Chip Bobbert is the Digital Fabrication Architect and service manager behind Duke Universityâs four specialty labs--the Multimedia Project Studio and three CoLab Studio locations. In this role, he has developed and built one of the largest 3D printing-focused labs in higher education. This service now completes more than 39,000 jobs annually while serving more than 2,500 unique users. His lab was the first to explore and solve scale problems related to integrating digital fabrication at institutional levels. His work has created a template many universities have used in the development of their own labs. His latest projects focus on the launch of a medical and research-class additive manufacturing center and tools that will interconnect communities of makers. Passionate about innovation and education; he is a frequent speaker, collaborator, commenter, and evangelist on the topic of maker and additive technologies in educational and research ecosystems.