NU Bucket List – #2

Every week, we post one more thing you MUST do before you graduate Northeastern. Tag us in/tweet us a picture of you doing our thing of the week, and you could win some pretty awesome prizes (including your favorite Husky swag)! #NUbucketlist

NU Bucket List – #2

Get creative in the Snell 3D Printing Studio

3D Printing Lab Open House

November 4, 2013 – 3D-printed huskies were on display during the Open House at the new 3D Printing Lab in the Snell Library Digital Media Commons. The lab is available to all students interested in learning more about 3D printing and related technologies like 3D scanning and engraving.

Ah 3D-printing, a window into the future. The internet has been buzzing about everything from printed hearts to printed hamburgers (hello new dorm room must-have), so now’s your chance to jump the gun and try out this super cool tech right here on campus. Ok, so a hamburger might not be the best place to start. But the printing wizards in the Snell Library 3D Printing Studio have made some pretty awesome stuff, and are always eager to help first-timers realize their printed plastic vision.

Every Thursday, Snell has free 3D printing classes to show you the ropes! Just show up at the studio on the 2nd floor at 4:30 pm to start your printing career.

We want to see your creations! Tag us in a picture of your printed masterpiece on Twitter (@nustudentlife) or Facebook (Northeastern University Student Life) to win cool Husky gear! Bonus points if your print piece is Northeastern-related!

Check out the 3D Printing Studio for all the info you’ll need: http://library.northeastern.edu/services/3d-printing-studio

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