Answered By: Rachel Shabalin
Last Updated: Sep 21, 2020     Views: 9

Due to COVID-19, the Makerspace is closed. However, we are still offering contactless pick up for 3D printing.

 

Yes! 3D printing is located in Lab NEXT on the third floor of the TFDL 340 E.

The 3D printer in the TFDL is a consumer-level machine, meaning that it creates small scale objects using a plastic-based material. The consumer-level 3D printer is ideal for experimenting with design and prototyping, and 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.