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Curtis Robinson Center Laser Cutter Used to Make Shields for First Responders

Curtis Robinson Center Laser Cutter Used to Make Shields for First Responders

Kudos to STEAM coordinator Zach Towne, who used our laser cutter and 3D printer from NEJA’s Curtis Robinson Center for Business Innovation to create shields for first responders and medical personnel.

These more durable shields supplement the disposable ones created by NEJA students last week.

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