Darcy Tessman from the Department of Human Development, Hospitality, and Food Science has been using cookie cutters created and printed in the Digital Humanities Lab to bake ECU branded cookies.
John Dougherty's Typography class, in collaboration with Dana Jordan (NASNTI), designed letter print blocks on Fusion 360 and printed these blocks using the 3D printer.
April Nesbit's Molecular Biology class, in collaboration with Dana Jordan (NASNTI), created molecular cookie cutters using a 3D printer and Fusion 360. The class also made cookies with the cookie cutters they designed!
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