FAYETTEVILLE, NY (WSYR-TV) - Typically found on hi-tech college campuses, the Fayetteville Free Library recently purchased a MakerBot machine, which allows you to print in 3D.
Experts were at the library on Saturday to show the public how it works, from developing the designs to printing in 3D.
Starting in March, the public will be invited to take part in special 3D printing and training programs, allowing people to “Make and Create” in a public setting, while exercising your brain at the same time.
"I think the experience supports all of the skill areas of learning science, technology, engineering and math, but also art, graphic design, and architecture,” said the library’s Executive Director Sue Considine.
A second MakerBot machine was recently donated to the library.
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