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Spring 2021:
  • Enter the library via the South or East Entrance.
  • The Market may be accessed from the East Entrance - check Market hours
  • Masks and Social Distancing are required while in the library.
  • 4th floor is closed.
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Innovation Studio

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Emerging Technologies

As of June 1st, 2020 the Innovation Studio will be available by appointment only and will only be serving one patron at a time. Please schedule an appointment


Prusa 3D printerMakergear M2 3D printer

3D Printing

We are ready to serve your 3D printing needs with two different 3D printers:

  • Makergear M2 printer creates models up to 7in x 9in x 7in (177.8mm x 228.6mm x 177.8mm)
  • PRUSA I3 printer creates models up to 9.84in x 8.3in x 8.3in (250mm x 210mm x 210mm)

Both 3D printers use reels of PLA (colors are changed periodically) that can be painted.

Submit 3D Print Request


3D Prints

3D print of Chacmool statue from Templo Mayor

Chacmool statue from Templo Mayor
printed on MakerGear
cyark.org Templo Mayor project

diner booth printed on 3D printer

Booth
printed on PRUSA

3D printed vase

Vase
printed on PRUSA

3D printed morse code telegraph

Morse Code Telegraph
printed on Makergear

3d printed nesting rings

Nesting Rings - upright and flat
printed on PRUSA

3D printed ribs

Ribs
printed on PRUSA

3D printed infant sized brain

Infant Sized Brain
printed on PRUSA

50% sized prosthetic hand printed on 3D printer

50% sized prosthetic hand
printed on PRUSA

camera lens holder printed on 3D printer

Camera Lens Holder
printed on PRUSA with PLA Pro Series in Pearl

fraction dice printed on 3D printer

Fraction Dice
printed on PRUSA

3D printed air spinner

Air Spinner - flat and upright
printed on PRUSA with PLA Pro Series in Pearl

3D printed snakes

Snakes
printed on PRUSA with two colors

dragon printed on 3D printer

Dragon
printed on PRUSA

gears printed on 3D printer

Gears
printed on PRUSA

wishing well printed on 3D printer

Wishing Well
printed on PRUSA
painted with acrylic paints

3D printed Chambers Library name plate

Chambers Library Name Plate
designed in Tinkercad and printed on Makergear
painted with acrylic paint


Project on Display

UCO students Dalton Jones and Israel Contreras demonstrate “In the Blink of an Eye” which aids in blinking for elderly and disabled patients. The trial and final prototypes for the device parts were printed on our Makergear M2 3D printer.