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We overheard many oohs and ahhs during Construct3D, a recent 3D printing & digital fabrication conference held at Duke. Many of those sounds were as a result of this adorable poseable loggerhead sea turtle. Want a turtle of your very own? Download the files from Thingiverse:
Thanks to Michael Coronado, Lulzbot for sharing!
OIT’s “Bluesmith” will configure and print 3D projects for a fee. Read the full story on Duke Today: https://today.duke.edu/2017/04/leave-3d-printing-it-experts.
Students, faculty and staff can now learn how to use 3D printers at Duke by taking a short online course, 3D Printing at Duke. For full details, go here: https://online.duke.edu/learn-to-3d-print-with-a-new-online-course-for-duke-students-and-staff/
Learn more about the amazing work being done in medical physics using 3D printing: http://sites.duke.edu/dukeresearch/2016/03/23/the-future-of-3d-printing-in-medicine/
Virtual museum brings thousands of digital specimens to your desktop, in 3-D. Read the full article on Duke Today: http://today.duke.edu/2016/02/virtualfossils.
Miss yesterday’s Learn IT @ Lunch session “3D Printing & Digital Fabrication”?Watch the online recording. Note: You may be prompted to update your MS Silverlight Plug-in to be able to view the recording. Session Slides are available in PDF format.