Given that there are still a few things in the queue, it’s probably safe to say that we’re done processing submissions for the year. Feel free to send them in, just know that they’ll be dealt with when we start up again in January.
Here are a few recent prints.
And here’s a recycled holiday greeting, since I didn’t get a chance to print a new one this year:
Thanks a lot to all our users — your imagination and creativity knows no bounds.
…and that means the 3D printing service will go on a brief hiatus. Realistically, the last day we’ll be accepting submissions will probably be around the 13th. I say ‘probably’ since if someone submitted something tiny, we could probably fire that off before we stop for the year. As always, submissions will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
There will definitely not be any printing past the 19th of December.
I’ve been a little remiss about photographing the latest prints, but here’s a fossil hominid skull fragment.
If you’re having a little trouble figuring out the orientation, here’s an artist’s rendering.
We try to offer interesting workshops on a variety of subjects — you can always check our Workshops page to see what’s coming up — and in a mix of locations.
Next Friday (November 10), we’ll be offering an intro to 3D design session in Butler 306 at 2pm. If you haven’t had a chance to explore this technology, this would be an ideal time to sit down and play around. You never know what you might come up with!
It’s been a relatively busy summer. One of our printers seems to have reached its end of life so we’re in the process of replacing it. We’re looking forward to hearing from all the new and returning students in the next couple of weeks!
Various sizes of cylindrical objects for a biological field experiment
Good job on another end of semester. Hopefully it’s all gone well. If you’re hanging about this summer, remember that we’re here year-round!
As we enter our busy season towards the end of the semester, please note that due to the small scale of our service, we cannot guarantee deadlines. If you have a project due in two days, we’ll try to accommodate you, but we make no promises.