Dr. Pamela Anglin, president of Paris Junior College, and Sulphur Springs Independent School District superintendent Michael Lamb look over a new 3-D printer that will be part of the instructional equipment in the new 3-D printing program to be offered at PJC-Sulphur Springs campus. It will be the first program of its kind in Texas. The program will be launched in the spring at the PJC-Sulphur Springs campus and will offer a stand-alone 3-D printing certificate upon completion.
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