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3D Printing

3D printers allow you create custom three-dimensional (3D) objects. From scale models, to simple accessories or complex parts - if you can imagine it, you can build it.

3D Printing at the Library

You need a library card to use a 3D printer.

Printers are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and cannot be reserved in advance.

You must stay with your print job from start to finish.

Print jobs must be completed no later than 15 minutes before closing.

Models of offensive items, weapons or weapon parts of any size are not permitted.

IMAGE: Cubicon Single Plus 3D printer

Cubicon + 3D Printer

  • Four 3D printers located in Studio Central
    (Central Library)
  • Create and edit 3D models with Cubicreator software or download from Thingiverse
  • Transfer to printer via USB stick
  • Supported File Types: STL and OBJ
  • Build volume: 240 x 190 x 200 mm
    (9.45 x 7.48 x 7.87 in)
  • Get Started: Using the Cubicon + 3D (pdf)
IMAGE: Ultimaker 2 Plus 3D printer

Ultimaker 2+ 3D Printer

  • Rotates between community library locations (view schedule)
  • Create and edit 3D models using Cura software or download from Thingiverse
  • Transfer to printer via SD card
  • Supported file types: STL and OBJ
  • Build volume: 223 x 223 x 205 mm
    (8.78 x 8.78 x 8.07 in)
  • Getting Started: Using the Ultimaker 2+ (pdf)