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3D Printing

Welcome to DU3D print lab – a state of the art 3D printing facility, utilising Polyjet and FDM Technologies. DU3D print lab provides access to high-end technologies in product realisation for students, industry and the wider Deakin community.

Whether you want to learn the technology and methods yourself or need some additional expertise on your next project, we are here to help.

Spaces and open times

The 3D printing lab KE1.201 is open from 9am–3pm weekdays.

No after-hours access is available.

Access the lab

To obtain student access to the lab and its equipment you must first complete the inductions provided to you. If you are unsure of anything or have other enquiries including research support, please contact the technical team listed below.

To obtain access to the lab and its equipment, please refer to commencing a project.

You must complete the following prior to using the laboratories:

Printing your parts

To 3D-print your parts, the tech team requires compatible STL files to print from. Please follow the steps in the video to create dimensionally-correct STL files in Fusion 360.

Exporting STL files for 3D printing

Learn how to correctly export your files for 3D printing.

Send your 3D printing STL files to:

For print times over 3 hours, please utilise after-hours time slots from 4pm (maximum 15 hours) or send your STL files to the relevant email.

3D Printing team
Robynne Hall
Technical Coordinator 

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