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Documentation, links and help with our Prusa Mini 3D Printers
Software for creating your own 3D prints available on CBU computers include:
Other software that could be used:
- Meshmixer by autodesk (Free)
- ReCap by autodesk (Free Educational License available)
- MeshLab (Open Source)
- FreeCAD (Free)
- OpenSCAD (Free)
- Ensure you have taken the 3D printer training
- The price charged by weight - 10 cents per gram for printing. The booking form will ask the size in grams to pay at the circulation desk when you arrive for your printing time. To find this information, you must use the PrusaSlicer software, free online to install OR available at the 3D Printing station.
- Prusa Mini uses PLA filament - a bio-degradable polymer that can be produced from lactic acid, which can be fermented from crops such as maize.
- Book a spot using this link.
- When you arrive at the library, stop at the circ desk to pay for your print, and they will direct you to the 3D Printer.
- Follow the steps outlined at the station.
- Files must be on a USB Flash Drive.
Find 3D files to print
Here are some places where you can find and download objects to print!