Interlock is a non-profit organization that provides space for its members and the local community to develop and share their interests in science, technology, art, and culture.

Congresswoman Louise Slaughter visits the Space.

Congresswoman Louis Slaughter visit to Interlock centered around the idea that a small group of people can make an impact and rediscover the future. I may be embellishing a little but I do think there was a sense that even if we did not always agree that the conversation is always worth having. The 3D printers were a big hit as they usually are and Skip was on hand to demonstrate a few of his “little” projects.

Here Skip shows how the 3D printed prosthetic hand works to the Congressman. The hands are being made for e-NABLE an organization networking volunteers using 3D printers to make and give hands to children.

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