3D Printing | Priontáil 3T
How To Use our 3D Printers
We have five Ultimaker 2+ 3D printers across our library service located at:
- Reference Library, City Library Grand Parade
- Children's and Teens' Library, City Library Grand Parade
- Bishopstown Library
- Hollyhill Library
- Glanmire Library
Please watch our video on how to use them:
You can use the 3D printer to print 3D models you have downloaded or created yourself. You can download models from www.thingiverse.com, www.myminifactory.com, www.youmagine.com, or www.ultimaker.com.
You can create your own design online on 3D design websites such as Tinkercad.
Download free CURA software. Designs need to be run through the CURA software in order to be read by the Ultimaker 2+.
Save your design to an SD card and give it to a staff member to be printed. Please save your design on another device at home as well.
Maximum print time: 7 hours
Fair usage policy applies. Maximum of 1 job per week, depending on demand.
Please be advised that we do not allow printing of weapons, parts of weapons, illegal items, or items that are likely to cause offense.
Please download our Cork City Libraries 3D Printing Policy for further information.
If you want to print, please fill out a 3D Printing Request Form in advance. Forms are available in the library.
Contact staff for further information:
- Reference Library (021) 492 4911
- Children's and Teens' Library (021) 492 4903
- Bishopstown Library (021) 492 4950
- Hollyhill Library (021) 492 4928
- Glanmire Library (021) 238 9795
Cork City Libraries 3D files
Print your own souvenir Rory Gallagher Music Library guitar picks from our Tinkercad page. Free to download and use!
National Heritage Week - 3D files
Three original 3D files created to celebrate our natural heritage - bat charm, otter bookmark, bee pencil top.
Bee Pencil Top
Please note this design fits round pencils 8.5mm in diameter. Feel free to tinker different sizes and shapes.
Print your own Red the library bird phone stand
Keyrings and Bookmarks