Juggerbot Finds ‘Middle Ground’ for 3D Printers

Five years ago, Zac DiVencenzo was a student at Youngstown State University majoring in industrial systems engineering when his world took a major turn.

YSU was in the early stages of developing its additive manufacturing program and some of the new equipment was being stored in the industrial systems classroom in the basement of Moser Hall, since the university had not yet finished lab space for the machines.

“We had a chance to tear them apart and figure out ways to make them better,” DiVencenzo says. “We would plead with the security guard to let us work on them for an extra hour or so.”

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