Answered By: Christie Hurrell
Last Updated: Apr 19, 2018     Views: 236

Yes! Libraries and Cultural Resources (LCR) is committed to providing the latest technology and tools that enhance research and hands-on, experiential learning. LCR is providing a valuable service to students and researchers by making 3D printing more accessible. Many experts believe this technology will revolutionize the world of manufacturing.

The consumer-level printer in the TFDL is ideal for experimenting with design and prototyping. It allows students and researchers to test their concepts in a real-world scenario. 

You can do DIY printing in our Makerspace on the third floor once you've completed a makerspace orientation.

You can also request a full service job where we will print your item for you.