Please note that procedures governing the use of the Library’s 3D printers are subject to change.
When submitting a 3D print job, you will be asked to complete a request form and sign agreement form. The agreement reads:
I acknowledge that my item(s) adhere to copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material and to Lafayette College’s computer use policies. I understand that the Library reserves the right to decline a print request that does not comply with the Library printing policy or takes longer than 7 hours to print.
I understand that the Library cannot guarantee a print time, however staff may be able to provide an estimate based upon the print queue length.
I understand that priority is given to students and also to class assignments; other requests will also be honored in the order received.
I understand that items printed that are not picked up with 14 days with become the property of the Library. Items must be picked up by the individual who printed them.
Any items listed under the Weapons and Hazardous Materials (pg. 17) of the student handbook or any items deemed unsafe by library staff will not printed.
It is the responsibility of the patron to insure that the print has all necessary supports for printing.