3D Printing Club

In 2013, I helped found the University of Connecticut’s first 3D Printing Club. With my executive board we created a place for students to collaborate on creative design and engineering solutions. This is a club that is open to all members of the university community, not just engineers, and embraces all aspects of the 3D printing community, both functional and artistic. The club meets at least once a week and host design competitions, plan outreach events, and discuss advances in the technology.
A glimpse of our lab, located in the Engineering 2 building.
The first meeting of Fall 2014

The first meeting of Spring 2015, members were challenged to create the tallest spaghetti tower they could with 20 strands of spaghetti and 4 marshmellows

A young boy staring at an in-progress print during a program we attended, sponsored by the Asian American Cultural Center.

Excited prospective engineering students from surrounding CT high schools eying a Makerbot Replicator 2 3D Printer as it prints a bust of me, during the UConn School of Engineering’s event ‘Exploring Engineering.’