Our equipment:

​MakerBot Replicator+

PLA Filament [Red, Black, Green, Blue, Orange, Yellow, Purple, Gray, White]

The Eielson AFB Library is not responsible for any manufacturing defects or the quality or workmanship of any of the tools, materials or equipment supplied by the Library, or for the quality or condition of a user's project. 

Want to learn about 3D Printers?

Schedule some one-on-one time with us and we'll teach you the basics of 3D printing.  Call us at 377-3174 or email us at eielsonafblibrary@gmail.com

Want us to print something out for you?

Contact us through email at eielsonafblibrary@gmail.com and we'll reach out to make sure we can print it, and give you an estimated time frame for completion.  Please include the .stl file for the model, or a link for us to download it ourselves.

Want to read about 3D printing?

3dprintingforbeginners.com has a lot of information to teach you the basics of 3D printing.

Want to find something to print?

Thingiverse.com hosts a large amount of models that are free to print out.

Want to design your own model?

Tinkercad.com is a browser based modeling tool with an easy-to-use interface.

The printer cannot be used to create material that:

  • violates local, state, or federal law
  • may be used as a weapon
  • infringes on a copyright, patent, or trademark protection 
  • is considered obscene or inappropriate for the Library environment

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1. How much does printing cost?
Printing is free, however, we do limit usage to 7 hours of printing per family per month.

2. Can I print whatever I want?
We reserve to right to refuse any print for any reason. Some designs won't work with our printer. If we receive a model that won't work well with our printer we'll reach out to find alternatives, or see if we can make adjustments to the model.