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Fun with technology

by Spencer Tirey | January 12, 2022 at 8:54 a.m.
Programming and Social Media Coordinator Ashdon Wilson holds 3D printed figurine from the movie My Neighbor Totoro, Friday, January 7, 2022 at the Pea Ridge Community Library in Pea Ridge. The Pea Ridge library bought a 3D printer with a STEAM grant last year and will roll out the printer for public use in February. Attendees will be able to bring in their own designs to print on the printer. The library also hopes to have design applications installed on the computers. Check out nwaonline.com/220108Daily/ for today's photo gallery. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Charlie Kaijo)

NWA Democrat-Gazette photograph by Charlie Kaijo

Programming and Social Media Coordinator Ashdon Wilson holds 3D-printed figurines from the movie My Neighbor Totoro on Friday at the Pea Ridge Community Library in Pea Ridge. The Pea Ridge library bought a 3D printer with a STEAM grant last year and will roll out the printer for public use in February. Attendees will be able to bring in their own designs to print on the printer. The library also hopes to have design applications installed on the computers.

NWA Democrat-Gazette photograph by Charlie Kaijo

Programming and Social Media Coordinator Ashdon Wilson waits for a 3D printer to create a cookie cutter Friday at the Pea Ridge Community Library in Pea Ridge. The Pea Ridge library bought a 3D printer with a STEAM grant last year and will roll out the printer for public use in February. Attendees will be able to bring in their own designs to print on the printer. The library also hopes to have design applications installed on the computers.

NWA Democrat-Gazette photograph by Charlie Kaijo

Programming and Social Media Coordinator Ashdon Wilson uses a 3D printing application called Qudi on Friday at the Pea Ridge Community Library in Pea Ridge. The Pea Ridge library bought a 3D printer with a STEAM grant last year and will roll out the printer for public use in February. Attendees will be able to bring in their own designs to print on the printer. The library also hopes to have design applications installed on the computers.

NWA Democrat-Gazette photograph by Charlie Kaijo

Programming and Social Media Coordinator Ashdon Wilson holds 3D printed figurine from the movie My Neighbor Totoro, Friday, January 7, 2022 at the Pea Ridge Community Library in Pea Ridge. The Pea Ridge library bought a 3D printer with a STEAM grant last year and will roll out the printer for public use in February. Attendees will be able to bring in their own designs to print on the printer. The library also hopes to have design applications installed on the computers.

  photo  Programming and Social Media Coordinator Ashdon Wilson waits for a 3D printer to create a cookie cutter, Friday, January 7, 2022 at the Pea Ridge Community Library in Pea Ridge. The Pea Ridge library bought a 3D printer with a STEAM grant last year and will roll out the printer for public use in February. Attendees will be able to bring in their own designs to print on the printer. The library also hopes to have design applications installed on the computers. Check out nwaonline.com/220108Daily/ for today's photo gallery. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Charlie Kaijo)
 
 
  photo  Programming and Social Media Coordinator Ashdon Wilson holds 3D printed figurine from the movie My Neighbor Totoro, Friday, January 7, 2022 at the Pea Ridge Community Library in Pea Ridge. The Pea Ridge library bought a 3D printer with a STEAM grant last year and will roll out the printer for public use in February. Attendees will be able to bring in their own designs to print on the printer. The library also hopes to have design applications installed on the computers. Check out nwaonline.com/220108Daily/ for today's photo gallery. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Charlie Kaijo)
 
 
  photo  Programming and Social Media Coordinator Ashdon Wilson uses a 3D printing application called Qudi, Friday, January 7, 2022 at the Pea Ridge Community Library in Pea Ridge. The Pea Ridge library bought a 3D printer with a STEAM grant last year and will roll out the printer for public use in February. Attendees will be able to bring in their own designs to print on the printer. The library also hopes to have design applications installed on the computers. Check out nwaonline.com/220108Daily/ for today's photo gallery. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Charlie Kaijo)
 
 

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