According to Merriam Webster Dictionary, 3D printing is "the manufacturing of solid objects by the deposition of layers of material (such as plastic) in accordance with specifications that are stored and displayed in electronic form as a digital model."
Printers: Zortrax M200 and M200+ 3D printers
We print using Zortrax branded filaments and have a wide range of material types and colors in stock. Our most commonly used filaments include:
Less commonly used filaments in stock include:
Samples are available for viewing at the library circulation desk.
*Color availability may occasionally vary depending on filament type and availability from our vendors. If we are unable to print in your requested color, we will contact you with alternatives.
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