3D printing is the technology of creating, by adding superimposed layers or fused deposition modeling (MDF), three-dimensional objects. This technology allows makers to print parts with different properties for later assembly.

Fused deposition modeling devices can be used in our makerspace. The manufacturing material used is lactic polyacid (PLA) or extrusion polyethylene terephthalate glycol copolyester (PETG).

We have a total of eight 3D printers, six of the Creality Ender-3 model and two BQ Witbox 2. Two of these printers are available for use by users who have completed the Introduction to 3D Printing Course that we carry out in our facilities. You can check the process of booking these printers here.

To make good use and ensure the correct operation of the printers and the room, we ask you to consult the regulations for the use of 3D printers before starting.

You can consult the general Bibliomaker regulations in our section WHAT IS IT ?.

If you want to know more about our courses and sign up to be able to use them as if they were yours, click here. Hurry up, places are very limited!