aided Technology, Inc supports the cultural shift in making technology a core skill taught from childhood to prepare the next generation of problem-solvers and innovators to compete in our growing global economy.
Application Engineer, Additive Manufacturing
Computer Aided Technology