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Dec. 6, 2018
Students at Southeast Tech will bring a high-tech element to handmade work as they sell items at Saturday’s 605 Made Holiday Market.
There are 20 students in the rapid-prototyping class.
“The students are working feverishly to create inventory,” professor Johnnie Schroeder said.
“We will have a little more variety this year because there are not only 3-D printed products, we have products made on our CNC routers and our laser.”
Students from Southeast Tech have sold 3-D printed items before and used some of the money earned at previous 605 Made events to buy a laser.
They will be bringing it as well as a 3-D printer and offering personalized holiday ornaments in addition to their other creations.
The students also will be selling raffle tickets as they save up for another 3-D printer.
The 605 Made Holiday Market runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the underground parking garage at Cherapa Place.
Students at Southeast Tech will bring a high-tech element to handmade work as they sell items at this Saturday’s 605 Made Holiday Market.