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Reshaping Research Capabilities on Campus

Students and employees looking for new ways to approach research or other projects can use a variety of unique resources like 3D printers at the Innovation Studio. Read more in this DukeToday article.

What’s going on with 3D Printing at Duke?

Check out this devilTech episode produced by OIT Media Technologies to learn about what’s happening around 3D Printing at Duke.

Interested in learning more about 3D printing? Register for our free seminar “3D Printing: Design to Build Workflow” on November 6.

Learn 3D Printing through DukeMakers & lynda

Interested in Learning about 3D Printing?

The DukeMakers student organization is hosting Saturday training sessions on SolidWorks and Blender (software applications that allow you to generate 3D graphics). All Duke students, faculty and staff are welcome to participate. For session information, subscribe to their mailing list. Also, feel free to visit the DukeMakers in the MPS West Lab 006 Bostock Library. They are volunteering by hosting walk-in sessions and orientations to 3D printing.  More information about this self – supported experimental lab space, visit: http://sites.duke.edu/oit-mps/2014/03/14/3d-printer-at-the-mps/

Also, start learning about 3D through the lynda.com online training library including a tutorial called Up and Running with 3D Printing.

Duke students, faculty and staff can access of the entire lynda.com online training library anytime, anywhere – 24/7 and 365 days a year through our lyndaCampus site license. For details and to connect, go to: http://training.oit.duke.edu/lynda/