Welcome Back! The Marston 3D Prototyping lab will begin accepting print requests online Monday, August 31.
Submit print requests at 3dprint.uflib.ufl.edu.
Email MSL3D@uflib.ufl.edu if you need additional assistance.
Library 3D Printing Hours:
Monday - Friday: 9AM - 5PM
(Pick-up prints anytime during the regular library hours of your print location)
Printers: We use FFF (fused filament fabrication), also called FDM (fused deposition modeling). Marston Science Library has one (1) Ultimaker 3 Extended, eight (8) Lulzbot Taz6, and four (4) Lulbot Taz Workhorse 3D printers. The Architecture & Fine Arts, Education, and Health Science Center Library each have (1) Lulzbot Taz 6 3D Printer.
Filament: MatterHackers 3mm Build Series PLA (polylactic acid) is the only type of plastic used in UF Libs 3D Prototyping Labs. We stock our PLA in a variety of colors.
Note: If we do not have the type of printers or print material you need, check out our recommendations for alternative 3D printing locations on the right-hand side of this page.
3D Hubs: A network of 3D printers offering varying materials and services. Includes a comprehensive 3D printing guide.
Shapeways: Will print and ship your model for a fee.
i.materialise: Prints in several precious metals and ceramics, with >90 combos of materials and finishes.
Sculpted: Offers >48 combos of materials and finishings.
Do you need to print in metal, resin, or another material?
Are you an engineering student?
The MAE Rapid Prototyping Facility in 313 MAE-B has a wider range of printers and is open to qualified users.