AMIST Print Farm

Links and general information for printing at AMIST Print Farm

Sophie, co-op student, works with 3D prints in the DLP resin process.The AMIST Print Farm is now available for use by UofL students, faculty and staff for obtaining 3D printed parts via Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) and Vat Photopolymerization (SLA). 

Prints should be requested via AMIST Print Farm Link

Here are guidelines for printing with FFF.  DESIGN RULES for FFF PRINTING and ULTIMATE GUIDE for FFF

For SLA Design Guidelines please review the information at the following website:  SLA 3D PRINTING.

AMIST staff will review parts and will discuss with user as needed.  The parts with support structures still attached will be taken off the build plate and you will be notified by AMIST via email that your print is ready.  The user will be responsible for support removal, etc.

Please feel free to email with any questions.

Jack, co-op student, leveling the build plate to begin the FFF 3D print process.