3D printing services

Image of a collection of 3D printed models at the Gerstein Science Information Centre.


3D Printing @ Gerstein + MADLab is a 3D-printing studio complete with 3D printers and scanners. Located in the Mobile Application Development Lab (MADLab), the service is available for all University of Toronto T-Card holders.

In-person 3D printing

Gerstein's in-person 3D printing service will reopen on September 29, 2022. Please see the link for certification requirements, access, and specifications. 

Remote 3D printing

Gerstein's remote 3D printing service allows you to design and submit a print job from home. The MADLab takes care of the printing process, and when your print job is done, you will be notified to pick it up.  


This 3D printing resource guide contains related software, model libraries, books, labs and services at U of T, around Toronto, and online.


If you have any questions or feedback please reach out to us at: gerstein.3dprinting@utoronto.ca