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3D Printing Drop-off & Scanning Service: Home

Guide to the University Libraries' 3D Printing Services

See What Has Changed This Summer

Summer 2019 the 3D drop off service, located in BEST Library, Laws Hall, had a number of changes that
occurred. Here are the things you need to know:

  • We have removed from services, the following printers
    • Stratasys Dimension sst 1200es
    • Mcor Iris, full color paper printer
    • Solidscape Z3 Pro, wax printer
    • MakerGear M2
  • We have added the following to our offerings
    • Stratasys F120
    • Stratasys F370
    • MakerGear M3-ID
  • We will be charging by the cubic inch for the two new printers, see prices on the printer page here

3D Printing Status

If you would like to contact us directly, to ask a question or see how long the print queue is, please e-mail us at 3dprinting@miamioh.edu

3D Printing is up and running at capacity.

University Libraries 3D Printing Service

MakerGear M2

Miami University Libraries can now meet your needs when it comes to three dimensional printing. If you can imagine it, we can print it using the MakerBot Replicator printer. We can convert from a wide variety of formats for printing. In a matter of days we can print what you have imagined. Design at TinkerCad online, in Blender, or in your favorite 3D modeling program. Set up an appointment with one of the two library 3D printing specialists for a consultation.

What we can do

  • Print ready-to-go 3D models from a variety of file formats (e.g. .stl, .obj, -- ask us about other acceptable formats)
  • Repair/modify 3D models for printability
  • Access to public computers with AutoDesk products (e.g. AutoCAD, 3dsMax, Maya, Rhino), SketchUp
  • Consultations on 3D modeling and file conversions
  • 3D scanning using a HP Pro S3 scanner

BEST Library 3D Services Specialist