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3D Printing

The Burlington Public Library provides public access to 3D printing technology thanks to a generous donation from the Burlington Rotary Club. With the purchase of a Fifth Generation MakerBot Replicator 3D printer, the library invites community members to learn, experiment, and create using this cutting edge technology. 

3D Printing Workshops:  

Learn about the fun and functional uses of 3D printing. Explore resources and use open source 3D design software to make your own 3D printed objects. Space is limited. Must be 13+. Call 360-755-0760 to register.

New times to be determined

Drop-in 3D Printing:

Tuesday - Thursday, 10am - 6pm
Friday & Saturday, 10am - 3pm

Interested individuals should arrive with the file ready to print from a flash drive (.stl, .obj, .thing, or .makerbot). Printing time must be around 2-3 hours and the design is subject to approval by library staff. Limit of 2 items per person per month.

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Resources:    

Free 3D files:
thingiverse.com
myminifactory.com
youmagine.com

Free 3D design programs:
tinkercad.com
Sculptris
Blender
3Dslash.net
Autodesk's 123D apps:
Make, Design, Creature, Catch, Meshmixer


Contact Information:
For more information about 3D printing at Burlington       
Library, call 360-755-0760.              
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