The Travelin' Librarian Tech A Map of 3D Printers in Libraries

A Map of 3D Printers in Libraries

Amanda Goodman is creating a Google Map of libraries with 3D printers. So far there are a lot of missing pins so, if you’ve got a 3D printer in your library, head on over to the Map, and add your pin.

Note: I’ve embedded the live map above, so if by the time you read this there is a pin or two in Nebraska, that explains why I said there wasn’t.

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8 thoughts on “A Map of 3D Printers in Libraries”

  1. East Palo Alto Library, 2415 University Avenue Suite 1, East Palo Alto, CA 94303

  2. East Palo Alto LIbrary has a 3D printer. How do I add a pin to the map?

  3. Claire says:

    Downers Grove Library and Brookfield Public Library have new 3D printers

  4. Don Bancroft says:

    I love this site. I volunteer at the Brookfield Public Library in IL. I’ll add a pin.
    We just got a new Type A printer and a Monoprice Mini Select. after an old Makerbot went kaput.
    We have a 3D Printing club that meets the first Wednesday of every month at 6:30 PM. All ages are welcome, kids with an adult. The library accepts .stl files from patrons by email for printing, contact them for details.

  5. Edgar Madriz says:

    This is in accurate. Not all of them are free. And you just can use them. Some are classes you have to take in order to gain access.

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