According to Create,” a community development nonprofit that invests in the arts, innovation, and creativity to improve the quality of life in Stevens Point. The organization runs an innovation center that supports creative arts, business, and community projects with work, meeting, and makerspaces, and other shared resources.
Create recently added a second 3D printer to the hockey arena center. With a few planned tweaks, this printer will be the only publicly available large-scale 3D printer in North America capable of printing directly from recycled plastics”.
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