3D Print Request
How to Submit a 3D Print Request
Submitting a 3D print request is done in two parts. You will need to:
1. Complete this submission form.
2. Upload your file to the library's OneDrive account OR include a website link to the file.
3D Printing Policy
The Library reviews each file before it is printed. In accordance with the Library Board Approved Rules of Behavior Policy, the 3D printer may not be used to create weapons, firearms, or destructive materials. Library staff reserves the right to refuse any 3D print request. Before submitting files, please check the 3D print specs below for max print time, max print size, etc.
3D Print Specs
- Printers available: Lulzbot Taz 6 (equipped with an IT-Works E3D Titan Aero toolhead, 0.4mm diameter nozzle size) and Dremel Idea Builder 3D40
- Maximum print size: 280mm x 280mm x 250mm (11 in x 11 in x 9.8in)
- Maximum print time: 8 hours (for all files submitted). If your project/files are over 8 hours total, you must break you project into smaller time increments. We only accept one 8 hour project per patron, per two week period.
- File types accepted: .stl or .obj
- Print colors: Filament color choices are listed below.
- Filament type: PLA only
- File names: Before uploading, name your print file as your first name and the color of filament.
If you're submitting multiple files, please number your files.
Example: 01JamiePurple, 02JamiePurple, etc.
- Cost: 10¢ per gram, cash only. Pick up and pay for your item at the Adult Reference Desk.
- You will not be charged for failed prints.
- Prints are processed in the order they're received.
- Staff will contact you within one week to confirm your file submission, your estimated print cost, and estimated print time.
- Please allow up to 2-3 weeks for prints to be completed.
- The 3D printer may not be used to create weapons, firearms, or destructive materials. Library staff reserves the right to refuse any 3D print request.