3-D Printing Projects
Our Stillman Hall Digital Union has recently made 3-D printing a permanent feature, and it’s free. The printers are open to students, faculty, and staff to make three-dimensional objects in PLA plastic. Several innovative submissions have been created highlighting projects that comprise originality, academic need, or are simply interesting and meaningful. This slideshow exhibits five printed models from the two 3-D printers offered in our DU.
Slideshow 3D Printing Projects
iPhone Case: Jacqeline Roman
Roll Cage for Nanocopter: Tyler Pedelose
Engine Air Particle Separator: Jake Shoemaker
Physics Instructional Model: William Putikka
Mountable Cone-shaped Planter: Danielle Popp
All submissions received by 9 a.m. Friday of each week are reviewed; those selected will be printed the following week. Submissions received after 9 a.m. will be reviewed the following Friday. Many projects have been printed, and there will be many more to come. Interested in bringing one of your designs to life? Submit a form online to begin your 3-D printing experience.