Homewood Public Library's 3D printer works at makinga toy dragon. (Photo by Marilyn Thomas/HF Chronicle)
Drop the idea that a printer only prints. A 3D printer creates.
The TAZ 4, the latest piece of equipment in the Digital Media Lab at the Homewood Public Library, shows how revolutionary changes in computer technology are altering our world.
Tori Alt, the library’s emerging technologies assistant, said the printer uses code instruction from the computer, but rather than the traditional ink on paper this printer uses an additive process . . .
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