Get Creative: Try Out 3D Printing

Did you know that the Cleveland Public Library has a 3D printer? 3D printing can be used to create anything from jewelry and sculptures to architectural models. Prints can range from artistic to functional, all based on the user’s creativity and needs.

The cost for printing is $0.05 per gram of plastic used and the library can give you an estimate prior to printing your model. Most medium sized models run about $5.00.

They also hold classes in 3D printing every second Monday of the month at 11am. The session is free and open to the public just call to register at (216) 623-2980.

For more information, visit Cleveland Public Library


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