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FSU 3D Printer Directory

This guide can be used to find more information about the 3D printers on and off FSU campus.

Goldstein Library contains the iSchool's Collaboratory - a developing makerspace for the FSU community. Several research pages are available online to learn about the technologies offered. While the 3D printers are not an official service, Ren will work with anyone interested in gaining 3D printing experience. Pop in to check out their equipment or contact Ren Saludo.

3D Equipment:

  • Lulzbot TAZ 6
    • large heated build plate
  • Dremel 3D20 and 3D40
    • Good resolution
  • 3D Systems Cube Prop Duo
    • Can print two different colors
  • Scanners
    • 3D Systems Sense
    • Xbox 360 Kinect

Other Equipment:

  • Raspberry Pi 512 MB (version 1.0)
    • Several peripherals

Additional Details:

  • Currently free to print with limitations
  • Geared more toward students, but will work with faculty and staff


  • In order to print, must schedule a design consultation with Ren
  • Will not print anything for profit, dangerous, or illegal
  • For lengthy prints, patrons are required to stay for the beginning of their print jobs
  • Can bring your own filament

Name: Collaboratory

Location: Goldstein Library
142 Collegiate Loop

Contact: Ren Saludo (

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