The North Bingham Library in Idaho recently purchased our Altair 3D Printer. CEO Mark Jaster delivered it to the library and gave a demonstration of how to use it.
The library has been very happy with their printer stating:
“This Altair printer is out of this world! We were fortunate to have[Mark Jaster] come and converse with us on all levels about 3D printing. Our librarians are stoked for this high end printer that does it’s job quietly! Thanks Printspace!”
Library officials believe it’s their job to provide resources for learning in the community — even if that knowledge doesn’t come from books.
“Having these printers is another form of knowledge that our community and our patrons can use,” said Kaylene Christensen, assistant director at the library located in Shelley, a city south of Idaho Falls.
Many people can’t afford the equipment, which runs anywhere from hundreds to thousands of dollars, and yet the printers can be a great resource for making school projects or testing engineering designs. That’s why library officials want to give the community more access to them.
Read the full story here from the Idaho State Journal.
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