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By Michele Smith
The Times 

Manufacturing the Future

Corey Suffield makes useful items on a 3D printer he built himself

 

February 8, 2018

Michele Smith

Corey Suffield, of Dayton, demonstrates the 3D printer that he built from a kit.

DAYTON-When Corey Suffield graduated from Dayton High School in 1998 he was looking for a career in video production.

Twenty years later, Suffield operates a successful computer repair business in an office inside Suffield's Furniture, his parents' furniture and appliance store on Dayton's Main Street.

While that is not surprising, considering that Suffield has been fascinated with "electronics, computers and motor control stuff" for as long as he can remember, it is pretty remarkable that he is making items for use in his office on a 3D printer that he built himself.

None of that is surpri...



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