The professional-level 3D printers in the Invention Studio are open for students to use when high dimensional accuracy is required for parts. Typical usage scenarios include research projects and design courses (ie Capstone). There is a cost associated with using the printers; the Invention Studio has a number of hobby-level printers that are free to use.
Please refer to the Equipment Info page for more information on the printers that the Invention Studio currently maintains, as well as cost and capabilities for each.
To submit a job, simply fill out the form below and upload your .STL model files. Please note that print jobs may be rejected if the model can more easily be created by another process besides printing. Clint Rhinehart currently maintains the printer queue for the professional printers.
If you need a part printed for senior design or a research lab on campus submit your file in STL format to Clint Rinehart using THIS page. Otherwise fill out THIS form and submit your file in STL format to Clint Rinehart using THIS page. Also, this should be filled out by your finance department if you are in a Georgia Tech department other than ME.
The lab reserves all rights to reject your parts if we deem it better produced by another method.