Bring an Idea to Life with 3D Printing

Even though the Medical Library is closed for renovations, 3D printing is still available. Want to have something printed? Here is what you do:

Email a link from a 3D printing file repository — Thingiverse, YouMagine, NIH 3D Print Exchange, etc. — or attach your file (.STL or .OBJ extensions only) to

Want to try creating something yourself? Tinkercadan easy-to-use online 3D CAD design tool, is a good place to start.

We will take a look at the request and consult with you about printability, size, resolution, color, and timeframe. Then when it is ready to be picked up, we will send you an email.

Currently, there is no charge for smaller print jobs.