Posted on MonAmerica/Los_Angeles2015-01-26T21:06:18+00:00 14, 2014 Updated on TueAmerica/Los_Angeles2018-05-29T13:03:11+00:00 14, 2014
White House First 3D Printed Ornament Contest
According to the White House announcement,” Contestants made an Ornament for White House using 3D printers in November 2014.
Contestants were asked to create an ornament that reflects “the theme of the magic and wonder of the holidays and the winter season for the contest rules please go to website”.
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