Nine-year-old students have fun creating robots from plastic parts


Several months back, Saint-Gobain Seals' Rioja site in Spain became a little more lively due to a group of special visitors -- students from the Escolapias school in Logroño. The site regularly conducts visits for various groups, familiarizing them with the manufacturing industry and in particular, the injection molded precision parts that are produced there.

This time, the recipients were 50 students, aged nine, from fourth grade, who were given a tour of the facility and took home some of the plastic parts, including seals, sprues, runners, and other components, as souvenirs. When they returned to school, the students were inspired to use their "souvenir" plastic parts and build their own robots.
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