Thermocopy has recently donated equipment to the National STEM Scouts Program—a CubePro Trio 3D Printer, iSense 3D Scanner, a wide selection of colored filament for the 3D Printer and a 40MHz Oscilloscope! Boy Scout administrators Neal Drown (Senior District Executive/STEM District/Great Smoky Mountain Council) and Paul Sharp (Assistant National Director of STEM Programs) visited Thermocopy to pick up the donated equipment from our President, Steve Sumner, and John Eric Jeffreys, our Parts Manager, and a long-time Boys Scouts volunteer! Thermocopy is proud to support our community and a great program that helps young people learn and reach their goals! STEM Scouts re-imagines creative ways to learn about science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Children from elementary to high school interact with professionals in weekly hands-on lab sessions and discover new things in a fast-paced, thought-provoking, and fun way!

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