3D Lab

3D Lab - Do Space

Attention: With our re-opening on June 15, 2020 access to the 3D Lab is limited to one person at a time, not all equipment may be available, and staff will be unable to provide assistance. Available equipment has a “book equipment” button on the Reserve Equipment page. On the booking page you will be able to book “The Whole 3D Lab” as opposed to an individual piece of equipment. If you have any questions please give us a call at 402-819-4022.

Do Space offers the Omaha community access to new and emerging technologies such as 3D printers and laser cutters to inspire a new interest in design and help the community bring their creations to life. 3D technologies can be used for crafting, prototyping, and a host of other applications for hobbyists and professionals alike. 3D Lab equipment is free to use for Do Space members and can be reserved online. Staff and volunteers are available to assist in basic use of the equipment as time/staffing allows. Those needing extended one-on-one assistance are encouraged to submit a mentor request. Do Space also offers regular classes on the different technologies available in the 3D Lab.  


Do Space’s equipment is intended for educational purposes and prototyping, not for mass production purposes. Staff reserve the right to refuse any print request. The public will not be permitted to use Do Space’s equipment to create or manipulate objects that are:

  • Weaponry or parts of weaponry of any kind.
  • Prohibited by local, state or federal law.
  • Unsafe, harmful, dangerous or poses an immediate threat to the well-being of others.
  • Obscene or otherwise inappropriate for the Do Space environment.

Members using equipment directly are to be present while the equipment is running. Do Space is not responsible for any jobs or materials left behind.


With the exception of PLA filament for the Makerbot Replicator+, Taz Pro, and DaVinci MiniMaker 3D printers, members will need to supply their own materials to be used with the 3D Lab equipment, and materials must adhere to the approved materials list posted in the lab. 

An online materials library is available for the laser cutter for your reference. Please note that our machine does not cut metal.


3D Printer, Dimension 1200es
Build volume: 254 x 254 x 305 mm (10 x 10 x 12 in.)

3D Printer, LulzBot TAZ Pro
Build volume: 280 x 280 x 285 mm

Laser Cutter, Universal VLS2.30

NextEngine 3D Scanner

Cricut Maker

Makyu Formbox