one of our most popular requests!


Last year’s student manager printed 3D pieces to build his own Stormtrooper helmet.

The Game of Thrones throne was an interesting piece of printing.

Last winter we had printed a snowman family, with snowflakes for them to rest their cold souls upon.


Bubble pipes

Windshield scraper

Gear hearts for Valentines Day.



Arts & Sciences student needed some bones for a class presentation.

Another class project involved fingers for a mechanical hand.


Here’s how the finger looked when being prepped for printing with our slicing software.

This class project was a liquid dispenser.

First a tiny prototype was printed to show the shape could be handled


Then we printed the final product in its actual size.

Flower-shaped shower head.

Anthropology student brought us a digital file of a skull that turned out pretty well.


Engineering student project

Design for another engineering project, being prepped for the printer

The final print of the project


The Makerbot robot is another popular request.

This silver ball was designed by a student for his class final.

Present for a student’s mother.


Design project for a final presentation.

First print on the Printrbot: nice cellphone case.

Psychology student asked us to print different brains created by MRIs of patients, for their class projects.


Two more brains.

This was the first part of a several piece project for an Arts & Sciences student.

Engineering student split up his work between here and the EN School.


Thingiverse file of a city inside the moon.

A Google image file of a mask was dropped into our Cura software and resulted in this interesting print. The easel it sits on was another print from the same printer.

Easy to organize around here: just print out the pencil and tool holders as needed


When our Dremel isn’t busy cleaning 3D prints it rests in a 3D-printed rack

When STS found out our frontdesk lampshades were no longer available for ordering we printed our own.