NVBOTS brings 3D printing to Camp Lenox

AROUND-LENOX-015Camp Lenox, recently received a new 3D printer from NVBOTS. Having more than 400 children coming each summer, there’s a lot of creativity to be unleashed, and a 3D printer is the ultimate tool for letting the kids be creative and have fun.

Once they started to work on the 3D printer, everyone flocked around to see what was happening and had all sorts of ideas for what they wanted to print. Children learn faster with the exciting material and with their imagination.

The printer was set up and running, and the kids were very excited. NVBOTS library had a surprise for them. After printing a test cube, the kids were eager to know whether the cube was really hot. But the model cools instantly as it gets printed, and the kids collecting shovel, were able to pick up a plastic cube that looked just as they wanted it to look. The printer automatically started on the next job, and now the only thing the kids could do was to select what to print from the NVBOTS library.

Camp Lenox is a 97-year-old institution where children from 6 to 16 years can come and enjoy basketball, tennis, lacrosse, climbing, waterskies and hockey – all in a safe and inspiring environment.

Using the NVPro 3D printer, they will also be able to create all kinds of imaginable objects, and with a printer that runs continuously without any need for supervision, all 400 will have the chance to bring something fascinating back to their parents when the camp is over.