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Saturday, May 6 • 11:00am - 11:30am
Comparing 3D Printed Alphabet Blocks to Traditional Print Blocks-in Classroom Methods LIMITED

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Printing using alphabet blocks made out of wood or lead has been around for over 600 years, since Gutenberg and before. 3D printed alphabet blocks show promise in supplementing or replacing the decades old subtractive technology. This presentation shows how researchers and students at Ryerson University use scientific methods to measure and compare old subtractive and the new additive technology.

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Art Seto

Presenter, Ryerson University
Art Seto has been teaching in post-secondary environments for 16 years, in the areas of technology and management. His teaching and research activities involve 3D printing, letterpress printing, history of the book, bookbinding and book arts. He is involved in the local Makers lab... Read More →


Saturday May 6, 2017 11:00am - 11:30am
Meeting Room C