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DCG class win 3D printer for the college

Lucan Community College is delighted with the award of its first ever 3D printer from DDLETB as a result of the excellent standard of entries in a 3D design competition run recently.
Mr Carey accompanied 5th year DCG students Conall Tuohy, Rico Leung, Cathal Greene and Jake Coleman to the Rua Red Arts centre to the Celebrating Creativity competition ceremony where the finalist designs were displayed. Pictured here with CEO of DDLETB Paddy Lavelle the students were thrilled to be awarded a 3D printer for the college. Debbie Howlett (Head of IT) and Samantha Conroy (TEL support) with DDLETB organised the event with a group of enthusiastic students from some of our sister colleges.


Rico Leung’s design of an ancient weapon in the form of a spinning blade

PhotoView (CHAKRAM)



Jake Coleman had an intricate design for a sun dial with DDLETB logo centre stage

Final Render


Conall Tuohy designed a bridge based on the DDLETB logo

Conall Tuohy - DDLETB Bridge


Cathal Green’s design of a water wheel
Final Render (1)