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Full Service 3D Printing & Scanning: 3D Printers & Cost

Guide to the University Libraries' 3D Printing Services

Stratasys F370

About the F370

ABS - $2.59 per cubic inch
ASA - $2.42 per cubic inch
PC-ABS - $2.58 per cubic inch
TPU - $2.92 per cubic inch
​Support Material - $3.61 per cubic inch

The F123 Series works with a range of materials – so you can produce complex parts with flexibility and accuracy. And it includes advanced features like Fast Draft mode for truly rapid prototyping, and soluble support to prevent design compromise and hands-on removal. All designed to shorten your product development cycle and keep you ahead of the competition.


  • Build Volume:  14" × 10" × 14"
  • Layer Height: 330µm, 254µm, 178µm, or 127µm

Stratasys F120

About the F120

ABS - $2.25 per cubic inch
ASA - $2.42 per cubic inch
​Support Material - $3.03 per cubic inch


The Stratasys F120 has all the features and benefits of their larger industrial-grade 3D printers. Print complex designs with confidence thanks to soluble support. 

  • Build Volume:  10" × 10" × 10"
  • Layer Height: 330µm, 254µm, 178µm, or 127µm

Form 2

About the Form 2

FormLabs Form2 Printer

Standard Resin $0.21 per mL
Engineering Resin $0.25 per mL


The Form 2, from FormLabs, is the first SLA printer that the library is using. This printer has incredible dimensional accuracy and a wide variety of materials.

  • Build Volume:  5.7" × 5.7" × 6.9"
  • Layer Height: 25µm (not available in engineering resins), 50µm, or 100µm

Note on printing costs

Our charges for the printers are intended for cost recovery for the material used.  For certain high-risk projects (where we have serious doubts about being able to print the model successfully), it may be necessary to also charge for repeated failed prints. If you want to print on something other then the recommended printer that our specialist suggest you will also be required to pay for failed prints We will notify you in advance if this will be the case, and we will always seek to build objects using the most cost-effective tactics feasible.