The UC San Diego Library’s Spaces, Lending, & Access (SLA) program is responsible for various activities associated with user spaces, furnishings, technology, and equipment. As such, its related staff spend a great deal of time monitoring and addressing issues in the Library’s public spaces, which are used by over 2 million visitors annually. Some problems can be addressed with existing tools and supplies, while for others, cost or availability of parts, the need for a custom solution, or delivery time when ordering from vendors can create barriers or delays. In one such instance, an SLA staff member initially proposed using the Library’s 3D printers to develop a unique solution to a facilities-related problem. Examples implemented since then include printing light switch covers for rooms where lights must remain on, plugs for electrical outlets in the family-friendly study room, cable management solutions, and more. Recent highlights include 3D printing brackets for mounting people counters in the stairwell and plates to fill holes in tables where outlet boxes had been. 3D printing offers the potential to save time and money, takes advantage of the Library’s existing investment in technology, supports staff skill development, allows for creative promotion of 3D printing services, and models desired behavior for users. This poster will visually describe how we’ve successfully printed a variety of facilities-related items. We’re confident that our example can inspire other institutions to begin using their 3D printing technology to support creative and cost-saving applications.