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Michelle Cometa

The Ex One Co., a national manufacturing organization, recently donated a ProMetal RX-D 3-D printer to RIT’s Brinkman Lab. The printer is capable of producing metal parts and equipment. One of the first users of the new equipment might be Devin Hamilton, left, who has worked with lab manager John Bonzo to develop prototype equipment for new ergonomic wheelchair components. Demonstrations of the print process can be seen in the Brinkman Lab, located in the Kate Gleason College of Engineering, during the Imagine RIT: Innovation and Creativity Festival on May 7.

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