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SEaM Camp

Brady Dunham (right), 14, of Palisade and his cousin, Dylan Smith, 15, of LaPorte constructed a winning robot at the sixth annual Central Lakes College Summer Engineering and Manufacturing Camp. SEaM Camp is a week of entertaining education for grades 7-12, emphasizing hands-on work with electronics, motor controllers, mechanical drafting, manufacturing machining, and robotics automated systems. Held on the Staples campus of CLC, the camp concludes with Battlebot competition, robot hockey, and an obstacle course. The top three teams receive awards. Brady and Dylan excelled in all areas with their design of a well-balanced, maneuverable, and durable robot. Judges were impressed. Thirty-six youths participated in this year’s camp.

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