Wichita Collegiate teacher John Bullinger along with one of his students watches as a computerized plasma cutter cuts out a pattern. Wichita Collegiate has installed a new innovation lab that includes 3-D printers, a CNC router machine and a plasma cutter for students to learn to operate and use for their creations. (Oct 21, 2016)
Wichita Collegiate teacher John Bullinger along with one of his students watches as a computerized plasma cutter cuts out a pattern. Wichita Collegiate has installed a new innovation lab that includes 3-D printers, a CNC router machine and a plasma cutter for students to learn to operate and use for their creations. (Oct 21, 2016) Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle
Wichita Collegiate teacher John Bullinger along with one of his students watches as a computerized plasma cutter cuts out a pattern. Wichita Collegiate has installed a new innovation lab that includes 3-D printers, a CNC router machine and a plasma cutter for students to learn to operate and use for their creations. (Oct 21, 2016) Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle

In Collegiate’s innovation lab, it’s OK to ‘mess up’

October 23, 2016 11:58 AM