Learn to 3D Print at Duke with a Online Mini-Course

Duke is now offering a free online mini-course to Duke students, faculty and staff to teach the basics of 3D printing. The course is taught by OIT’s own Chip Bobbert, IT analyst and digital media and emerging technologies engineer. Chip brings his years of experience with 3D printing to teach basic 3D printing technology, use, troubleshooting and maintenance. At the end of the course, users have the opportunity to take a short quiz and receive a certificate that grants access to the printers. Classes start May 16th, 2016 and will be available on an ongoing basis. Register for the mini-course here: Learn to 3D Print at Duke Mini-Course

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New Innovation Co-Lab location now open!

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The Innovation Co-Lab Studio now has a permanent home for 3D printing in the new Technology Engagement Center, located on the first floor of the Telecom Building on Duke’s West Campus. Make sure to stop by for the grand opening on Wednesday, October 5th at 4pm. On display will be examples of 3D prints created by students and staff, and live demonstrations of 3D printing will be ongoing. Map