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3D Printing

Dream it. Print it. Now you can literally touch and feel your thoughts with 3D Printing.

RPL's Process for Printing

You've heard about it. Maybe you've even seen it in action. Now here's your chance to try 3D printing yourself! Regina Public Library is now offering 3D printing to our patrons. Design a 3D model at home, send us the file and the specifications using this site, and we'll print it and have it available for pickup at the Central Branch.

NOTE: We currently have a large number of jobs in the queue so wait times for newly submitted jobs are long.

How does 3D Printing work?

Users must have a valid library card. Children and teens under 14 years of age will require parental permission to proceed with a print job.

Frequently Asked Questions and 3D Printer Terms and conditions

To learn more about our 3D printer and using it, please read our FAQs and our 3D Printer Terms and Conditions.