Joshua Morrison/News Kenyon College, in conjunction with Columbia Elementary, hosted the MC2 Stem Mobile Fab Lab, from Cleveland on Thursday. Elementary students were able to view the 3-D printer, a laser cutting tool, various software and other fabrication tools in the mobile lab. Here, Brandon Prentice shows a recent computer-generated, machine-made wooden skull. The Fab Lab will be on display during tonight’s First Friday’s events behind the Wright Center and SPI on South Main Street.

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Kenyon College, in conjunction with Columbia Elementary, hosted the MC2 Stem Mobile Fab Lab, from Cleveland on Thursday. Elementary students were able to view the 3-D printer, a laser cutting tool, various software and other fabrication tools in the mobile lab. Here, Brandon Prentice shows a recent computer-generated, machine-made wooden skull. The Fab Lab will be on display during tonight’s First Friday’s events behind the Wright Center and SPI on South Main Street. Request this photo

 

 

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