Tuesday, 28 November 2017

Celebrate Christmas with 3D printing

It will soon be time to dig out the Christmas decorations and give Michael Buble's Christmas album another spin. Rather than spend a fortune on new baubles, why not make use of the library's 3D printing service to create new decorations and small gifts?

It costs only $5 for a printing job that takes five hours or less. If you don't have the knowledge or time to design your own, it's easy to find a suitable free design from sites such as Thingiverse, My Mini Factory or Yeggi.

Once you have chosen and downloaded your design, complete the 3D printing request form and we'll do the rest! You will be emailed the estimated cost and timeframe, and we'll notify you when your item is ready to collect. Items can be paid for and collected from the InfoHelp desk.

Read more about our 3D printing service, and select and order your items via our 3D Printing Libguide

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