Melanie Florencio, a librarian and computer lab instructor at the St. Helena Branch of the Beaufort County Library, demonstrates how the 3-D scanner works on Jan. 2 in the computer lab at the St. Helena Library.  The 3-D scanner allows the user to scan an object into the computer so that it can be printed using the new 3-D printer and both are part of the new CreationStation which officially opens to the public on Jan. 10.
Melanie Florencio, a librarian and computer lab instructor at the St. Helena Branch of the Beaufort County Library, demonstrates how the 3-D scanner works on Jan. 2 in the computer lab at the St. Helena Library. The 3-D scanner allows the user to scan an object into the computer so that it can be printed using the new 3-D printer and both are part of the new CreationStation which officially opens to the public on Jan. 10. Staff photo
Melanie Florencio, a librarian and computer lab instructor at the St. Helena Branch of the Beaufort County Library, demonstrates how the 3-D scanner works on Jan. 2 in the computer lab at the St. Helena Library. The 3-D scanner allows the user to scan an object into the computer so that it can be printed using the new 3-D printer and both are part of the new CreationStation which officially opens to the public on Jan. 10. Staff photo

3-D, robotics technology comes to Beaufort County library

January 05, 2014 07:32 PM

UPDATED January 05, 2014 08:54 PM

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