New 3D printing facilities at the Library!

3D-printed objects like small skyscrapers, an octopus, and a person's nameThe Robertson Media Center (RMC) in Clemons Library has opened a new 3D printing space, open to all members of the UVA community.

The 3D Printing Studio is equipped with seven 3D printers (three Makerbot replicator plus, two Ultimaker 3, and two Taz 6) and six desktop computers. The service is open and free to all patrons of the University, regardless of skill level or field of study.

A glass wall showing workspaces, computers, and equipment in a room

The Clemons 3D printing studio is located on third floor of Clemons library.

The studio open every week from Monday to Friday from 3pm to 9pm.  Initial training is required prior to reserving and using the 3D Printing Studio for the first time—sign up for a training here.

Want more info? Ask at the Robertson Media Center front desk or email

Not enough printing for you? Good news—there’s more!

In addition to the new RMC studio, the Library also offers 3D printing technology through the Scholars’ Lab! Find out more about the Makerspace and check the 3D printing calendar for availability.

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