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Ross prints own comic book hero suit

Former student, Ross Wilkes, prints own Iron-man suit on a 3D printer
Ross at home with lifesize superhero model
Ross at home with lifesize superhero model
Ross Wilkes, from the Class of 2012, was enjoying fame recently when the Express & Star newspaper featured photographs and an article on his lifesize Ironman suit printed at home using a 3D printer.

Ross, who works for All Occasions florists, says the project took14 months from start to finish and the plastic alone cost a total of £400!

To read the full article please click here.

Well done Ross - we look forward to seeing the results of your next 3D printing project!

Have any other Alumni similar projects they wish to share with us?  If so we would love to hear from you.  Please email our Alumni Administrator, Lynne Bytheway, in the first instance.

​Windsor Alumni Team

 

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