3D Printing for all MU Students and Faculty
This is the webpage for Print Anything at MU. We are an IIF funded pilot program for the University of Missouri, oriented towards providing access to 3D Printing. Everyone from 3D Printing veterans to people with no experience are invited to use our service. Our staff will guide you through the process and provide you with a price estimate based on the size of your print.
Where should I go to find the 3D Printing service?
Print Anything is located up the stairs from speaker's circle in Ellis Library. Any questions about 3D printing email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
How can I have something 3D Printed?
Contact us by email with your file attached and we will attempt to provide you with a price quote. It would also be benifical to provide a brief description of the part and the intended size.
What do I need to know before I submit a 3D print job?
In order to print something, you will need a ".stl" file. This is a form of 3D model that is specially used in 3D printing.
You will provide payment when you pick up your print from the Library Service Desk. We accept checks, cash, student charge, and other MO Codes. Turnaround time estimated 3-4 days depending on demand.
What size and color available for 3D Printing?
Max print dimensions 255 W x 205 H x 205 D mm (10″W x 8″H x 8″D)
An additional fee may be applied based on specialty filament if used during the printing process.
Colors currently available: Black, white, silver, yellow, red, green, purple, pink, orange, and blue. Do not be afraid to ask for a color that is not listed, if demand for a particular color is high enough, we may purchase additional offerings.
What does it cost to have something 3D Printed?
Our pricing is based on the type of material used, the amount needed, and the time required to print it. Most prints will fall into the $5.00-$10.00 range. If your print is small, we will charge a baseline $5.00 for prints that amount to less than $5.00 in order to cover the costs of our student workers.
Don't have a file of your own?
Feel free to look online. Many resources are available that provide access to free file sharing of 3D models or 3D file checking. Such websites include: