3D Printing in Ridgewood?

Did you know that Ridgewood Public Library has a MakerBot 3D printer? The 3D printer can prints digital designs as 3D objects in a non-toxic biodegradable plastic called PLA (available in a variety of colors). 3D printing costs $0.20/gram and is available for use by Ridgewood Library cardholders.

How it Works:

  1. Create A Digital 3D Design with Open-Source Software
  2. Export Design in Appropriate Format & Print!

For more information, visit Ridgewood Public Library.



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