New 3D Printers


Janeal Tyler, Computer Science Teacher

Exciting News! Our new 3D printers have just arrived!  Students in the Computer Science Foundations 2 (CSF2) class have been learning how to design 3D images on the computer with the intent to print them, however, or printers were on back order.  Those printers have finally found their way to Mitchell High School.  We are still waiting for the filament (the plastic the printer prints with) and a few other parts, but we are one step closer to our goal.  In the unit “Computing Systems CAD/CAM” students are designing Mitchell key chains as a final project.  Once all the parts for the 3D printers come in we will be printing each of their designs.  Stay tuned for more updates and to see what designs students come up with!


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