On February 12th the downtown branch of the Edmonton Public Library opened a new space called Makerspace. The space makes two 3D printers available to the public as well as a variety of other technology including a large green screen, high-performance computer and design software, robotics kits, a dedicated video gaming area. In addition there is the opportunity to self-publish on an Espresso Book Machine and convert older media to modern formats via a digital conversion station.
The printers are made by Machina. EPL has the X16 and X24 Pro models. The printers can work with .stl or .obj format files. If you are looking for a place to try 3D printing at a very reasonable price the EPL is the place to go.
See the EPL Makerspace webpage for more details, pricing and opening hours.