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School Programs at Laguna Tools
Laguna Tools is committed to helping the next generation of woodworkers and machinists learn on the best machines possible. We understand that school budgets can be tough to navigate so we provide exclusive education discounts and plans to provide your students with their soon-to-be favorite machines.
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|Laguna Tools Educational Inquiries Contact Information:|
|Jerry Goodman National Educational Sales Manager|
|(800) 234-1976 ext. 6143|
|Phone:||Phone: (949) 527-6143|
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Schools Working With Laguna Tools
Deer Park High School
Jerry, I did get your message about connecting to follow up on our purchase. So far the router is performing flawlessly. We have used it extensively in classes and on various projects and have had some very good results to date. We have Vortex Tool about 5 miles from our school so they have been a valuable resource for us as we get up and running. Our one struggle has nothing to do with the machine, but we are trying to come up with a way to keep plywood stock from warping between purchase and machining. We have purchased various sheet stock and by the time we are looking to machine it, it has warped to the point that the vacuum table will not even suck it down effectively. Thanks for the continued help. Theran Peterson Technology and Engineering Education Wausau West High School (715)261-0850 x34332 firstname.lastname@example.org
Gilman High School
First, a little about Gilman: Gilman School, a kindergarten through twelfth grade independent school located in Baltimore City, is a diverse community dedicated to educating boys in mind, body, and spirit through particular emphasis upon academic excellence, athletic participation and aesthetic appreciation. Gilman seeks to produce men of character and integrity who have the skills and ability to make a positive contribution to the communities in which they live and work. For more information, visit http://www.gilman.edu/. The Lumen blog aims to be a fun, informative, visual, and interesting place to learn more about Gilman. We see it as a place to get in depth about the teaching and learning that happens here, as well as share stories about the people that make up the Gilman community.
Laguna Tools School Programs – CNC Product Video – Gilman School Design and Woodworking instructor A.J. Howard reports a “buzz of excitement” around a new high-tech piece of equipment in the shop — a computer numerical control (CNC) router. Middle and Upper School students will be able to use the new CNC router to create things like signs, robotics parts, inlay pieces, electric guitars, and more out of a wide range of materials. See how it works in this short video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AuN2HpI5xkk
Laguna Tools Schools Articles
1000 CNC School Competition – Laguna Tools Announces First Annual $1,000 CNC School Competition Showcasing Creativity in Today’s Woodworking Educational Programs.
Mckinley Middle School’s Woodworking Program – That simple fact is the foundation of Laguna Tools’ participation in the woodworking program headed by teacher Rand Hall at McKinley Middle School (MMS).
Laguna CNC School Competition - This is your chance to get $1,000 for your school, college or university. … academic program designed to conclude with the awarding of a diploma or a degree …
HIgh School Laguna CNC Galleries
Jenkins High School with Laguna CNC Smartshop II Jenkins High School shows off their Laguna Smartshop II CNC Router with a variety of projects the students have created. Mr. Kernan, as you can see, does a great job utilizing Aspire Software for various projects including guitar making and producing a scaled down replica of the Eiffel tower. – SmartShop II CNC 4×8 w/ Auto-Tool Changer-Aspire Software View Image Gallery Madison College and Laguna Tools Laguna Tools Loans Band Saw to Madison College View Image Gallery Reed-Custer High School-Industrial Technology Program Reed-Custer High School-Industrial Technology Program’s Student activities View Image Gallery