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3D Prints straps for Police protection Coronavirus

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According to Art and Design Teacher Mr. Justin Hart,” explained in an email to the WPD officers, who took shifts monitoring the printers, managing resets and print bed removals, and replenishing the supplies. There is simply no way I would have been able to accomplish this without his help. His knowledge of 3D modelling and his willingness to help in times of need is a credit to Loyola Academy and to the Wilmette community.
As mentioned by assistant Principal Mrs. Lauren Bonner, “Sam Walker from the WPD reached out to me to see if we had any 3D printers that weren’t being used in the building. They needed to make seventy mask straps and had the design file, just not the printers.”
His knowledge of 3D modelling and his willingness to help in times of need is a credit to Loyola Academy and to the Wilmette community.”

Loyola Academy Prints Straps For Police During Coronavirus Crisis

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