Computers, Copying, Printing & Faxing

All DCDL branches offer public computers with free internet access for both library-card holders and guests. Visitors without a library card will be issued a guest pass.

Audio Booths at the Delaware and Orange branch libraries are equipped with an iMac computer, loaded with the Apple OS and software like Audacity, Skype and Quicktime. 

Maker Studio workstations come equipped with the Adobe Creative Cloud, Affinity Suite, Autodesk Fusion 360, Prusa Slicer for 3D printing, and VinylMaster Cut for vinyl cutting. 

Audio Booths and Maker Studio computers may be reserved in advance, but are generally available on a walk-in basis.

Copying & Printing

  • 8 1/2″ x 11″ Paper Size
    • Color: $0.15/copy
      • Black & White: $0.05/copy
  • All Other Paper Sizes
    • Color: $0.30/copy
      • Black & White: $0.10/copy


All Delaware County District Library locations now support free faxing. To fax a document either domestically or internationally, please inquire at the reference desk in your local branch.


Laminating services are available through the Maker Studio. Documents may be laminated in the following sizes and prices:

  • 8.5″x11″ – $0.10/pouch
    • 8.5″x14″ – $0.15/pouch
      • 11″x17″ – $0.20/pouch

Patrons may bring in their own items and use the laminator during the Maker Studio open lab hours.

Print Remotely with Airprint

(Before you begin, please be sure that you are connected to the wireless network labeled “wireless printing“, it will not work if you are not connected to that network from your mobile device)

  • Open the app you want to print from.
  • To find the print option, tap app’s share icon,  or , or tap . If you can’t find the print option, check the app’s User Guide or Help section. Not all apps support AirPrint.
  • Tap  or Print.
  • Tap Select Printer and choose an Air Print-enabled printer.
  • Choose the number of copies or other options, like which pages you want to print.
  • Tap Print in the upper-right corner.

Learn more about wireless printing at the Delaware Library.

The Delaware County District Library serves as the public information provider for our community, using traditional and innovative technology to encourage curiosity, free inquiry, and lifelong learning in a friendly environment.