Students from the ABU School of Architecture participated in the social responsibility project organized by Zorlu Holding, and implemented by Zaxe 3D Printing Technologies from 8 to 10 December, 2016.
In line with this year’s concept of the social responsiblity project, organized biannually by Zorlu Holding, pictures of blind people were printed in 3D printers so that they lived and felt those moments again. 32 students, among whom 28 were from ABU, participated in the project, which enabled blind people to live unforgettable moments.
Printer as Gift to ABU from ZAXE
During the event, the General Manager of Zaxe 3D Printing Technologies Koray Kurhan and students from the ABU Art and Arch Society administration team had the chance to make acquaintance, and decided to keep in touch and collaborate in new projects in the future. Then, administrators of the Art and Arch Society invited Koray Kurhan to our university. Mr. Kurhan offered a 3D printer as a gift to ABU School of Architecture for the support and determination of our students.