Sears Think[box] at Case Western Reserve University Encourages Ingenuity
Case Western Reserve University established the Sears think[box] as an innovative and entrepreneurial space for every student on campus and the surrounding community. As one of the largest university-based innovation centers in the world, Sears think[box] provides an environment where hands-on education, design, development and product commercialization not only take place, but intersect.
Today, the innovation center hosts more than 5,000 monthly visitors, many of whom use Sears think[box]’s 3D printers to bring their ideas to life. Students, faculty, alumni and community members have used the center to create everything from bracelets, belts and custom exterior signage for a local business, to bone specimen replicas.
The Sears think[box] 3D printing space at Case Western Reserve University.
“The printers have helped us broaden the scope of projects coming through our center and provided much-added value for students as they develop their prototypes.”
Malcolm Cooke, Case Western Reserve University