The library has the following equipment to assist in specialized printing projects. Information on submitting projects for the vinyl cutter and laser cutter coming soon.
In the meantime:
- Check out upcoming maker programs.
- Reach out to us with any questions about the equipment.
Have your 3D designs printed on the library’s Prusa Mini 3D Printer.
Submit a 3D Print Job
Export your design as a .stl file then send it to us. We will print your project and let you know when it’s ready to pick up.
Read our procedures and guidelines.
View our Introduction to 3D Printing Presentation.
Get started designing with TinkerCAD.
The Cricut Explore Air 2 cuts designs created on a connected computer using the Cricut Design Space application. With a 12″ x 12″cutting area, this cutting machine is capable of cutting intricate designs to 100+ different materials.
Approved Materials: Vinyl, paper, cardstock, scrapbook paper, and heat transfer material.
File Formats: STUDIO3, STUDIO, GSD, DXF, PNG, JPG, BMP, GIF, TIFF
Process for submitting vinyl cutter projects coming soon.
The Epilog FusionMaker laser cutter can cut and engrave digital files onto a number of materials. Digital files are created using vector programs such as CorelDraw, AutoCAD, or Inkscape.
Approved Materials: acrylic, anodized aluminum, cardstock, glassware, leather, and wood.
Process for submitting laser cutter projects coming soon.