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Fairfax Library 3d printer
Posted by: juanvaldez ()
Date: November 21, 2017 10:45AM

Sherwood and Pohick apparently have 3d printers, but there doesn't seem to be much detail online as to the costs to use them, or how you access them.

Anyone have experience with them?

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Re: Fairfax Library 3d printer
Posted by: The answer is........ ()
Date: November 21, 2017 12:48PM

juanvaldez Wrote:
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> Sherwood and Pohick apparently have 3d printers,
> but there doesn't seem to be much detail online as
> to the costs to use them, or how you access them.
>
> Anyone have experience with them?

I have never actually used the printers at any FCPL, but I can safely guess that to access them you will need to enter the library during the posted hours of operation, and pay the posted fees to use the duplication equipment.

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Re: Fairfax Library 3d printer
Posted by: soul brother #1 ()
Date: November 22, 2017 07:04AM

I want to print out duplicate models of my BBC....
wills this b allowed?
More white womens can enjoy me, even if I’m at the free clinic or in jail.

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Re: Fairfax Library 3d printer
Posted by: juanvaldez ()
Date: November 22, 2017 12:53PM

soul brother #1 Wrote:
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> I want to print out duplicate models of my
> BBC....
> wills this b allowed?
> More white womens can enjoy me, even if I’m at
> the free clinic or in jail.

Only one way to find out!

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Re: Fairfax Library 3d printer
Posted by: I'm Sure ()
Date: November 23, 2017 12:50AM

soul brother #1 Wrote:
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> I want to print out duplicate models of my
> BBC....
> wills this b allowed?
> More white womens can enjoy me, even if I’m at
> the free clinic or in jail.

I'm sure they'll let you do that. After all, porn sites are not blocked on the library computers. Enjoy!

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Re: Fairfax Library 3d printer
Posted by: DanGolfy ()
Date: January 20, 2020 01:57PM

I don’t know details about the 3d printer. But I think it’s better to have your own printer at home. You don’t depend on anyone, you can print as much as you want and when you want. I don’t need a 3d printer cause I have a inkjet one. I bought last year the hp cf217a printer. I needed it for work, as I am a student I print a lot. A friend of mine helped me to choose and buy the printer and all I need for it on https://www.mrdepot.ca. It may be useful for you. I am not going to library to print anymore.

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Re: Fairfax Library 3d printer
Posted by: the real burning question ()
Date: January 21, 2020 11:24AM

If I print a few 80% AR15 lower receivers using FCPL equipment can I expect a vist from FCPD? I dont see how they can do anything to stop me legally... Thoughts?

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Re: Fairfax Library 3d printer
Posted by: smarter than the genitals ()
Date: January 21, 2020 01:57PM

I've saw the 3D printer at work at the Pohick Library a couple of years ago, it takes about 2 hours to print a plastic trinket the size of a cracker jack prize.

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Re: Fairfax Library 3d printer
Posted by: GlicerinEBAG ()
Date: January 22, 2020 10:33AM

DanGolfy Wrote:
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> I don’t know details about the 3d printer. But I think it’s better to have your own printer at home. You don’t depend on anyone, you can print as much as you want and when you want. I don’t need a 3d printer cause I have a inkjet one. I bought last year the hp cf217a printer. I needed it for work, as I am a student I print a lot. A friend of mine helped me to choose and buy the printer and all I need for it on https://www.mrdepot.ca. It may be useful for you. I am not going to library to print anymore.

Owning a printer is always better than using a printing company.

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Re: Fairfax Library 3d printer
Posted by: Charlie322 ()
Date: June 16, 2020 09:47AM

A 3D printer makes 3 dimensional solid objects right from a printer. There are endless possibilities for creative 3D objects that our students can make.I believe that some fields of knowledge will benefit substantially from this new technology as mechanics, medicine, construction, architecture, etc. However, in other areas such as social sciences, its impact will be less.

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Re: Fairfax Library 3d printer
Posted by: Independentman ()
Date: June 16, 2020 09:49AM

I am using Monoprice Voxel 3D printer, it is having an excellent print quality and a fast print, even if there are some lackluster software problems and wifi problems it is very good.

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Re: Fairfax Library 3d printer
Posted by: Nimbus ()
Date: June 16, 2020 10:03AM

The 3D printer uses electricity to operate. Of course you must go during stated business hours to request permission to use said 3D printer. If you are given permission to operate said 3D printer it must never be used for nefarious purposes including, but not limited to, copyright infringment, child porn, tax evasion and/or any terrorist related activity. All stated costs, surcharges and fees, if applicable, are your responsibilty as are any time or voulme of materials printed limits.

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Re: Fairfax Library 3d printer
Posted by: Danny ()
Date: June 22, 2020 11:32AM

jamieduffy Wrote:
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It's been a while since I used the Sherwood 3d printer and I already don't remember how much it was, but it was pretty hard to use it. I needed it to print my impression 3D paris and as much as I remember I had to pay all the duplication equipment. Now I found a much easier and quicker way to 3d print all my projects and I plan on getting my own 3d printer because I need it often and it would be much cheaper also to have it home. There should be a phone number where you could find out this information, so try this option.

Thanks. I couldn't find the phone though. I also used to use this 3d printer, but now I already moved a little bit further, so it's not so convenient

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Re: Fairfax Library 3d printer
Posted by: Boycotter of things ()
Date: June 22, 2020 12:29PM

3D printers are made by whites who are descendants of people who exploited slaves.
Why, I wouldn't be surprised if they are racist whites who own stuff.

Please boycott them.

Thank you for your cooperation.

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Re: Fairfax Library 3d printer
Posted by: AndrewRoss ()
Date: October 02, 2020 03:13AM

Ahah, dude, it seems to me that you are in the past because there is a huge variety of 3D printers on the Internet and you can even find great models for Amazon or ebay. In addition, now it has become so common that you can even open a business and make excellent profits on it. The only problem is that for this you need to carefully study the 3d printing materials market and only then you can draw some conclusions ... It is very easy because there are such articles and there is a lot of useful information ...

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Re: Fairfax Library 3d printer
Posted by: GlicerinEBAG ()
Date: January 13, 2021 09:31AM

Even though I wish I had a 3d printer, I do not have it, and I cannot afford it at the moment. A few years ago, I started my career in architecture, and having a printer destined for architects was crucial. I think that everyone should proceed like me. I had no clue how to choose a printer and what should I pay attention to. When I decided to buy it, the first thing I fought about was where to find a guide about printers for architects and thus to make sure I will make the right choice. Thankfully I stumbled on this site mouse-box.com and found all the information I was looking for. Such guides are crucial and very important.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/14/2021 03:13AM by GlicerinEBAG.

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