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Makerspace: 3D Print Requests

Welcome to the Xavier University Library Makerspace!

Read Before Requesting

In the spirit of making, you are welcome and encouraged to operate the equipment yourself (with our training and guidance). Build extra time into your project schedule as it can take days or weeks to learn the steps required to complete a 3D print project. Although Makerspace staff offers guidance, you are responsible for doing your own work and ensuring your projects are completed on time. Make an appointment or email 3DPrint@xavier.edu for details.

Completed orders are held for 10 days. Unclaimed orders are discarded, but material fees remain your responsibility.

All prices and policies are subject to change.

AT THIS TIME, LASER PROJECTS ARE THROUGH APPOINTMENT ONLY. PLEASE MAKE A RESERVATION HERE: https://xavier.libcal.com/space/49278

3D Print Requests

Use this form to submit 3D printing requests for the University Library Makerspace. Generally requests will be printed by Makerspace staff in the order in which they are received, although requests for courses may take priority.

The maximum object size that the MakerBot Replicator can print is 9.9″x 7.8″ x 5.9.″

For information about printing objects yourself or other questions, please email 3DPrint@xavier.edu.

Before submitting a request, please read the 3D printing policy.

Terms

  • I agree to use 3D printing for lawful purposes and abide by all University policies.
  • I agree to abide by all US Copyright and Intellectual Property laws.
  • I understand that prints could contain slight imperfections.
  • Although the Makerspace provides tools, I understand that I am responsible for removing supports, rafts, and cleaning completed prints.

3D Print Request Form [Click Here]

3D Printing Policy

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