'Email & Collect' 3D printing service

Do you need something printed in 3D? While the Makerspace remains closed, we are offering an 'Email & Collect' service for 3D printing. Here's how it'll work:

  1. Email your 3D objects file (.stl) to library.facilities@rmit.edu.au
  2. Someone from the Makerspace team will contact you to discuss the details of your request.
  3. Once your printed object is ready, we will let you know to come and collect it from the Swanston Library.

Available for RMIT students and staff only.

About Makerspace

The City Campus Library Makerspace is a place where you can explore your creativity, design and make stuff. We give you access to a growing selection of tools and equipment to help you experiment and problem-solve. While we provide some support, the idea is for you to learn by doing. Come as an individual or in a group to work on your projects. It is free for all RMIT students and staff.

There are of course some important safety rules and guidelines to follow to keep you and other makers safe, and the equipment in working order.

Location and hours

Street address: Building 14, Level 3, Room 132. The main entrance is on Franklin Street will remain closed. Access via Building 14 only.

Getting there: Transport and parking information.

Hours: Thursday and Friday, 9am-3pm. Closed on weekends and public holidays. See the hours in the calendar view.

Wheelchair access

Access to the lower level of the Makerspace is available from the entrance on Franklin Street. 

Access to the upper level is via the Mobility Access Lift situated to the right of the escalator at the Swanston Street entrance to Building 12 and 14. Ground Level is 2B. Please take the lift to Level 3 and turn left at the end of the corridor.

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