Two students from the C4 precision machining class at Columbus North High School finished in the top half of participants at the 10th annual Indiana High School Machining Competition in Indianapolis.
Juniors Brandon Allen placed fifth and Cody Ross placed seventh out of 16 participants, according to their teacher, Dan Ross.
The Indiana chapter of the National Tool & Machining Association put on the event, which included students from eight high schools and career centers statewide convene at Indianapolis’ Ivy Tech Community College Glick Family Technology Center.
Competitors were tested on basic machining principles and creating devices on lathes, mills and other equipment, according to an Ivy Tech central office news release.
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