Latest addition to the WDL Makerspace:
Both teachers and students can use the Cameo to cut different mediums - scrapbook, vinyl, cardstock, etc. Instead of the same font from the die cut machine, teachers can download different fonts to create bulletin boards and other classroom decorations.
What is a 3D printer?
The 3-D printer uses melted plastic to produce objects designed on a computer.
Some people want to see a 3D printer in action, and others wish to be more involved. Select the category below that fits your needs.
How can I view the 3D Printer in action?
Check the online calendar for the current schedule of 3D printer demos. Visit the Library at any of the listed times, and unless there has been an unexpected cancellation, you can see the 3D printer in action.
How do I get to use the 3D printer?
While I make every effort to schedule as soon as possible, please ask for a time at least 48 hours in advance.
To schedule an appointment with the library media specialist for training, please check the online calendar for the current schedule of 3D printer demos. Please select at least 2 days and times that you are able to come for training and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment.
Cost: Puckett students and teachers do not pay to use 3D printing services for academic purposes; however, charges for non-academic printing will be based on material usage.
FORMULA = 2lb/$75 x amount of filament/cost
KEY CHAIN EXAMPLE: 2/$75 x .065/X | 2X = 4.875 | X = $2.45