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Grant provides leading engineering software for SMAHS

September 10, 2012

Photo by Amy Cherry - Juniors Tim Mosebarger, front, and Shane Haberberger, back, work on the school's 3D printer donated last year by Innovated Solutions. This year the company secured a $744,000 grant for new Siemens Solid Edge engineering software for the school.

As part of an effort to prepare students for the workplace, Innovated Solutions of St. Marys has obtained a grant for the latest and greatest engineering software for St. Marys Area High School.
The grant is from software giant Siemens, which is providing 30 copies of Solid Edge, a three-dimensional CAD (computer-aided design) software utilized in the school's drafting and engineering classes. Innovated Solutions is a re-seller of Siemens PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) software.

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