3D Printing self-guided tutorials
If you have little or no technology experience, fear not. All you need is an open mind and a sense of adventure. Self-guided tutorials are available online for the Tinkercad application. Another site with design tutorials is Fesora. Fesora is a website which provided online video tutorials designed for K-12 students, parents and teachers.
How to get a job 3D Printed
The Breaux Bridge Library houses the Lulzot Mini 3D printer. Patrons may create files independently and then submit a print job in .STL format to the library for printing. To submit an independently created print job, use our “3D File Submission” form.
Designs submitted for printing should be your own work, be in the public domain, or be licenses under a Creative Commons License. For any reproduction of designs that are subject to Creative Commons Attribution license, the responsibility falls on the patron to follow the terms of the license.
One source for public domain files is https://yeggi.com/q/public+domain/ . Files found here can be verified as being in the public domain.
Patrons wanting to have a 3D print previously designed by the library may select from one of the options shown below. To submit a request for one of these items, use our “3D Print Request ” form.