You must comply with the Provost's fair dealing guidelines when you photocopy copyright-protected works.
Most libraries have printers. Find a printer in the central libraries. Most libraries accept your TCard or guest print/copy card at a cost of $0.15 per page for a black and white page. Colour print jobs are more expensive, sometimes $1 per page.
Who needs a guest card to print or copy?
Anyone with a:
- Direct borrower card
- Research reader card
- Alumni reader card
- Alumni research reader card
- Alumni ID card
Once you get 3D printing certified, you can reserve time with the 3D printer in Gerstein Science Information Centre's MAD Lab (Room B112). It costs $1.50 for each half hour reserved on the printer. More information.
3D Printing in the Robarts Digital Studio
The Robarts Digital Studio is equipped with 2 LulzBot TAZ 6 3D printers. All students, faculty, and staff who hold a valid TCard can use the 3D Printers in the Robarts Digital Studio.
How do I use the printers?
- Obtain certification to operate the 3D printers at the certification course in the Digital Studio.
- Sign safety and liability waivers.
- Pass a 3D printing knowledge test.
- Reserve a 3D printer through the group study room booking website.
Make an appointment to use the 3D scanner at Gerstein Science Information Centre's MAD Lab (Room B112) by emailing gerstein.3Dprinting@utoronto.ca or firstname.lastname@example.org. It's free to use, but we recommend you get 3D printing certified first. More information.