3D Printing

3D printing, or rapid prototyping, is a manufacturing process that works by building objects layer by layer. With this technology, anyone can create prototypes, replacement parts, toys, and more. 3D Hubs answers some basic questions about what 3D printing is and how it works.

Ready to Print?

We offer remote 3D printing services to Meridian Library and other LYNX! Consortium cardholders. If you would like to have something 3D printed, use the form below to upload a file and submit a request.

Prints are subject to our fabrication policy. We have some materials available at cost.

Home delivery of 3D prints is available for Meridian residents only. Residents outside our service area will pick up prints at our Cherry Lane location.

Make an appointment or email us if you have questions or would like to discuss your project before uploading it. 

Our 3D Printers

3D printing with dual extrusion and open filament system 

  • Build Volume: 215 × 215 × 200 mm
  • File types: STL, OBJ, 3MF
  • Software: Cura
  • Materials:
    • PLA
    • Support material

3D printing with automatic material handling, efficient air filtering, and filament humidity control

  • Build Volume: 330 x 240 x 300 mm
  • File Types: STL, OBJ, 3MF
  • Software: Cura
  • Materials: 
    • PLA
    • Nylon
    • TPU
    • PETG
    • Support material

SLA 3D printing with high precision up to 200 microns

  • Build Volume: 145 × 145 × 175 mm
  • File types: STL, OBJ, 3MF
  • Software: PreForm
  • Materials:
    • Clear photopolymer resin
    • Tough photopolymer resin

File Submission Form