Tech Services

Computer Access & WiFi

The Lewiston City Library provides free access to public WiFi internet and computers. Access to the computers requires a library card number. If you do not have a library card, please see the help desk to sign up for a free library card. If you are visiting the area and do not have a local address, the library will provide you with a guest computer pass. 

Patron Computers

Computer Lab

  • Location: 2nd Floor
  • Computers: 17 PCs, 2 Macs
  • Sessions: 2 Hours
  • Headphones available with a library card
  • Software: Atom, Gimp, Inkscape, Krita, PhotoPosPro, PiZap, Python, VLC Player, Microsoft Suite
Computer Lab

Quick Access Computers

Adult 30 minute computers
  • Location: 1st Floor
  • Computers: 3 PC desktops
  • Sessions: 30 minutes
Quick Access Computers

Teen Zone

For ages 12 - 18
  • Location: 2nd Floor
  • Computers: 3 Mac Desktops
  • Sessions: 2 hours
  • Headphones available with a library card
  • STEAM access
Teen Computers

Children's Library

For ages 12 and under
  • Location: 1st Floor
  • Computers: 3 PCs, 1 Mac
  • Sessions: 2 hours
Children's Computers

Equipment Available Upon Request

This equipment is available for in-library use only.
  • Logitech USB Headsets
  • Wacom Intuos Creative Pen Tablets
  • DVD reader/player
  • Phone chargers: Apple & Android

3D Printing Service

The Lewiston City Library offers 3D printing services to inspire interest in 21st century design and "making" tools. The library operates a Lulzbot Mini 3D printer and a larger Lulzbot Taz 6 3D printer.

*Please review the 3D Printer Policy and Procedures before submitting a 3D Print Request Form.

Requirements

  • Patron must have a valid library card
  • Patron’s library account must have $5 or less in fees and be in good standing
  • Patron provided .STL file

St. Basil's Cathedral, Moscow, Russia

3D Print of St. Basil's Cathedral

Cost:

  • 5¢ per gram of PLA filament with a minimum charge of $1.00.
  • Print jobs more than one hour will incur a charge of 50¢ per hour.
  • Patrons are required to pay for print jobs at the time of pick up. 

Things to remember:

  • Print time must be less than 6 hours per print. 
    • If the print is comprised of more than one piece, each piece will be included in that time. 
    • If not all pieces can be printed within 6 hours, the rest of the pieces will go to the end of the queue as if they were a second print. 
  • The library is not responsible for the quality of the submitted .stl file or the resulting print. The patron assumes the risk of printing from an untried file and is responsible for any fees accrued from a failed print.

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