Ceramic 3D Printer Built And Programmed By RIT Students In Less Than 3 Hours via Geeky Gadgets

It is amazing what they — and you — can do in just a few hours. Sometimes it is the “starting” that makes all the difference. Try out new ideas, new thoughts, new technology and see what you can create today! — Douglas

Students at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) have built and programmed a new ceramics 3D printer in just three hours, enabling them to start 3D printing ceramic objects on the same day.

With the help of artist and ceramics professor Bryan Czibesz students have been able to build their very own ceramic 3D printer which can be seen in the image above and program it to start creating designs and generate new ideas.

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