· Books for Adults & Youth
· Large Print Books
· Access to Braille and Talking Books
· Audio Books (CD)
· Downloadable E-Books and Audiobooks
· Magazines & Newspapers
· Zoo & State Park Passes
· Genealogy Collections
· Meeting Rooms (free for public, non-profit meetings)
· Study Rooms
· Wireless Internet
· Programs for Adults & Youth
· Summer Reading Programs
· Voter Registration
Fee Based Services
· Books .20 per day
· DVDs .20 per day
books are FINE FREE!
Copies and Printouts
· Black and White .25 per page
· Color .50 per page
· Local & Toll Free .50 (up to 5 pages)
· In State $2.00 (up to 5 pages)
· Long Distance $3.00 (up to 5 pages)
(.25 per each additional page)
Notary $2.00 per stamp
Laminating $1.00 per foot
Ear buds $2.00
Jump Drives (14gb) $5.00
Test Proctoring $15.00
Projectors; Screens $10.00
Meeting Rooms (for personal and business use) $300.00
3D Printing (see below for details and pricing)
3D Printing at the Library
Roddenbery Memorial Library has a Flashforge Adventurer 4 Pro 3D printer available for public use located next to the Teen Desk.
Note: You must be a PINES library card holder to use the 3D printer.
How much does it cost?
3D Printing is currently 15 cents per gram of filament used in the printing process, with a minimum charge of $1.
Payment is not due until the project is completed.
What can be printed?
All printing is done with PLA, a bioplastic made of corn. Due to the properties of this material, it is not recommended to print anything that needs to be heat-resistant or very strong.
What cannot be printed?
You cannot create material that is:
Prohibited by local, state or federal law.
Unsafe, harmful, dangerous or an immediate threat to the well-being of others.
Obscene or otherwise inappropriate for the Library environment.
Depending on demand, length of time required for printing, and available resources, the Library may limit the number of print jobs per day per person or entity. If a print job is estimated to take a significant amount of time to print, we may not be able to print it. The library retains the right to refuse any print request for any reason.
Who can operate the printer?
Only library staff have hands-on access to the 3D printers.
To view the complete 3D Printing Policy, click here.
How to get an object printed?
Create a file
Export your object file with an .stl extension.
Need help with the conversion? Just bring your file on a flash drive to one of our friendly librarians for assistance!
PLEASE NOTE: The library will print your file as is. If you need help optimizing or troubleshooting, just ask for help before submitting.
Submit a print request
Save your 3D printing file on a USB flash drive.
You can fill out our online 3D Print Request Form or come into the library during open hours to submit your flash drive and fill out the 3D Print Request Form. Staff will ensure the model is ready for printing before you leave. It is recommended that you create a backup of the file before submitting your flash drive.
You will have to indicate on the request form that you have read and understand the Library’s 3D Printing Policy.
Collect your print
You will be notified when your print job is ready by the contact method included on the request form.
You have 10 days to collect the object and your USB flash drive from the library during open hours. After 10 days, both items become property of the library.
PLEASE NOTE: Print jobs that are “complete” may not always be “successful.” The library will still notify you when your print is done even if it does not come out perfectly. Re-prints will only be available in the event of machine malfunction. Failed prints due to errors within the 3D model will still be charged for materials used.