Tenn. students build STEM skills -- and model cars -- with 3D printers

Students at Antioch High School in Nashville, Tenn., are using 3D printers in design and build carbon-dioxide dragsters model cars. The cross-curricular projects allow students to use math, digital design, automotive and engineering skills while working collaboratively through the conceptual to model phases to create their cars for class. They've also used their skills to make new knobs for classroom air and heating units.

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