3D Printing at Exeter-Milligan
by Phyllis Severson, Math Instructor/Tech Director
We have been fortunate to get 3D printers at Exeter-Milligan. The computer apps students have been working with Photoshop and the site online-convert.com to take 2D pictures, edit them and convert them to 3D printable art. Pictured are some examples of what have been created. From left to right: a snowflake designed in Photoshop, Timberwolf logo edited in Photoshop and an eclipse viewer from NASA which was edited to add Exeter-Milligan to it and then printed. We are excited to continue to explore and create with the 3D printers.