3-D printer brings Marvel to life

Alvaro Alvarez, technology support and applications specialist at the Wilson Library, has been working on a new 3-D project, an Iron Man mask. It took two weeks to print out all the parts. Alvarez said once he finishes painting the mask, it will be displayed in the front of the library. / photo by Berenice Gonzalez
Alvaro Alvarez, technology support and applications specialist at the Wilson Library, has been working on a new 3-D project, an Iron Man mask. It took two weeks to print out all the parts. Alvarez said once he finishes painting the mask, it will be displayed in the front of the library. / photo by Berenice Gonzalez
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