3D Printing

The library offers free 3D printing services for original, non-copyrighted designs. Your file must be in  Standard Tessellation Language (STL) .

Include your name and project color in your email submission.



Frequently Asked Questions

How do I submit files for 3D Printing?

First attend the 3D printing orientation. Then you can send an email with the attached .STL file by clicking the Send File link on this page.

What if the link doesn't work?

Email Lesley Kohles and Email Sam Barker, attach the .STL file and include your name and project color. Only one color can be used per .STL file.

What is the biggest size you can print?

No bigger than a 6 inch cube

How long will it take?

Within one week of receipt. You will get an email as soon as it is ready.

How much does it cost?

3D printing services are free.

What kinds of things can it print?

Original (patron created) designs. We recommend TinkerCAD and 3Dtin for free, easy-to-use browser based software. All designs must be family friendly and not under copyright. 

Can I request multiple copies of an item?

The library owns two 3D printers and is not able to manufacture items in bulk. Please limit your request to no more than two to three copies per item.

What if I have more questions?

Email Lesley Kohles