For years, libraries, schools and summer camps have used 3D printers as a lure to teach kids about tech. Now, with such places shut down by the coronavirus pandemic, teachers, librarians and others are employing that hardware in the war against COVID-19.
David O’Neill has 10 such printers in his New Rochelle basement. “We’re cranking out these face shields,” said the fifth-grade math and science teacher at Anne Hutchinson School in Eastchester. The 3D printers come from a stock of about 60 owned by Discover Camp of Westchester , where he is assistant director. Even with the machines, it can take several hours to make each shield, O’Neill said. […]
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