3D printing expands for NDSU architecture students
FARGO -- For students in North Dakota State University's architecture and landscape architecture program, if you can dream it, you can print it.
In a matter of minutes, students can design any object and have it printed before their eyes using one of the department's six 3D printers in Renaissance Hall.
Since December, the department has acquired six low-cost printers used by students for modeling projects and other entrepreneurial applications.
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