The American Precision Museum teamed up with students at Windsor High School to enter a 3-D printing, architecture competition.
The team designed and printed the Windsor Post Office and the museum as well as researching the architectural history of both buildings. Everyone at the competition was very interested in the fact that our team printed a part of the building that no longer exists --the cotton mill addition at the museum torn down in the 1950s. The judges were impressed by the combination of our team's technical knowledge and understanding of history. Windsor took first place! Read more at 3D Vermont.