3D printer enhances NHS's technology program

NORWICH – About a year ago, the Technology Department at Norwich High School acquired a 3D Printer to be utilized by students for a variety of technology oriented tasks.

The technology program at Norwich High School employs some high tech equipment to augment the education of its students. One of the newest additions to this arsenal of educational tools is a Mojo 3D Printer.



The 3D Printer can take any three-dimensional drawing created by the department's “Inventor” 3D drawing software and make it a reality. By “printing” layer upon layer of a plastic material, the 3D printer can – over the course of many hours – build almost anything that the students can imagine and draw on the computer. The printer is limited to printing objects that do not exceed five inches cubed.


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