Designing & 3D Printing in Education Using the Full Color Stratasys J750

In this 30-minute webinar, we'll discuss how an instructor and two students at East Stroudsburg University are using the Stratasys J750 3D Printer in their coursework. Projects include environmental designs, branding championship, medical problem-solving and more. You’ll learn:

  • How full-color 3D printing can enable learning in art and design
  • Examples of student projects
  • Learn about the benefits of having a 3D printing lab on campus

Our Speaker
Darlene Farris-LaBarDarlene Farris-LaBar is an associate professor of art at East Stroudsburg University, co-director of the G3D Lab and artist. Her educational background includes a MFA from the School of Art and Design at SUNY, Purchase College, a BFA at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and an AAS in Digital Media Arts from the College of Technology in New York City. Her art requires scholarly research through environmental interaction and the studying of a variety of eco-systems. It focuses on preserving various plant species of the natural world through the use of 3D digitally designing and printing.

About Our Sponsor
For more than 25 years, Stratasys has been a defining force and dominant player in 3D printing and additive manufacturing - shaping the way things are made. Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota and Rehovot, Israel, the company empowers customers across a broad range of vertical markets by enabling new paradigms for design and manufacturing. In the race to attract, retain and prepare students in higher education, the schools with the best programs and most interesting technologies have the edge. Hands-on learning with 3D printing opens doors to entrepreneurship and industry collaborations that benefit budding scientists, engineers, artists and designers.

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