TRUMPF supports science education exhibit

April 19, 2007
April 19--TRUMPF Inc. will donate $100,000 to help build the Connecticut Science Center's Forces in Motion gallery.

April 19--TRUMPF Inc. has announced its support of a new exhibit at the Connecticut Science Center. Now under construction in Hartford and set to open in fall 2008, the Connecticut Science Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing science education.

TRUMPF will donate $100,000 to help build the Science Center's Forces in Motion gallery, where visitors will explore the physics of motion through a variety of interactive activities, including building a magnetic levitation vehicle to race against others and engineering a heli-flyer.

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