As 3D printing becomes more common, many universities and colleges are bringing makerspaces into their libraries. As these makerspaces become more popular, many of the original desktop 3D printers that were originally purchased are no longer able to keep up with the demand. Several of these libraries are investing in high-quality, industrial grade 3D printers like the F306 from Fusion3. The higher quality, durability, print speed and low maintenance costs can make even the more expensive 3D printer a more affordable option. You can learn more about the future of library makerspaces and how companies like Fusion3 fit into them over at