CiTi Staff Build 3D Printers

MEXICO – Center for Instruction, Technology and Innovation staff members recently attended a three-day Genesee Valley Educational Partnership workshop in Batavia, where they learned how to assemble 3D printers.

Pictured, from left are: CiTi Executive Director of Technology and Data Tracy Fleming, Itinerant Computer Ed Specialist Dan Rupert, Digital Media Technology Instructor Jon Miller, Alternative Education teacher KC Jones and ITS: Model Schools Coordinator Peri Nelson-Sukert.
Pictured, from left are: CiTi Executive Director of Technology and Data Tracy Fleming, Itinerant Computer Ed Specialist Dan Rupert, Digital Media Technology Instructor Jon Miller, Alternative Education teacher KC Jones and ITS: Model Schools Coordinator Peri Nelson-Sukert.

Participants can now troubleshoot the printers if they are not working correctly.

Knowledge from the workshop will be shared with CiTi students, so they can print end-products for items they design and create for projects, or small models for larger items they design.

Students in Jon Miller’s Digital Media Technology classroom currently have access to 3D printing, as there is one machine there.