3D printing services are now available, by appointment, at the Greece Public Library.
3D printing allows users to create tangible objects from a computer file. With our Ultimaker 2+ printer, library users have created cookie cutters, keychains, figurines, and more. The 3D-printed objects, which use PLA filament, cost .10 per gram. Time and cost estimates will be given by staff prior to printing.
“We are pleased to offer this exciting service to our residents,” said Greece Town Supervisor Bill Reilich. “Providing access to new and emerging technologies and helping our residents express their creativity are important priorities in our library.”
Prior to working with the printer, users ages 16 and older must complete an orientation session and sign a user agreement. Orientation sessions are offered on a monthly basis, and group classes, like our popular holiday cookie cutter class, are offered periodically throughout the year. Those who have completed the orientation sesson and would like to make an appointment to use the 3D printer, may submit their digital file for review by clicking the button below.