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3D Printing


20180709 3Dprinters imageWe have four 3D printers, two each at our Waipawa and Waipukurau Libraries.

3D print technology empowers our community with the capacity to design, customise and build their own goods.

We are offering project-based learning workshops, where you can get involved in the process of concept to finished object, pulling a creation from the virtual world or designing your own and turning it into a physical object.

Learn how to use design software to solve problems and create solutions.

Workshops commence Tuesday 12th March 6-8pm Waipawa Library

All levels of experience and expertise are welcome.
Contact the library to register your interest on 8578123


For 3D printing services please contact the Library.20180709 3Dprinters children

  • Our UP Box printers have a fully enclosed print area, which is especially important when children are about. The printers have a HEPA air filtration system to keep our users from being exposed to any ultra-fine particles that can be emitted whilst printing. They are also supplied, serviced and supported by a New Zealand based company.

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