3D printing brings your ideas to life with an endless opportunity for creativity! Create a design and bring it to life with the 3D printer in the BIL at the Hebron Branch.
A BCPL library card in good standing is needed to use the equipment in the BIL. Don’t have one? Stop by any of our locations to sign up!
A 3D printer melts plastic, and then layer by layer builds an item from a computer file. The 3D printers at the BIL use PLA plastic filament to print smaller items like miniatures, figurines, toys, tools, bowls, vases and more.
It’s easy to get started with 3D printing and designing by using online resources. Search for free 3D downloadable files or design one yourself. Then make an appointment at the BIL and watch your creation come to life!
Prints small items in PLA plastic in a variety of colors for 10 cents a gram. Prints must take less than 12 hours to print and must be picked up within 5 days of completion.
Boone Innovation Lab Details
Located at the Main Library in Burlington and the Hebron Branch in Hebron, the BIL is a place to create, learn, and preserve memories. For more information or to reserve equipment visit Boone Innovation Lab. Appointments are required.
Boone Innovation Lab Equipment
green screen (Hebron)
microphones with POP filter (Hebron)
photo cube light set-up (Hebron)
media conversion station (Main)
sewing machine (Hebron)
quilting machine (Hebron)
embroidery machine (Hebron)
3D printer (Main and Hebron)
Cricut (Main and Hebron)
3D scanner and 3D pens (coming soon)
laser cutter (Main and Hebron)
poster printer (Hebron) sublimation printer (Main) heat press (Main)
iMac with Adobe Creative Suite (coming soon)
Wacom tablet (Hebron)
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