Meet Leonardo Leonardo da Printi, our new 3D Printer, which was donated by OSF Little Company of Mary HealthCare! Using a 3D printer is about learning, testing the limits of your creativity, finding new solutions to old problems, and participating in a rapidly changing and growing field of technology. 
 Leonardo da Printi 

Learning Sessions:

Attend one of our sessions to learn more about this technology; how you can use it for fun and for practical solutions.

Click here to view a listing of our 3D printer sessions and to register.

Objects we have made for our patrons so far:

  • replacement part for a dishwasher
  • bookends
  • game pieces
  • trophy

How do I get something printed?

Community members can submit print requests via email for printing. Submitted designs can be original creations by a user or files downloaded from online 3D print galleries. 3D print requests must be submitted to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. as an .stl file.

How much does it cost?

There is a charge of 10 cents per 1 gram of materials used to print an object including supports and rafts

Do I need to be an EP resident to take advantage of this great service?

3D printing services are available to Evergreen Park residents and non-residents with priority given to residents on a first-come, first-serve basis.

How to I find out more information?

Click here to view our 3D Printer Policy.


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