3-D Printing Policies
SoIC 3-D Print Facilities may only be used for lawful purposes, so it is not permitted to use SOIC 3-D printers to create prints that are:
- prohibited by local, state or federal law;
- unsafe, harmful, dangerous or considered by SOIC staff to pose an immediate threat to the well-being of others;
- considered by SoIC staff to be obscene or otherwise inappropriate for the academic environment;
- in violation of another’s intellectual property rights. For example, the printers will not be used to reproduce material that is subject to copyright, patent or trademark protection;
- parts intended for reselling.
SoIC reserves the right to refuse any 3-D print request.
3-D prints must be picked up in IT 259 during open business hours.
Items printed in the SoIC 3-D Print Lab that are not picked up within 14 days will become property of Indiana University. 3-D Printed Items must be picked up by the requesting individual, with picture ID.
Only Authorized SoIC faculty, staff, and authorized individuals will have access to the 3-D Print Lab.
Upon an unsuccessful print, users will be notified and must approve addition print trials and incur any additional cost.
Prices and policies may differ for users enrolled in 3-D printing specific classes. 3-D prints for class use may take priority over non-essential prints.