Need something 3D Printed while The Maker Spot is closed? Well, we are happy to announce that we can print your objects for you!* If you need a refresher on 3D Modeling or would like to learn the basics, join Kori on April 12 for a beginner 3D modeling class in TinkerCAD.
*Some restrictions apply
How it works:
- Fill out a remote 3D print request form
- Once your form is submitted, send an email to email@example.com with a copy of your STL file
- You’ll receive an email once your print is ready for pickup in 1-4 days
- You have one week to pick up your print after receiving your email
- Prints can be picked up at the circulation desk on the first floor or through curbside delivery
- Note: Patrons are responsible for removing the supports from the printed file and any cleaning and finishing required
The Library reserves the right to refuse the production of any content at any time at staff discretion. Examples of objects that will not be produced include, but are not limited to:
- Any object that is prohibited by local, state, or federal law
- Objects that are unsafe, harmful, dangerous, or pose an immediate threat to the safety and well-being of others
- Objects that are considered obscene or racially, ethnically, or otherwise objectionable by Library staff
- Objects in violation of another's intellectual property rights
- Objects that are too large for the 3D printer's build plate
Questions or concerns?
We're happy to answer questions about your print job or help with any concerns you may have. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and someone from our Maker Spot team will get back to you as soon as possible.