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Submit a file for 3D printing

Bayside Libraries temporary closure

In the interest of our community’s health and safety and in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, all Bayside Libraries and the Bayside Gallery will close from 5pm 20/03/20 until further notice. Find out more about the closures.

During this period 3D printing will be unavailable.

How to access Bayside Library Services online

What's the process for 3D printing?

  1. Complete this form and upload your file.
  2. We test your file for errors, if there is an error we will contact you via email.
  3. If there are no errors you will receive an email confirmation that your printing request has been approved.
  4. Once the job is complete, you will be notified by email to collect it from your nominated branch.

Key information regarding this service

  • Print jobs that take longer than 4 hours will not be accepted.
  • Dimensions of objects for 3D print must be smaller than 240mm x 240mm x 340mm.
  • Only library staff have access to the 3D printer. Print jobs are moderated and manually queued.
  • There is no guarantee that a print job will be successful.
  • All customers must comply with the copyright laws of Australia.
  • Only standard PLA filament will be used for 3D printing.
  • Requests will be completed and ready for collection within 5 working days of the receipt of an error free file. 

To make sure your model is printed correctly, please review the full terms and conditions below.