Computers, Printing, & Faxing

Computers & the Internet

Voorheesville Library offers free unsecured WiFi,  and has 5 public computers available on a first-come first-served basis. Upper Hudson Library System members can sign in using their library card or a Guest pass, available at the Reference desk.

Sessions are assigned for one hour and can be extended if there is no waiting list. You must agree to our Internet Use Policy which displays on the screen at sign in.

Internet Express
We have one standing Internet Express computer that is limited to 15 minute sessions.

Kid’s Computers
Our Family Place area features an AWE educational computer and an iPad with fun and educational games for young patrons.

Online Catalog
Catalog workstations are available in the Adult and Youth areas of the library for searching our collection and holdings of the Upper Hudson Library System. Items can be requested from other member libraries and picked up at Voorheesville.

Microsoft Office 2016
This software is installed on the 5 public Internet computers and includes Word, Excel, Publisher, PowerPoint and Access.

DVD/VCR Recorder
Public Internet computer 1 is equipped with a DVD/VCR two-way recorder, which can be used to convert VHS tapes to a DVD format.

Electric Quilt 8
This software is installed on Public Internet computer 4.  Contact a librarian for more information.


Public Computer users can send prints to the printer/copier. Black and white copies cost $.10 per page. Color copies cost $.50 per page.

Copy, Fax & Scan

A copier/scanner/fax machine is available for public use in the main reading room of the library. Black & White copies cost $.10 per page. Color copies cost $.50 per page. International faxes are not supported.

Outgoing faxes cost $1 for the first page and $.50 for each additional page.  Faxes sent to the library cost $.50/page – please call us at 518-765-2791 to let us know you are having material sent so we can watch for it and put it aside for you to pick up. The library fax number is 518-765-3007.

3D Printing

3D Printing at the Library

Patrons can learn how 3D printing technology works by using our Lulzbot Mini2 3D Printer. Our small, easy-to-use machine can print designs up to 6 1/4 inches cubed; some larger items can be printed as assemblages.  You can find an item on a site like Thingiverse, or create a 3D object yourself using Tinkercad, SketchUp, or another CAD application. When the library building is open, patrons are welcome to submit files for printing, and are charged 20 cents per gram of material used.  If you have a question about 3D printing while the building is closed, please email

Voorheesville Public Library Partners with CEHC-PPE for 3D Printing Protective Face Shields for Local Healthcare Workers. April 2020

  • CEHC-PPE is a group of more than 30 volunteers working with UAlbany’s College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity
  • Students, Alumni, Faculty, Staff, Public Libraries, and friends are printing and assembling face shields for medical professional and first responders
  • To request a face shield for your organization, complete this form: