THE UXBRIDGE PUBLIC LIBRARY
Self Serve 3D Printer is now available for use.
Come to the
orientation sessions at the library or watch the following 4
online videos (or do both!)
introduction A 22 minute and thorough introduction that is
valid for the library printer.
quick print to get
tutorial on how to make a personalized keychain. Includes
Rubic tip sheet.
*.JPG to *.STL guide
These tutorials have been carefully selected to help you get off
to a good start with your project. They are not created by the
Library although we hope we will be able to so in due course.
Found a good tutorial? Please share the link via
and Help sessions
Alternately follow the web tutorials detailed above.
Monday 20th - 1:00 to 3:00
Thursday 30th - 6:00 to
This is an Uxbridge Public Library initiative, supported by the Rotary Club of Uxbridge
and 100 Women Who Care along with indiviual donors.
there is no cost whatsoever to participate or to have a print
session with your friends or family. All you pay for is the
filament you use, 30c per gram.
Get in Touch
Uxbridge Public Library
9 Toronto St. South, ON, L9P1P3
Updated January 21
Book your session online through
the Uxbridge Library portal at
here for a tip sheet to
help you make a booking.
Once you have
attended the orientation session or viewed the YouTube tutorials
listed at the top of the left hand column you must complete a brief
Questionnaire before you can use the printer. Once
successful you will receive email notification.
*Conditions of Use
Policy. You must read and sign/submit the acceptance form
before using the SelfServe 3D Printer
Documents and information
All documents are in *.pdf format and can be viewed and printed
on any device.
The following are
recommended reading in order to successfully use the SelfServe 3D Printer.
Brief summary to help get you
Quickstart - from an idea to a
finished print in 30 minutes.
Links to useful websites.
Essential if you want to work from your own computer.
Software and downloads.
software (free download)
3D design site (free software and tips)
web site that
converts *jpg images to ready to print *stl files (free)
with tens of thousands of downloadable files
is available for patrons who have:
an orientation session
the acceptable use
Drop off your
signed form at the library (attention Ian) or scan/send to