The Idea-2-Product Lab will hold an open house on Friday, Oct. 18, 4-6 p.m., in its new location, Room B7B in the Engineering Building on the Colorado State University campus. The reception is free and open to the public, and will feature tours and demonstrations of 3D printing technology.
The I2P lab is a public access facility for innovation, education and economic development that uses 3D printing technology to enable anyone to turn their ideas into reality.
"These amazing technologies provide a powerful enabling foundation for STEM, innovation, entrepreneurship and creativity for people of all ages," said David Prawel, director of the I2P lab. "Our lab empowers students, researchers, companies, entrepreneurs and ‘makers’ to create prototypes and products, and get them to market faster."