Print, Copy, Fax, Scan

Print, Copy, Fax, Scan

Wireless printing
3D Printing
Flash Drives

The Library offers wireless printing via ePRINTit, which makes our printers accessible without having to connect to our network or install printer drivers. Submit documents or photos for printing from any smartphone, tablet or laptop. Come to the Library within 24 hours to release and pick up your document with your email address. Fees are the same as for in-house printing as listed above.

Desktop version: 

  • Please CLICK HERE to submit a print job.
  • Drag and drop your file(s) into the box or click Select File to find your file(s) on your computer.
  • Fill in your preferences for black and white or color printer, number of pages, etc.
  • Enter your user information – either a username of your choice or your library barcode number.
  • Within 24 hours, retrieve your print job at the Print Station near the Information Desk.
Print an email:
To print an email message or attachment, simply forward your email to:

You will be sent release instructions which can be used to retrieve your printouts.

  1. The Library’s 3-D printer is available to the community, with priority given to Summit residents, to make three-dimensional objects using a design that is downloaded from a digital computer file.
  2. The established Library Rules of Conduct Policy 102 shall apply to the appropriateness of objects to be printed on the 3-D printer.
  3. The Library’s 3D printer may be used only for lawful purposes. The public will not be permitted to use the Library’s 3D printer to create material that is prohibited by local, state or federal law; unsafe, harmful, dangerous or poses a threat to the well-being of others; obscene or otherwise inappropriate for the Library environment; or in violation of another’s intellectual property rights. The Library reserves the right to refuse any 3D print request.
  4. Only designated staff will operate the 3D printer.
  5. A maximum of five hours of print time will be allotted for any item to be printed. If there is high demand, the Library will schedule only one print per day per person or entity.
  6. Any 3D drafting software may be used to create a design as long as the file can be saved in .stl or .obj file format.
  7. Wait/pickup time: Items must be picked up at the Think It Lab. Library staff will make an educated guess about the length of a job upon request.
  8. Items that are printed on the 3D printer that are not picked up within 7 days will become the property of the Library. Items must be picked up by the person who requested the print.
  9. By submitting objects for printing, the patron assumes all responsibility for, and shall hold the Library harmless in, all matters related to patent, trademarked, or copyrighted materials.
  10. Patrons wishing to be present for the printing process must make an appointment with the Youth Services Department.
  11. Fees will be charged as per the above table.


A self-service fax machine is located at the Scan & Fax Station located near the Information Desk. The cost to send a fax in the U.S. is $1.25 for each page. Payment can be made with cash, credit, or debit cards. The fax machine will not accept incoming faxes.

Any kind of document or picture can be scanned and converted to an electronic file. It can then be saved to a flash drive, printed, or emailed. In addition to operating in flatbed mode; the scanner has a document feeder that allows multiple pages (one- or two-sided) to be scanned at once. Use of the scanner is free, but standard fees apply for printing or faxing as noted in the above table.