Franklin robotics ‘print’ pancakes | Community News

Renee Miller helps her Franklin Junior-Senior High High School BEST Robotics students Caden Mincer, and Logan Knight prepare 3D-printed pancakes. Students have been learning about 3D printing technology as well as the different industries it affects, including the food industry. Randy Stachlerodt and Miller, BEST Robotics coaches, bought Pancake Bot 3D printers that allow students to make pancakes from imported or drawn images. On Wednesday, BEST Robotics students presented their designs to junior high students. Caden Mincer, an eighth-grade BEST Robotics student, said, “It is cool that you can take something like 3D printing and use it for something that creates food. It is a major evolution in the cooking and robotics industry.”

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