CU3D

Cambridge University 3D Printing Society

CU3D is a student society at the University of Cambridge dedicated to 3D printing and other types of rapid prototyping. We are located in the new Dyson Centre at the Engineering Department.

history

The society at work in our main base of operations, the Dyson Centre for Engineering Design.

The society at work in our main base of operations, the Dyson Centre for Engineering Design.

CU3D was founded in the beginning of 2016 as a society for engineering undergraduates at the University of Cambridge dedicated to 3D printing and other forms of rapid prototyping. Our goal is to create an open forum where people with different skill sets and levels of experience can come together and collaborate on smaller and larger projects.  

 For the academic year 2016/ -17 we have many exciting projects coming up. We are getting a brand new 3D laser scanner and are looking to use this for new and more accurate modelling. We are also hoping to attract incoming freshers to our society. You can read more about what is coming up on our projects page.  

 

THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

 
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James Roberts

President and founder of the society, the main point of contact for representatives in industry or at other universities looking to get in touch for sponsorship or collaboration.

jpr55@cam.ac.uk

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Preben Monteiro Ness

Preben is our PR and Events Manager, and Project leader for our collaboration with the disability charity Remap. CU3D is always looking to engage and inform students and the public about the opportunities of rapid prototyping and engineering in general. We are therefore always looking to take part in engineering and science related events. 

pmn26@cam.ac.uk

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Paul Vallis

Paul is our Finance and Business Manager, as well as heading our "Scan/Model/Print" project. He is the man to contact if you want get involved on the business side of things here at CU3D, or if you want more information on what we can offer our corporate sponsors.  

pv291@cam.ac.uk