3D Printing

See also: Getting Started with 3D Printing


MakerBot Replicator 5th Gen makerbot replicator 5th-generation front view

  • Instructions 
  • Available at Chinguacousy (2) and Four Corners (1) branches
  • Accepts 3D files in .STL and .OBJ  format; files must be converted to .makerbot format with the MakerBot Print slicing software
  • Uses 1.75 mm MakerBot filament
  • Objects print in a single color
  • All 3D prints must be completed at least 30 minutes prior to the library closing time. No print jobs are to be sent with less than 30 minutes to closing.
  • Maximum Build size: 9.9 x 7.8 x 5.9 inches
  • Prints in PLA (poly lactic acid) plant-based plastic
  • Prints supports in the same material as the model
  • Features an LCD display and dial
  • Print from USB

 


makerbot replicator 2 front viewMakerBot Replicator 2

  • Instructions
  • Available at Four Corners branch (4)
  • Accepts 3D files in .STL and .OBJ format; files must be converted to .makerbot format with the Makerbot Print slicing software
  • Uses 1.75 mm MakerBot filament
  • Objects print in a single color
  • Maximum Build size: 11.2 L x 6.0 W x 6.1 H inches
  • Prints in PLA (polylactic acid) plant-based plastic
  • Prints supports in the same material as the model

 


Lulzbot Mini front viewLulzbot Mini

  • Instructions
  • Available at Chinguacousy (1) and Springdale (2) branches
  • High performance, open-source 3D printer
  • Features a heated print bed with auto-leveling
  • The plexiglass enclosure minimizes warping caused by drafts or cold 3D printing environments
  • Must be tethered to the computer with the Cura software running
  • Accepts 3D files in .STL and .OBJ format
  • Uses 3.00mm filament
  • Prints in PLA (polylactic acid) plant-based plastic
  • Objects print in a single colour
  • All 3D prints must be completed at least 30 minutes prior to the library closing time. No print jobs are to be sent with less than 30 minutes to closing.
  • Maximum Build Size: 6 x 6 x 6.2 inches
  • Prints supports in the same material as the model

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