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Mechanical Engineering - 3D Printing

Produce, sell, buy

Once your model is complete and your file verified, your last step is to print it!

Several 3D printers are available in the Mechanical Engineering Department or in some technical societies. The Library also offers a 3D-printing service in partnership with PolyFab, Polytechnique’s Fab Lab where you'll find numerous computer-aided manufacturing tools and devices.

You can also buy your own printer from one of the manufacturers listed below or use an on-demand printing service.

These services usually offer a wide range of materials (plastic, metal, ceramic, etc.), some of which may be quite expensive. Some also offer a resale service, allowing you to market your creations to the general public, whether they are works of art, toys or even specialized machinery parts.


Some 3D-printer manufacturers
Models for the general public: Professional models:

3D Printing at the Library

Did you know? Your library offers low-cost 3D printing services!

Loyal to our mission to support teaching and research, we want to make this innovative technology accessible for its high educational and social potential.

Visit the 3D Printing page for more information.


Off-Campus Access to Documents

If you are a member of the Polytechnique Montréal community, you can access all of the Library’s electronic subscription resources from off-campus by configuring our proxy server in your browser. Direct access to some of our resources (without configuring the proxy) is also available through the links marked by an arrow Green arrow in our list of all databases.

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Send your questions to the Library Computer Technicians.

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