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Best Way To 3-D Print Without Draining Your Bank Account

Interested in 3-D printing but don’t have $1,000 to blow? The main branch of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County has a solution. The library’s MakerSpace aims to foster creativity, learning and collaboration by providing upscale equipment like 3-D printers, Canon DSLR cameras, laser engravers, sewing stations and an audio conversion booth. The best part? Machines are completely free to use, and additional materials like acrylic, printing resin and flash drives are available onsite for minimal fees. Print anything you can imagine and design, from toys and piggy banks to coat hooks and a citrus juicer. If you have a library card, book a station in advance to ensure your creative endeavors go unhindered. 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Wednesday. Free to use. Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, Main Branch, 800 Vine St., Downtown,

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