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EnvisionTEC Donates 3D Printed Toys to Charity

Fox 2 Detroit | Dec. 15, 2016 ~ EnvisionTEC, a global leader in 3D printing and materials based in Dearborn, is proud to have donated 200 3D printed toys to the Dearborn Police Toys for Tots program in cooperation with the U.S. Marine Corps.

The toys were printed on the EnvisionTEC Ultra 3SP, Vector 3SP and Perfactory 4 Standard 3D printers. The toys were printed in several materials: HTM140, ABS Tough, E-Glass and Qview.

EnvisionTEC donated 200 3D printed teddy bears and dinosaurs to the Toys for Tots program held by the Dearborn Police Department and U.S. Marine Corp. From left, Bill Bazzi of the U.S. Marine Corp. and Ford Motor Co., Sarah Webster, EnvisionTEC Global Marketing Director, Santa Claus, and Dearborn Police Chief Ronald Haddad.

EnvisionTEC donated 200 3D printed teddy bears and dinosaurs to the Toys for Tots program held by the Dearborn Police Department and U.S. Marine Corp. From left, Bill Bazzi of the U.S. Marine Corp. and Ford Motor Co., Sarah Webster, EnvisionTEC Global Marketing Director, Santa Claus, and Dearborn Police Chief Ronald Haddad.

Senior Rapid Prototyping Technician Matt Moser, who managed the 3D printing of the toys, made the donation, along with Sarah Webster, Global Marketing Director.

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