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WATCH: 3D Printing Anemometers

By Staff Writter

WATCH: 3D Printing Anemometers

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We had the pleasure of visiting our Spotlight School students at Liberty Elementary School in Chantilly, Virginia while they were in the midst of studying the weather. Scroll down to see our students designing anemometers - and to watch the anemometers spin!

An anemometer is a weather instrument used to measure wind speed.

The 3D Printing in School team encourages our teachers to explore the many ways they can integrate 3D printing into their traditional curriculum -to enhance STEM and STEAM lessons, and make something awesome!

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