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Posted on Tuesday, April 14, 2015 by Laura Braun

At the end of last month we, along with just about every other tech news site on the planet, were captivated by the somewhat disasterful (yes, I made that word up) performance of a 3D printer which printed using an aerosol-like can of Easy Cheese. The creation was the brainchild of California College of the Arts (CCA) Hybrid Lab manager Andrew Maxwell-Parish.

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Posted on Monday, April 13, 2015 by Laura Braun

At San Francisco’s California College of the Arts (CCA) students use Othermill in their cutting-edge Hybrid Lab, a multidisciplinary creative technology lab that makes tools of engineering accessible to students in art and design. Students prototype circuit boards for computers, and wearables for mechatronics. Instructors said it has lowered the barrier to getting started with electronics.

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Posted on Tuesday, April 7, 2015 by Laura Braun

Andrew Maxwell Parish is a lab manager at California College of the Arts. He’s apparently got at thing for Easy Cheese as well: He claims on his website that he’s been trying to convince his students to build an Easy Cheese 3D printer for over two years.

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Posted on Thursday, April 2, 2015 by Laura Braun

The experiment comes from the creative mind of Andrew Maxwell-Parish, manager of the Hybrid Lab at the California College of the Arts. Previously, he designed an interactive tip jar called the Wu-Tang Can and a High Five Camera for capturing high fives with strangers.

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Posted on Thursday, April 2, 2015 by Laura Braun

Andrew Maxwell-Parish did just that, making our printable processed cheese dreams come true. Maxwell-Parish, manager of California College of the Arts' Hybrid Lab, had his printer give a cracker a healthy amount of cheese, draw some cheese squares, and attempt to build a cheese box.

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Posted on Tuesday, March 31, 2015 by Laura Braun

Because squirting cheese product out of a can isn't enough fun, Andrew Maxwell-Parish, the manager of the Hybrid Lab at California College of the Arts, created a robot to do it for you. Unfortunately, the machine is still in development. Watch the hilariously frustrating test run, below.

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Posted on Tuesday, March 31, 2015 by Laura Braun

That’s exactly what one man namedAndrew Maxfield-Parish had been wondering. Maxfield-Parish, who manages a creative technology and interactive electronics maker space at California College of the Arts, has a knack himself for making incredible gadgets. As a graduate of mechanical engineering at the University of Minnesota, many of his projects are well ahead of their time.

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Posted on Monday, March 30, 2015 by Laura Braun

But Kloehn didn’t set out to make any political or symbolic statement. As long as he can remember, he loved building things. At first, growing up in Denver, it was forts. After getting his undergraduate degree at Evergreen State College, then attending California College of Arts and Crafts (now called California College of the Arts), he had a fantasy of building an “art utopia” in Oakland, filled with artist friends.

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Posted on Monday, March 30, 2015 by Laura Braun

The engineer and California College of the Arts Hybrid Lab manager has put together plenty of quirky creations of his own, but for two years, he’s had the 3D cheese printer in the back of his mind. He tried to get his students to build it, but no one would.

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Posted on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 by Laura Braun

Lujac Desautel has designed a yacht that is conceptually so obvious, it’s hard to say why it doesn’t exist yet. An architecture student at San Francisco California College of the Arts, Desautel designed this yacht as an entry to a young boat designers competition. This Young Designer of the Year Finalist (Boat International 2014) touts Legos and the natural landscape as his inspiration for Salt, the name he’s given this luxury glass-hull yacht.

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