The LINK Service Desk
Help is steps away. Visit the LINK service desk in the lower level of Perkins Library to answer all of your IT questions. You can even borrow equipment like chargers, iPads, and GoPro cameras.
Duke has one of largest 3D printing "farms" in higher education. From desk baubles to medical device prototypes, students, faculty and staff are experimenting with 3D printing and creating innovative objects. You can 3D print at no charge via the web-based system anytime. Once you have a short tutorial, submit print jobs online and pick up your creations at one of our three locations on campus.
Technology Engagement Center (TEC) - A full studio is located in the Telecom building on west campus. More than 55 3D printers from basic to very advanced are available in this fully-staffed facility.
Rubenstein Arts Center - Come visit our newest studio at the Ruby. 3D printers, a laser cutter, and an advanced sewing maching are availalbe in this student-staffed studio work space.
Lilly Library - East campus won't be left out. Lilly Library hosts a small bank of 3D printers ready for your next creation.