Micah Erickson, an 8th grader at Lone Star Middle School in Nampa and G T.E.A.M. member, discusses their H.E.L.P (Homeless Emergency Life Pack) design for the judges at the 2016 FabSLAM Idaho Showcase at the Discovery Center of Idaho in Boise, Idaho, on Saturday, May 14, 2016. The FabSLAM Showcase was the conclusion of a 3D printing design and fabrication competition featuring teams from schools around Idaho conducted by the Idaho STEM Action Center. The G T.E.A.M. took both first place and the student award.
Micah Erickson, an 8th grader at Lone Star Middle School in Nampa and G T.E.A.M. member, discusses their H.E.L.P (Homeless Emergency Life Pack) design for the judges at the 2016 FabSLAM Idaho Showcase at the Discovery Center of Idaho in Boise, Idaho, on Saturday, May 14, 2016. The FabSLAM Showcase was the conclusion of a 3D printing design and fabrication competition featuring teams from schools around Idaho conducted by the Idaho STEM Action Center. The G T.E.A.M. took both first place and the student award. Provided by Otto Kitsinger for Idaho STEM Action Center Otto Kitsinger for Idaho STEM Action Center
Micah Erickson, an 8th grader at Lone Star Middle School in Nampa and G T.E.A.M. member, discusses their H.E.L.P (Homeless Emergency Life Pack) design for the judges at the 2016 FabSLAM Idaho Showcase at the Discovery Center of Idaho in Boise, Idaho, on Saturday, May 14, 2016. The FabSLAM Showcase was the conclusion of a 3D printing design and fabrication competition featuring teams from schools around Idaho conducted by the Idaho STEM Action Center. The G T.E.A.M. took both first place and the student award. Provided by Otto Kitsinger for Idaho STEM Action Center Otto Kitsinger for Idaho STEM Action Center

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May 14, 2016 6:08 PM

Treasure Valley teams sweep youth 3D printing competition

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