3D Services

3D Printing

Student and instructor using the Stratasys 3D printer

Stratasys uPrint SE Plus

  • Maximum Build Size: 8" x 8" x 6"
  • Layer Thickness: .010" (.254mm)
  • Modeling Material: ABS Plastic
  • Support Material: PVA Plastic
  • Accepted File Formats: .stl

Costs & Colors

  • Model Material: $4.95 per cubic inch
  • Support Materials: $7.75 per cubic inch
  • Available Colors: Ivory, White, Blue, Red, Orange, Yellow, Olive, Black, Grey
3D printed model of a book printing press

Sintratec SLS Kit

  • Maximum Build Size: 4.5" x 4.5" x 4.5"
  • Layer Thickness: .1mm
  • Material: Nylon powder (PR12)
  • Accepted File Formats: .stl

Costs & Colors

  • Available Colors: Grey
Student using 3D printer Lulzbot

LulzBot TAZ 5

  • Maximum Build Size: 11.7" x 10.8" x 9.8"
  • Layer Thickness: .075mm to .5mm
  • Material: ABS, HIPS, Ninja Flex, and more
  • Accepted File Formats: Several. Ask for details.

Costs & Colors

  • ABS/HIPS: $0.21 per gram
  • Semi-Flex/Ninja-Flex: $0.26 per gram
  • Available Colors: Several. Ask for details.

3D Scanning

A person using an artec scanner to scan a robot model

3D Scanner Reservations & Check-out

  • The DeLaMare Science & Engineering Library has two 3D scanners available for checkout and in-house use.
  • To book the scanners for in-house use, reserve both a 3D scanner and a Maker Wrangler for the same time (You must work with a Maker Wrangler when using the 3D scanner in the library.)
  • To check out a 3D scanner, please ask to speak to the Makerspace Manager. Training with Maker Wranglers and other requirements may apply.
Students and instructor using a 3D artec scanner to scan a stuffed iguana

Artec Scanning Compatibility & Usage Tutorials

The following links will bring you to helpful videos and compatibility specs for the Artec 3D scanners.