On March 7th Deis3D, Brandeis University’s 3D Printing Club, will host the first ever 3D printathon on campus. Teams of 3-6 students will work together to to design and print 3D objects using cutting edge printing technology over the course of just 24 hours.
Teams will be assigned a theme at the beginning of the event. Though not mandatory, following the provided theme will influence the judging process. Judges will be looking out for theme adherence, creativity, complexity, functionality, 3D components and presentation.
The event is free to all undergraduate students from any college or university. Food and drinks provided.
Brandeis is proud to support unique and innovative clubs like Dies3D that bring exciting events to the campus. Don’t miss the next opportunity to join Brandeis students this summer in the 3D print lab for an exciting JBS course on Bio-Inspired Design.
Bio-Inspired Design | 10 Weeks, 12 Credits | June 1 to August 7, 2015
Over 10 weeks, in a variety of settings — including laboratories, museums, zoos and the Brandeis MakerLab — you will work with biologists, engineers and artists to explore intriguing life forms and develop the quantitative tools needed to work at the intersection of form and function. You will design a nature-inspired product to solve an important societal problem. And you will present your concept to the Brandeis and local scientific communities in an interactive, TED-like forum. Apply Now