3D Printing Program

The Library's 3D Printing Program is a self-service shared resource among NIST, NTIA and NOAA patrons. Details about the program can be found below:

Contact Anna McDevitt for questions or to reserve your spot in a training.

A 3D printer can assist your research by helping to visualize the environment (or changes therein) or to create customized prototypes and parts. Please see examples below:

Lulzbot Taz6
  • Bathymetry
  • Shorelines
  • Hurricane patterns
  • Geothermal maps
  • Topography
  • Relief maps
  • Sea levels
  • Sample collection parts
  • Wind turbine parts
  • Electric motors
  • Electronic mounts
  • Optic mounts
  • Drone parts
  • Molecular structures
  • Radiation spectrometer
  • Radiation shield parts
  • Pyranometer parts
  • Solar tracker parts
  • Solar motor parts