Richard Carranza is one of our teacher-chaperones to our old partner Makerspace in Riverside. While spending time there, he decided to take a few classes, including 3D printing.

He loved it so much, he purchased his own 3D printer to make it a hobby. These days, he is using that 3D printer to make hundreds of masks for healthcare workers.

 


“I feel so blessed…to work for a school that inspires our students and teachers to keep up with the demands of our technology in the world,” he said. “I love my job and can’t wait to be able to teach 3D printing to our students when all of this is over.”

Written By:
Ann Abajian
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