3D Printing and You

By: August Dice ~Staff Writer~ Xavier University, in order to jump ahead of the curve, is home to a bunch of third dimensional additive manufacturing machines (3D printers). As students, very few of us engage in the process, despite the easy-access that the university provides. 3D printing was not the breakthrough discovery that some had hoped it would be. Instead of reaching such technological heights as lab-grown meat or Vedolizumab (the forerunning drug in the fight to cure AIDs), 3D printing has fallen to the level of drones and virtual reality: they are all quite fun, but they’re not what … Continue reading 3D Printing and You