3-D Printing: A Valuable Skill And Therapeutic Tool For White River Junction Veterans

The White River Junction Veterans Affairs Medical Center has a new tool for therapy and veteran job training: 3-D printers.

When you walk into the recreational therapy room on the VA campus in White River it smells faintly like melting plastic; About 10 people chatter around the room, hovering over computers.

Mike Horn is one of them. He drove the hour and a half to White River Junction from his home in Greensboro to join this week long 3-D printing workshop.


Katie Easton