Leslie Perry participated in a panel discussion moderated by Jenny Lawton, CEO of Makerbot. Continue Reading →
Whitby 3D Printing Teacher Brings Lessons to Makerbot in Greenwich
At Whitby School three 3D printers are almost constantly running. On Wednesday night Whitby 3D teacher Leslie Perry convened a group of teachers at Makerbot on Greenwich Ave to share ideas and tricks. Continue Reading →
Filed under: Business, Schools, 3D Printing, MakerBot, Whitby School
GFP Top Stories, July 6-12, 2014: Synagogue Lawsuit, Fireworks and Second Chances
It was a week of fireworks in Greenwich, beginning with a night of pyrotechnics at Binney Park and Greenwich Point, and ending in lawsuit filed in federal court by Greenwich Reform Synangogue against the Town. Continue Reading →
Filed under: Around Town, Business, Giving, Sports, Volunteering, ARC, Ben Albano, Byram Volunteer Fire Dept.
Kids Print Up Summer Fun at Makerbot
For a unique camp experience, look no further than the Makerbot store on Greenwich Avenue! The camp’s 3-D printing technology offers a rare alternative to typical summer activities, challenging children to combine creative skills with problem solving and planning. Continue Reading →
Filed under: Around Town, Parenting, 3-D printing, camp, Greenwich, MakerBot, summer
MakerBot: What is This Place? What Do You Do? What Are You?
MakerBot manager of retail Adam Lederfarb said, “We sell 3D printers right here and there are affordable desktop models.” Lederfarb said once people realize the prices are in the range of a laptop computer, the possibility of owning one becomes real. Then the fun begins. Continue Reading →