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CLC hosts engineering and manufacturing camp

Students guided bots through an obstacle course Friday during Central Lakes College's SEaM or Summer Engineering and Manufacturing Camp in Staples. Nearly two dozen middle and high schoolers spent the week getting hands-on training in electronics...

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Logan Wallin guides his bot through an obstacle course Friday during Central Lakes College's SEaM (Summer Engineering and Manufacturing) Camp in Staples. Nearly two dozen middle and high schoolers spent the week getting hands-on training in electronics, motor, computer aided drafting, manufacturing machining and robotics. On Friday, they used their bots to compete in an obstacle course, bot hockey/soccer, and then the demolition derby. (Submitted Photo)

Students guided bots through an obstacle course Friday during Central Lakes College's SEaM or Summer Engineering and Manufacturing Camp in Staples.

Nearly two dozen middle and high schoolers spent the week getting hands-on training in electronics, motor, computer-aided drafting, manufacturing machining and robotics. Friday, they used their bots to compete in an obstacle course, bot hockey/soccer, and then the demolition derby.

Natalie Zenk manueveres her bot during robot soccer during Central Lakes College's SEaM Camp on Friday. (Submitted photo)
Natalie Zenk manueveres her bot during robot soccer during Central Lakes College's SEaM Camp on Friday. (Submitted photo)

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