Winter Term Update

Winter term is now in full swing, and the Oregon State 3D printing club is back in action. The 3D printing club has only had two meetings in 2016 so far, but there are already several student-led projects underway. One of those projects, being led by freshman Parker Snook, aims to create 3D printing filament, which is material … More Winter Term Update

Korvis Automation Inc.

On Wednesday, November 11th, 2015 our club had the opportunity to visit Korvis Automation Inc. here in Corvallis, OR. The president, Ben Wahlstrom, gave us a tour of their facility and we were amazed by the technology we saw being made. Thank you so much for inviting us to your facility!

Adam Lawler creates unique Omnipod cases

Adam Lawler, a member of the Oregon State University 3D Printing and Fabrication club, has created Omnipod cases for insulin pumps. He designed several unique designs for the cases and is now having them produced via 3D printer. The Omnipod cases give diabetes users a way to protect their insulin pumps with style. “Designing the Omnipod cases … More Adam Lawler creates unique Omnipod cases

Fall Term is Off to a Great Start

Here are some of the current news links we learned about today: Here’s what’s going on in the world of 3d printers! http://www.3ders.org/articles/20151005-futurist-christopher-barnatts-review-the-tct-show-2015.html Dissolvable 3d printed materials to replace screws following broken bone surgery http://www.3ders.org/articles/20151002-university-of-pittsburgh-researchers-new-3d-printed-treatment-for-broken-bones.html Worried about the Environment? Here’s how one individual is looking to tackle the plastic waste problem http://www.3ders.org/articles/20151001-young-new-zealand-innovator-award-for-research-into-3d-printing-recycled-plastic.html Here are some … More Fall Term is Off to a Great Start