Answered By: Morgan Chivers
Last Updated: Nov 10, 2021     Views: 1

you'll need the design you want to print as a manifold/watertight STL 
Our staff will be happy to help you run the STL through the slicing software to prepare for 3D printing, and will help you decide on the settings to use based on the examples we've prepared and our experience helping others.
You can either come into the FabLab (1st floor of Central Library) and we'll help you first-come/first-served, or you can schedule a virtual consultation (https://libraries.uta.edu/services/fablab/face) whichever you prefer