Tartu School Buys 3D Printer ({{commentsTotal}})


The Tartu Tamme Secondary School has become the first known school in Estonia to own a in-house 3D printer.

The head of the school, Vallo Reiman, told ETV on Tuesday, at the printer's unveiling, that it will be used to take technology studies to a new level.

The machine, which prints three-dimensional solid objects from digital models, cost the school 3,500 euros.

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