TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Students at Indiana State University are exploring technology; with pancakes!?
The Business Engagement Center and Sycamore Innovation Lab showed off 3D printing techniques on Tuesday.
They made pancakes with the pancake bot! They also made plastic key chains.
You can make designs on a computer and import them to machines. Then, they go to work.
The goal is to let students see new technology in action!
“We want students on campus to be able to come down and see technology in general,” said Emma Auterso with the Business Engagement Center. “We have 3D printers, we have drones, we have the pancake bot, and we’re getting a glowforge, which is like a laser cutter.
The Business Engagement Center allows students to work with local companies, and campus classes.
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