While we no longer provide in-house faxing, there are a number of free, online fax resources. To assist in online faxing, we do have a scanner on site for your use.
- The Main Library has the following machines and maximum dimensions:
- LulzBot Taz 6 – 280mm x 280mm x 250mm (11” x 11” x 9.8”)
- LulzBot Mini – 152mmx152mmx158mm (6” x 6” x 6.2”)
- LulzBot Mini 2 – 160mm x 160mm x 180mm (6.30″ x 6.30″ x 7.09″)
- The Library uses the following filament:
- 2.85mm PLA (Polylactic Acid) – This filament starts out as a starch that is extracted from plants, goes through a fermentation process to create a product that resembles petroleum-based plastic.
- To submit a file for printing, email the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Email subject: 3D Print Request
- Library Card Number
- Short description of the object
- Attach the .STL file
- Please note, all items will be printed with grey filament unless a 2.85mm PLA filament spool is provided by the requestor.
- Printed supports will be left on the object.
- You will receive an email when the item is ready for pickup.
- Cost for printing:
- Free, but with limitations.
- Where can I find 3d print samples online?
- Thingiverse.com – A site containing objects for 3D printers, CNC machines, and laser cutters.
- Cults3d.com – A site for 3D models for 3D printers
- You can also visit Tinkercad.com to create your own digital object for printing.
- Dedham Public Library's 3d Print Policy
If you have any questions on our library technology, makerspace technology, or 3D printing please email Megan Charter at email@example.com.