CSU’s Idea-2-Product 3D Printing lab is one resource on campus that allows students from all majors to take their ideas to the next level. For one student, Saloni Purandare, the I2P Lab is where her ideas about biomimicry research are taking off. Saloni is a graduate student studying design and is working on her masters degree. During her time at… Read More »Biomimicry In the Idea-2-Product 3D Printing Lab
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The Idea-2-Product 3D Printing lab is the place CSU students can go to 3D print virtually anything they want. Some students use the lab for personal or class projects while others use it for research projects. Nathan Waanders (CBE/SBME undergrad) and Nelson Isaacson (MS&E grad) are using one of the lab’s bioprinters in their research. Bioprinting essentially means that material… Read More »Bioprinting for Bone Regeneration at the Idea-2-Product Lab
Here at the Idea-2-Product Lab, our main goal is to teach students about 3d printing and the impact it can have on their careers. We also help students design and print their own creations. While, many students have experience with the lab through classes offered at the university, we offer much more than that. According to lab staff member, Zach… Read More »Why is 3D printing important for students?
The Idea-2-Product 3D printing lab is an incredible resource for students and researchers at CSU. We have a hardworking staff that is ready to help when needed. That was the case a few weeks ago when Mitch Page walked into the lab in a hurry to get his lab equipment back on-line. Mitch is a Graduate Research Assistant in the… Read More »Quick Turnaround is a Benefit of 3D Printing to Researchers
The Idea2Product (I2P) 3D printing lab has been extremely busy working on some exciting projects. Our most recent one, is helping design and print an insurtech application system for a company called Drive EDR. Insurtech is used to describe advancements in technology that allow for increased savings and efficiency of the insurance industry. The I2P lab was able to print… Read More »3D Printing: The Future of Drive EDR
View a PDF version I2P 3D Printing Lab Newsletter April, 2017 We are Supported by Donations I2P 3D Scanned Foot for Custom Orthodic Jack Lesniewski, University of Iowa, needed an accurate model of Julian Rimm, Colorado State University Masters of Biomedical Science student, leg. Rimm, age 22, was diagnosed with Periosteal-osteosarcoma, bone… Chris Geanious Uses Idea2Product… Read More »I2P Newsletter – April, 2017
These are links to projects presentations for Spring Semester 2016 Advanced/Additive Manufacturing Engineering class projects. MECH 502 Term Project: Sunglasses. from Killian Clear on Vimeo. Thanks for watching!
CSU’s Source wrote a piece on the online 3D printing training classes that the I2P has set up with CSU. Read more about them here.
Transforming a clay model into a twelve foot tall snow sculpture is no small feat. As Loveland’s Snow Sculpture team prepared for the 26th International Snow Sculpture Championships in Breckenridge, Colorado, the four artists came to Idea2Product for an innovative 3D printed model of their clay statue. Steve Carmer’s original piece Photo by Zach Carrizales Idea-2-Product’s 3D Print Photo by… Read More »Snow sculptors use 3D printed model at International competition
Recently the Zach Elementary School Robotics Club stopped by to see and learn about the 3d printers in the idea2product lab.