3D Printing at the Library

Free Public 3D Printer Use

Turn your digital designs into real-world physical objects with our 3D printers in the Level Up digital creativity center at the Downtown Library!

Usage is limited to one single-colored print per day, per person (and their associated library card), and up to three hours of print time. Patrons must also be present in Level Up during submission of the 3D print files. Patrons may return at a later date to collect their prints. For more information, read our 3D printer policy



Make a reservation online, via phone, or drop by on a first-come, first-served basis.

Make a Reservation



Not sure where to start? Tinkercad is a free user-friendly software that gives beginners the skills to create 3D models. Anyone with internet access can use it!


Free Ready-to-Use Models

Don't want to create something on your own? Check out Thingiverse, a free library of user-created models.


Ready to Print?

Here's how to print your model once you arrive at Level Up.


What Can You Make?

While we do have some restrictions on what you can make with our 3D printers, the possibilities are endless. Take a look at the chess set we created below! Want us to feature your project? Submit it here!

3d chess
3d chess printed set
3d chess set up


Upcoming 3D Printing Programs

  3D Printing Programs Calendar