UCC Library provides a 3D printing service to all registered UCC students and staff, supporting them in building capabilities in digital literacy, as well as emerging technologies.
What is 3D printing?
3D printing is the process of making a physical object from a digital model file. Used widely for prototyping and design projects, 3D printing allows for low-cost, rapid ideation before arriving at a final finished product. 3D printing can be used for teaching and learning, for research, and for creative purposes.
3D Printing Process:
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Makerbot Replicator 5th Generation.
The maximum printed volume is 250mm x 199mm x 150mm.
The maximum printed volume is 197 x 215 x 200 mm.
Note: Objects with smaller dimensions tend to have a more reliable print experience.
Browse, download and remix thousands of 3D model designs for free.
Create your own!
Create your own 3D model designs using Tinkercad, a free, easy-to-learn 3D modeling software. Any other CAD software will work too.
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