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Chris Jarmon

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Chris Jarmon makes some adjustments to his drone. Oxford high school senior Chris Jarmon won first place at a recent tech fair for his homemade drone, or quadcopter. He made the device with the use of a 3D printer.

Chris Jarmon didn’t buy his drone, like thousands of others have. He made it.

The Oxford High School senior’s remote-controlled quadcopter, made with parts printed from a 3D printer and purchased hardware, won first place at the Alabama Council for Technology in Education tech fair at Jacksonville State University in March.

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