Answered By: Maggie Bentley (STEM)
Last Updated: Aug 25, 2023     Views: 678


Library 3D Printing is now run out of the John and Stella Graves Makerspace located in the STEM Library. 3D printing services are free to students, staff, and faculty at the University of Maryland. 

Library patrons can use the 3D Printing Request Form to submit a print to be completed. The Makerspace also offers instruction on 3D printing and once training has been completed, patrons can book project time to print their own projects!  If you have any questions, contact the JSG Makerspace @

Completed print requests can be picked up at the STEM Library Circulation desk once the Makerspace has emailed you that your print is ready for pick up. 

Patrons can use free CloudPrint software here to help them create their objects and to determine the approximate build times and perhaps weights. 


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