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3D printing provides professional option for electronic prototype

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For his first 3D printed work-related project, Sky Bartels had to design a highly specific housing for an electronic circuit board prototype. After 5 attempts, he was confident enough in his creation to submit it to his client. “The nice thing with 3D printing is its capability to create a complete finished part from a 3D model, as well as… Read More »3D printing provides professional option for electronic prototype

Business students create a prototype using 3D printing

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CSU students Andy Piel and Ty Lebsock  found clarity after they discovered a way to use the I2P lab for their invention. The business students finally found a way to create a prototype for an innovative ice scraper they formulated together. The two students have been working on the product idea since 2012. “Since we are one out of the several groups… Read More »Business students create a prototype using 3D printing

One of the first 3D-printed buildings produced

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Holding an entire building in the palm of his hand, Craig Egan had finally done it – he created one of the first architectural 3D-printed replicas of a building. Using 3D printing to create architectural models is a new innovation. The I2P Lab was the first to complete the structure by successfully printing the Scott Bioengineering Building. The Scott Bioengineering… Read More »One of the first 3D-printed buildings produced