Idea-2-Product, Colorado State University’s 3D printing lab, is holding a free open house for those looking to learn more about 3D printing. It will take place Friday, Oct. 21, 2-6 p.m. at the Idea-2-Product lab at CSU.
The open house will provide an opportunity to explore how 3D printing can be applied in all majors, fields and disciplines. Attendees can tour the lab and learn about I2P technology.
Co-founder of Wolf Robotics, Doug Rhoda, will be in attendance to hold a “fireside chat” to discuss the details of running a robotics and manufacturing company and how 3D printing fits into the Wolf Robotics business model.
The Idea2Product 3D printing lab is an on-campus facility for 3D printing, 3D scanning and related technology. Its mission to help people in the CSU community learn about these innovative technologies, and empower and accelerate creative expression and innovation. Get more information about the open house on the I2P event page.