Libraries employees will evaluate the print, and if everything looks good they will convert it to a .gcode file that the printer understands. We will not accept .gcode files that were prepared by someone else.
We reserve the right to turn away print jobs if they require too much time, material, or inappropriate designs .
Printing for class use may be prioritized over personal prints.
Please only request one print at a time to allow usage by a larger number of students. If you have a print in mind, check if it consists of multiple little prints that go together as that takes more time and effort than a simple print.
Patrons will be responsible for removing excess material from their printed object(s). This can be a time consuming process for delicate prints, so we ask the patron to spend the time carefully removing excess filament that is used as support material. This is generated due to heated filament being a liquid that cannot defy gravity when building an extended arm for example.
Prints not picked up in two weeks will be released to the public (unless otherwise noted)
Colors: See form for currently in-stock colors
Printer: Creality Ender 3 Pro
Maximum dimension: 220 x 220 x 250mm (8in x 8in x 9.8in)
Default Infill Density: 20% unless otherwise approved
Default Infill Pattern: Cubic unless otherwise approved. Click here for a list of Infill settings.
Other considerations: The object should be of the patron’s own design or be licensed under GNU General Public License v3 (GPLv3) or a Creative Commons (CC) License which allows your intended use. If you realize that the license has been applied by someone who probably does not have the right to give you permission, then the libraries may refuse to print your item. The libraries reserve the right to not print objects. Patrons will be responsible for removing excess material from their printed object(s).
3D printed dragon