Cottage Industries - Montana Style: 3D Printing as an Analogy for Life
August 31, 2022
Raven Hrysenko spends a lot of time in "3D Land," fixing printers, designing files, teaching 3D design and printing, and creating her own designs, some are trinkets, some inventions, and some parts that could restore an object to good use. Her goals are to show that 3D printing can be an alternative method to get what you need, to educate the public about how things can be made, and that there are different ways of thinking. A flexible T-Rex and dolphin, a tape dispenser, and an oil plug for a skid steer, all are possibilities in 3D Land.
Raven's connection with 3D printing began in college...
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