Breathalyzer Printed at the I2P

While the Idea-2-Product lab is generally a place for students to work with scanning and printing 3D objects, CSU professors sometimes use the lab as well.  Dr. Sam Bechara is one of these professors.  Bechara came to the Idea-2-Product lab in order to print objects needed for a demonstration for the Mechanical Industrialization advisory board. He is trying for a […]

I2P Staff Presents Stepper Motor Rendering at CURC

Idea2Product staff members, Will Van Noordt and Ray Huff, participated in the ‘Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity Showcase‘ (CURC). The CURC is held each April for students enrolled at CSU to showcase what they have learned from their scholarly research, scientific inquiry, and/or creative endeavors. The project presented by Van Noordt and Huff was created for their Engineering Design II […]

I2P 3D printing training expands

As classes resume and projects pile up, the Idea2Product 3D printing lab decided to make it easier than ever for students to attend 3D printing training on campus. Since training is not only open to CSU students, but the Fort Collins community, it has been moved from the lab in the Engineering building to the Morgan Library. The new location […]

3D printing culture is taking over Colorado: now what?

The rise in popularity of 3D printing is all thanks to patents expiring and intellectual property becoming available on the open market. Since some of this has begun to enter the public domain, 3D printing has become en vogue and more accessible: as evident by the 3D printers available in Galvanize, CSU’s Idea-2-Product Lab and open workspaces like Boulder Hackerspace. […]

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