Step 1: You must have a file that you have found from a webpage, created yourself, or scanned in an .stl format.
Step 2: Submit your project by either coming by the library and leaving your file, or email Ramona DeAngelus at email@example.com
Step3: Staff will determine how long the file will take to print and the cost of the file. 20 cents per gram - $1.00 minimum.
Step 4: Decide which color you would like your print job to be. You can choose from red, orange, yellow, blue, purple, white, dark gray, light gray, black, or glow-in-the-dark.
Step 5: Sign the 3D Printer Request form and your project will be printed in the order it was received.
Location: MTCC Library - Cedar Building 11-2nd floor
In order to have something printed on our 3D printer, you must have already created a file, found a file or used our 3D scanner to create an .stl file for printing. Prints will be performed in the order they are received and may take a few days depending on order volume.
If you have questions, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 828-652-0604
Cost is determined by the final weight of the object (with support material). Current rates are $0.20 per gram with a $1.00 minimum.
General Size to *Price Comparisons:
*Price of object shown subject to change with each individual print.
Why 3D Printing?
3D Printing is a new technology that promotes creativity and innovation. This revolutionary machine provides an opportunity for our patrons to further their learning experience.
How does 3D Printing fit in an Academic Library? .
Material Types PLA, PETG, Nylon, Eco-ABS
Library Phone: 828-652-0604
Director of Library Services: 828-652-0684