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Making the Maker movement accessible

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Students in UMBC's 3-D printing class collaborating on 3-D designs.

Credit: Erin Buehler, University of Maryland, Baltimore County


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metal wrench next to electronic outline of a wrench

Designers interact with the Easy Make Oven to 3-D print a custom wrench.

Credit: Patrick Carrington, University of Maryland, Baltimore County


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Custom stylus holder produced by GripFab for individuals with limited hand dexterity.

Credit: Samantha McDonald, University of Maryland, Baltimore County


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a 3-D model generated by VizTouch and a corresponding 3-D printed tactile graphic.

Example of a 3-D model automatically generated by VizTouch, and corresponding 3-D printed tactile graphic.

Credit: Amy Hurst, University of Maryland, Baltimore County


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Example of 3-D prints and models including key chains, statues and cookie cutters

Example of 3-D prints and models from the UMBC 3-D printing class: A) artifacts designed and fabricated by students including key chains, statues and cookie cutters; B) 3-D model of a basketball court made by a student with an intellectual disability; and C) set of 100 3-D printed rings produced for a client.

Credit: William Easley, University of Maryland, Baltimore County


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