3D Printing at the Library!

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Did you know the library has a 3D printer? Well, we do—an awesome Maker Farm Pegasus. In fact, our 3D printer was born here at the Library—a group of teens built it in the Ground Floor.

Experience 3D printing at these upcoming Library programs:

  • 3D Open Printing Labs
  • All ages (under 12 with adult)
  • 7–8:30 PM September 28, October 26, & November 30
  • Level Up (first floor, Main Library)
  • Drop in; first come, first served.
  • Family Fun with 3D Printing
  • Ages 8–12 and their families
  • 6:30-7:30 PM November 9 
  • Children’s Program Room (first floor, Main Library)
  • Families create a simple 3D-printed model together.

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Want to get a head start? Tinkercad is a great web-based 3D modeling program for beginners—create a free account, and access your projects right in your browser. Use Tinkercad’s tutorials to get started with designing your own models—then bring your design to a 3D Printing Open Lab in Level Up.

And for more in-depth instruction, check out these great video tutorials* on Lynda.com:

See you at the Library!

*Valid Monroe County Public Library card required to set up a Lynda account.