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Bemidji High School industrial technology teacher David Gooch helps senior Serena Glass as she works on a design in the high school's Computer Aided Drafting class. Glass and other students in the class designed wheels for small race cars and printed them on a 3-D printer. One of the wheels is shown on the table in front of Gooch and Glass. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

BHS students learn to use 3-D printer

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Students at Bemidji High School are bringing their designs to life by printing them in 3-D.

They are printing their designs with a printer that builds 3-D plastic models layer by layer from the bottom up.

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