Printers for 3D printing in the libraries are currently available in McKeldin's Terrapin Learning Commons and the STEM Library.
Students, staff, and faculty are welcome to submit their print request to the STEM Library. Users will receive email updates about the status of their prints, including when their item is ready for pick up. McKedlin library MakerSpace offers patrons the opportunity to learn how to 3D print models on their own.
3D printing in the libraries is made possible with the help of the Library Technology fee.
Located in McKeldin Library, the John and Stella Graves MakerSpace is a location that students can use to become familiar with new technology and create new things. The MakerSpace has a variety of technologies for students to sample besides 3D printing. Students can also experiment with Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, vinyl cutters, button making, and more!
According to EDUCAUSE, makerspaces are centers of technological experimentation, where people can meet to explore new mediums and create together.
For more information about the John and Stella Graves MakerSpace in McKeldin please follow the link below.
Check back for more information about other fabrication labs on campus!