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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 keep and eye on your print. Failure to cancel a failed print may revoke printing privileges.

Models of offensive items, smoking accessories, drug paraphernalia, weapons or weapon parts of any size are not permitted.

IMAGE: Cubicon Single Plus 3D printer

Cubicon + 3D Printer

  • Four 3D printers located in Heffner Studio
    (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)