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3D Printing!: Cavalry Hill Mobile 3D Printer Cart

I'm certain that you've at least heard of 3D printing, right? But maybe you don't know much about it. Well, worry no more, you've come to the right place. This guide is intended to answer some common questions related to 3D printing.


Special thanks to SPORE Huntsville for assembling and donating our mobile 3D Printer cart which was made possible thanks to a grant from Toyota Motors of North America. 3D filament provided by Rocket City 3D.

Printer Overview
Original Prusa i3 MK3an intelligently designed open-source 3D printer that can anticipate a problem before it becomes a problem packed with features such as optical filament sensor; crash detectionpower failure backup/recovery; fully automatic bed leveling, flexible, removable magnetic print heatbed; and 9 points auto calibration. 
Slicing & Printing

While the Prusa i3 MK3 is adaptable to multiple slicing software optionswe use Prusa Control -- the simple, novice-friendly alternative to Slic3r PE -- both can be downloaded for free.

G-code files can also be saved to an SD card and printed directly from the 3D printer. 
The Original Prusa i3 MK3 has a medium build volume, limiting print sizeto 9.8 x 8.3 x 8 inches (xyz). The Cavalry Hill Library prints only with PLA and colors are limited by availability.



Bunny Pulling Carrot Doorstop (Printed in white, then painted with acrylic paint)

Tree Frog

Fortnite Skin "Drift" on V-Buck

Miniature Medieval Knight 

Stained Glass Window

Brick Wall

Fleur de Lis Napkin Ring

Fleur de Lis Medallion 

Custom Keychain