Beacom School of Business Opens Lab With 3D Printers
The lab, which formally opened Monday, provides experiential learning opportunities to students in various aspects of entrepreneurship, including rapid prototyping, market research and new venture creation, said Venky Venkatachalam, Beacom School of Business dean. That will allow them to do market feasibility studies and business planning in a shorter timeframe, he said.
The Innovation Lab equipment includes three Ultimaker 2 and MakerBot model 3D printers; a MakerBot Digitizer 3D scanner; computer; and computer-aided design (CAD) software by SolidWorks.
Besides adding the lab, the Beacom School of Business is training next-generation entrepreneurs through new academic programs in innovation and entrepreneurship, hiring world-class faculty and engaging students in collaborative and experiential learning opportunities.
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