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Media Center’s New 3D Printing Products

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J. Irvolino

J. Irvolino

3D Printers

Moe Jawish and Justin Irvolino

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The Hawthorne High School Media Center has added six new 3D printing products this school year. Besides the two regular size printers, there are now 5 Monoprice Mini 3D Printers added to the media center work space. On October 18 there was a workshop including these five 3D printers. The workshop helped students understand how to print a design on the Tinkercad program.

The final product added to the work space is the 3Doodler Pen. The pen works by ejecting heated colored plastic that lets you design three-dimensional creations. The first workshop on how to use the 3Doodler Pen was held on October 12.

Get to the HHS Media Center right away to begin your designing and doodling. 

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