By Sara Russell Gonzalez, Denise Beaubien Bennett
Making plans and enforcing a 3D printing carrier in a library could seem like a frightening job. established upon the authors adventure as early adopters of 3D expertise and operating a winning 3D printing carrier at a wide educational library, this advisor offers the stairs to persist with whilst launching a provider in any form of library.
Detailed tips and over 50 photographs supply readers with sage assistance and precise directions on:
• making plans a suggestion
• printer choice tips
• getting ready the site
• addressing employees matters for brand new provider
• constructing carrier workflows and tactics
• coping with inevitable failures .developing guidelines
• carrying out the reference interview for 3D printing .staff education counsel
• outreach actions
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