3D printing is offered to current Southeast Missouri State University students, faculty, and staff within the College of Education, Health, and Human Studies. Other print requests will be considered based on certain conditions.
Thingsverse and MyMiniFactory are great resources for finding 3D print models that are compatible with the EDvolution Center 3D printers. Tinkercad is a great online tool for creating your own 3D models for 3D printing.
If you are unable to find what you are looking for at Thingiverse or MyMiniFactory, please provide additional information in the comments section of the form. All 3D print requests must be educational in nature. You will be notified via email once your 3D print request has been reviewed. We ask that requests be submitted three weeks prior to when the item(s) is needed. Note: Images cannot be 3D printed.
The EDvolution Center 3D Print Request
3D Printing Policy
The EDvolution Center offers 3D printing services to current Southeast students, faculty, and staff within the College of Education, Health, and Human Studies.* Submitted 3D print requests are subject to approval based on scheduling, availability, volume, and appropriateness of submitted items,** determined on a case-by-case basis. Items are printed in the order deemed appropriate by The EDvolution Center, based on a variety of factors including feasibility, duration of prints, availability of materials, and date(s) items are needed. Please allow three weeks from the time of request submission to receive your 3D printed item(s).
The EDvolution Center’s 3D printing service may only be used for lawful purposes. No one is permitted to create material that is:
- Prohibited by local, state, or federal law.
- Unsafe, harmful, dangerous, or poses an immediate threat to the well-being of others or the requestor. This includes firearms, rifles, shotguns, archery equipment, knives, and other weapons of any type. See the University policy about weapons on campus.
- In violation of another's intellectual property rights; such as material subject to copyright, patent, or trademark.
The EDvolution Center reserves the right to refuse any request.
The EDvolution Center cannot guarantee the quality or stability of printed items. Finishing steps such as removing rafts, support material, sanding, and other activities are the responsibility of the requestor.
*Other print requests will be considered based on scheduling, availability, volume, and appropriateness of the request.
**Items must be educational in nature. Please see the EDvolution 3D printing guidelines for more information.