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3D Printing Request
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The Process

After filling out the form, 3D print requests will be processed in the order received and include:

  • examining the model/.STL file for viability on the selected printer
  • conversion to G-Code for the selected printer
  • automatic support structure generation

We will calculate the cost of your project. You must approve the charge before your model is added to the print queue. Once approval is given, we will add your project to the print queue and provide an estimated availability time. When your model is complete, we will notify you via email.

Please submit your STL file to Richard Sexton,, at by one of the following 5 methods:

1) OneDrive

Log into Office 365 using your NetID and Password.
Go to OneDrive and upload the STL file to that location.
Directions for sharing files via OneDrive can be found on the Microsoft Office Support website.

2) Google Drive

Log into Google Drive
Upload the STL file to that location
Select the file and click the “share” icon
Enter Richard Sexton’s email
Click :”Send”


Log into vault using your UT email address and NetID Password
Upload the STL file to that location
Enter Richard’s email address
Click “Send Message”

4) Via email for files less than 25MB

Send the file to Richard Sexton

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