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I2P 3D printing training expands

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Library 3D training

I2P’s Jaclyn Strom leads a training session at the Morgan Library

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 is more accommodating and accessible, especially to non-students.

Idea2Product’s training sessions provide valuable resources for students in diverse majors and backgrounds. The training sessions, led by an Idea2Product staff member, informs students of the Lulzbot mini and Taz printers on campus, how to reserve space in the on-campus lab, and how to start the printing process.  Attendees are also provided with a variety of software options for finding, downloading, or

creating designs to print. Even if off-campus members don’t intend to use Idea2Product’s lab, the 3D printing professionals stress safety, equipment basics, and the printing process, in order for each trainee to find success in their 3D printed projects.

Training tour

Training includes a tour of the I2P lab

To learn more about the training sessions at the Morgan Library, or to sign up for a weekly session, visit the library website here