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3D Printing at Harborfields Public Library

To create an object for printing, you may use the 3D modeling software available on the public computers or visit sites with objects from the public domain, such as Thingiverse.com. Please review the library policy.

Dowload the 3D Printing Form here:
3D Print Policy and Form

This service is available to Harborfields Public Library Teen and Adult card holders in good standing.
All files will be reviewed by library staff to ensure compliance with this agreement and all other library policies prior to printing.
All files will be printed by library staff.
Only one job may be submitted at a time.
All files submitted must be in the .stl format.
Items are limited in size to 9 x 6 inches and 7 inches in height.
The library offeres PLA filament only.
Objects are printed using the library's filament only.
Colors are subject to availability. (See Teen'Scape staff for current choices).
Your item must be able to print in 7 hours or less.
We will contact you when your item is ready to be picked up. Any items that have not been picked up become property of the library after two weeks.
There is a charge of 25 cents for each 30 minutes of printing, payable upon pickup.
As this is a new technology and service, 3D Printing rules may change at any time.

The 3D printer may be used only for lawful purposes. Library users may not create material that is:
Prohibited by local, state or federal law.
Unsafe, harmful, dangerous or poses an immediate threat to the well-being of others.
An object that may function as a weapon or part of a weapon.
Obscene or otherwise inappropriate for the library environment.
In violation of another's intellectual property rights.
Copyrighted, patented, trademarked, registered.

Selected 3D websites:
What is 3D Printing?
Lynda.com - Video tutorials for 3D Printing.
Thingiverse - Find a project to print.
Tinkercad - Make your own 3D Design to print online!
Google Sketchup - Download 3D modeling software.
Blender - Advanced 3D modeling software.