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Copy, print, scan

Copy

Photocopying is $0.10 per page. Find a photocopier in the central libraries.

You must comply with the Provost's fair dealing guidelines when you photocopy copyright-protected works.

Print

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.

Send a document to the printers from one of the library's computers or from your laptop at selected locations.

Who needs a guest card to print or copy?

Anyone with a:

Scan

Scanning is free at most libraries.  You will need a USB key to scan. Find a scanner at one of the central libraries or check with individual libraries about where their scanners are located.

3D printing

3D printer

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?

  1. Obtain certification to operate the 3D printers at the certification course in the Digital Studio.
  2. Sign safety and liability waivers.
  3. Pass a 3D printing knowledge test.
  4. Reserve a 3D printer through the group study room booking website.

See more details on 3D printing in the Robarts Digital Studio.

3D scanning

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 mad.lab@utoronto.ca.  It's free to use, but we recommend you get 3D printing certified first.  More information.