From KSL Television:
“We are printing 24/7 right now, but we haven’t been doing that for a long time so we are still identifying how to deal with it,” said IT supervisor TJ Ferrill [at the J. Willard Marriott Library].
The cost is $5 a cubic inch, Ferrill said. Depending on the size of the project, it could take a few hours to print.
The Huntsman Cancer Institute printed a mold for a prosthetic foot, Ferrill said. The plastic and plaster process can be thousands of dollars, but the printer made it happen for a few hundred.
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Learn More: Marriott Library’s 3D Printer Information Page