Training and Equipment Reservations

Please click on the subject you wish to be trained in and fill out the form.

3D Printing
The Library desires to offer community access to its 3D printing technology. If you have an .stl file ready to be printed, please fill out the fields below. If possible, please upload the file to www.TinkerCAD.com prior to requesting an appointment. You will be contacted shortly after your submission is received. We will start your print job as soon as we can.
If you do not have a file and would like to know more, please visit our library class calendar for information on our next 3D printing class.
*This session assumes you have an .stl file ready to be 3D printed.
*During the pandemic please keep in mind that we are not working in the building on a regular basis. It may take several days to start printing. Please be patient.

The Library reserves the right to refuse any 3D print request.

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Advanced Computer Help
Advanced Computer Help sessions are for patrons with problematic computer issues, such as not being able to access email or the internet on a device, or wanting to learn how to speed up a system. Bring your laptop, tablet, phone, or use one of the library's computers.

Time will be coordinated with a Library Staff member after the request is submitted.

NOTE: This session assumes you are able to use a mouse and keyboard, and have used a computer/digital device before.

**The Library reserves the right to refuse any Advanced Computer Help request.
Training Request: Business
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Training Request: Catalog
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Training Request: Computers I: Mouse and Windows Skills
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Training Request: Computers II - Web Browser Basics
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Training Request: eBooks and Audiobooks
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Training Request: Email
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Training Request: Funding
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Training Request: iPads and Tablets
*This is not an eBook training.*
 
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Training Request: Resources
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Training Videos

3D Printing: 3D Design Apps


3D Printing: Submission Tutorial


3D Printer: Bibo 2


The Bibo 2 is a dual extruder 3D printer. Dual extruder printers can print objects using 2 different colored filaments. It uses ABS and PLA filament like the Flashforge Guider II, but it can produce more colorful objects in a single print. What makes the Bibo 2 unique compared to other dual extruder printers is that the extruders can also move independently, which gives the printer the ability to print matching objects at the same time, cutting production time in half.

3D Printer: Flashforge Guider II


3D Printer: Original Prusa


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Smart TV: Access Library Resources


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