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MMUST Receives a Technological Boost in a Modern 3D Printer and CNC Milling Machine


The 3-D printer is capable of moulding objects and producing their tangible replicas. The 3-D printer can for example mould out a human brain as a portable object rather than a printout figure on a flat sheet of paper. “A 3-D printer to Western Kenya comes as something to be proud of, as our students in MMUST will be able to practically learn about concepts that have previously been taught theoretically” said Dr. Mario Kollenberg. The 3-D printer is the second major acquisition by MMUST, following the installation of the first ever Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) machine in Eastern and Central Africa that was granted by the African Development Bank (AfDB).


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