3D Printers

Requests for 3D prints will be processed remotely during a video chat with staff. See available equipment and sign up for a time slot here.

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Permit Upgrades

A CoE permit (blue, red OR green is sufficient) and paid materials fee for this semester are required. Our student staff are required to swipe your ID every time to verify.

Note: College of Engineering faculty and staff are not required to pay the materials fee though they still must have a CoE permit. 

Equipment Specs

Make Model Qty Type Permit Required Technical Data
Dolomite Microfluidics Fludic Factory 1 FDM (for microfluidics) Blue Specs
Formlabs Form 2 8 SLA Blue Specs
Formlabs Form 3 2 SLA Blue
Formlabs Fuse 1 Coming Soon... SLS Blue Specs
Markforged Onyx Pro 1 FDM Blue Specs
Stratasys F370 2 FDM Blue Specs
Ultimaker Ultimaker 3 Extended 15 FDM Blue Specs
Ultimaker Ultimaker 3 Extended 1 FDM Blue Specs
Ultimaker Ultimaker S3 8 FDM Blue
Ultimaker Ultimaker S5 6 FDM Blue Specs
Ultimaker Ultimaker S5 Pro 1 FDM Blue

Materials

Ultimaker Filmanet

Material Cost ($/g) Printer Technical Data Safety Data Sheet (SDS)

Formlabs Resins

Material Cost ($/mL) Printer Spec Sheet SDS

Stratasys Filament

Material Cost ($/CI) Printer Technical Data Safety Data Sheet (SDS)

Cost Estimator

To determine the price of a 3D Print, you can use our Cost Calculator, which calculates the price based on material consumption. You will need to know the number of grams for Ultimaker prints, the number of mL for Formlabs prints, the number of cubic centimeters for the Markforged, and cubic inches for the Stratasys.

Cost Estimator Tool

Links & Useful Info

Ultimaker:

Form 2:

Markforged:

General Information:

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