CWRU’s Sears think[box] Utilizes Stratasys Technology to Enhance Educational Experience

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Written by Tyler Koslow.

Acting as one of the largest university-based innovation centers in the world, the Cleveland, Ohio-based Case Western Reserve University’s (CWRU) Sears thinkbox has become the premier hub for students and faculty to tinker and invent. CWRU is no stranger to using 3D printing technology as a tool for creativity, as researchers recently created “biohybrid” robots by combining 3D printed parts with actual sea slug muscles. Within the confines of the Sears thinkbox, a $35 million innovation center that sees an average of around 5,000 visitors per month, the university has integrated 3D printing technology from Stratasys to help transform ideas into viable products.

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Originally published August 23, 2016.

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