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McLennan Library

The McGill Research Commons has five 3D printers located in Research Common Room B (floor plan ), available free to current students and faculty after completion of mandatory training session. 3D printing equipment is available for booking at McLennan Library (HSSL). This service is available for free to current students and faculty. For more details, please check Here ; to check printer availability, please check Here .

Printer Quantity
Ultimaker 2+ Extended1
AirWolf AxiomE1
Matter and Form 3D scanner1

The Cube

The Cube is the largest student-run 3D-printing service at McGill University. Its main lab space is located on the second floor of the MacDonald Engineering Building, Room MD264 . There are currently five 3D printers in the lab, and two 3D scanners, servicing clients including students, professors, and even the general public can submit 3D printing orders to The Cube via the online ordering system found on the website.

A student technician uses 3D printing software to evaluate the submitted designs and then sends an quote to the customer. Once the price of the quote has been confirmed by the customer, the technician will put the print on the printer. When the print is complete, the customer can pay for and pick up their completed print at CopiEUS. The typical lead time of a print ranges from 2 days to 1 week.