3D Prints are limited to 50 grams per print and currently, the library is only able to schedule 1 print per day.
Your file should be related to your course curriculum and/or co-curriculum activity.
3D printing is available for students, faculty, and staff, with priority given to academic use.
All prints will be printed with supports. This adds extra material underneath suspended areas of the print job which increases stability while printing. They can easily be removed by hand or with an X-acto knife.
Users are responsible for their designs and the successes of their prints. It is recommended that students use MakerBot Print, a software designed to format files for use with our printer. Please see the software tab for more information.
To submit a request, please make appointment with .... by email at ......
The library's 3D printer may not be used to create materials that are:
The Library reserves the right to refuse any 3D print request.
3D printing is the process of creating a physical object from a digital model. This is typically done through the use of a 3D printer which lays down many thin layers of material.
You will need to choose an .stl file, .obj file, or .print file and save it on your USB device. Next you have to contact our librarian at email@example.com to schedule a 3D printing appointment. Prior to your appointment day and time a designated library staff will look over the file to see if there are any obvious problems that need to be addressed. You will receive an email with the date a time when you can come to the Library Media Resources Center to 3D print your file.