If only we’d have had one of these in Mr. Lauredson’s Industrial Arts class at EJHS

Bob Horton reports on the new 3D printer shop on Greenwich Avenue. I wrote about this last August, but now there’s a store on the Avenue where you can see a machine in action, which should be pretty cool, although the home versions being sold sound pretty much like the early computers I sold in 1976, when programs ran on cassette tapes. A couple of  years from now, however, …

Bob notes that a couple of printers have been donated to schools, one to GA, one to Central Middle, and concludes his report by saying, ” I hope to be able to write in a year or so about the cool things students at these schools have done with 3D printing.”

Unless 13-year-old boys have changed horribly for the worse, I know what they’ll be doing when the teacher’s back is turned: churning out 3-D printed guns. Cool.

Hey, kids, try this at home!

Hey, kids, try this at home!

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3 responses to “If only we’d have had one of these in Mr. Lauredson’s Industrial Arts class at EJHS

  1. Anonymous

    Nothing like the print shop at GCDS.

    Mr bliss was a super cool instructor.