The North Oshawa Library 3D printer is temporarily out of service. We are working on the problem and sending some print jobs to the Social Science and Education Library for printing.
For information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Cura software is quite basic, so any necessary specifications for object size, layer height, shell thickness, bottom/top thickness, or fill density must be noted in the description part of the form. Otherwise, print jobs will be run with the default settings, which may make parts smaller, weaker, or unable to perform as intended.
Please note: if you are submitting multiple requests, you must open a new form each time (do not just refresh the form).
A library staff member will be in contact with you to discuss the estimated rendering time and costs of your job. At this time, any suggestions regarding the feasibility of your job will be provided--you may need to scale down the object or otherwise alter the design.
The UOIT Library is happy to provide consultations to those who are new to 3D printing and would like additional assistance. The purpose of these consultations is to provide guidance about best practices, tips for making the most of your print, and to answer any design or technical questions. Note that the library staff will not assist you in the actual creation of your design, but instead will give you guidance.
To arrange for a consultation, please submit this request form.
Many 3D printer users share their designs using Creative Commons licenses.