3D Printing and Makerspaces in Libraries

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  • 1. 3D PRINTING& MAKERSPACES Presenter: Diana Silveira
  • 2. AGENDA o 3D printing basics o 3D creation software o Why have a makerspace? o Makerspaces and Libraries: Best Practices o 3D Printing Fun
  • 3. GENERAL ELECTRIC ON 3D PRINTING: 'WE ARE ON THE VERGE OF THE NEXT INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION' http://goo.gl/WYyxi8
  • 4. 3D PRINTING: CHANGING THE WORLDImages: http://bit.ly/1igLZGR | http://bit.ly/1igM5yq | http://bit.ly/1igM913 | http://goo.gl/4BQvIO | http://goo.gl/RDNnL
  • 5. Image from: http://goo.gl/0qOcvC
  • 6. Story: http://goo.gl/MValcv
  • 7. Story: http://goo.gl/ycVA
  • 8. Story: http://goo.gl/w9A2RH
  • 9. Johnson Public Library: http://goo.gl/E Fl Story: http://goo.gl/p4lhS5 Arm at mosi.org
  • 10. http://www.robohand.net/
  • 11. MEDICAL IMPLICATIONS Image from http://goo.gl/LeRp more @ http://goo.gl/ZhXFmN
  • 12. Story: http://goo.gl/GB7u4L
  • 13. http://goo.gl/9nZTJJ
  • 14. Story: http://goo.gl/kefaIp
  • 15. http://goo.gl/3FRWN
  • 16. Story: http://goo.gl/PAs5Rl
  • 17. http://goo.gl/2g5O2g
  • 18. Story: http://goo.gl/7V7RyZ
  • 19. http://goo.gl/8z7Wrench video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQ-aWFYT_SU
  • 20. http://goo.gl/oZJmK
  • 21. BASICS OF 3D PRINTING Image from http://goo.gl/XOl
  • 22. 3D PRINTERS
  • 23. REPLICATOR 2 $1999 - $2100
  • 24. AFINIA$1299- $1599 Used in many academic and high schools ABS and PLA Filamants Make: Best Overall Experience VA Dream Lab: http://goo.gl/pNp
  • 25. CUBIFY $999 for multicolor, - $1299
  • 26. ROBO 3D http://www.robo3dprinter.com/ $599 - $699 ABS and PLA
  • 27. MOD-T $199 – More on IndieGogo Campaign and Timeline -
  • 28. MAKE YOUR OWN Instructions and pictures: http://goo.gl/RDNnL
  • 29. 3D DOODLER Images from MOSI – 3D Exh
  • 30. FILAMENTS
  • 31. PLA FILAMENT o Polylactic acid is a thermoplastic polyester o Made from renewable resources and biodegradable (http://goo.gl/6Tln1H) o Safe for Food Contact o Roughly: 20 / lb (hard), $30 / lb (soft) o Must use on non-heated plate (MakerBot Replicator 2)
  • 32. ABS FILAMENT o Needs heated build plate o Impact resistant and tough o Hard & Glossy o Petroleum-based o Flammable o Prone to cracking if cooled too quickly o Usually bends before it breaks o Has a strong, toxic smell o Strength is relatively equal to PLA o Roughly $20/lb http://goo.gl/McxHzl
  • 33. NEW FILAMENTS – FLEXIBLE FILAMENTS http://goo.gl/9PjEz M http://goo.gl/t1gH
  • 34. 3D TEMPLATES thingiverse.com 3d.si.edu Instructables Makershop en.cults3d.com shapeways.com Images from http://en.cults3d.com/
  • 35. 3D CREATION SOFTWARE Image: http://goo.gl/SBYIG7
  • 36. AVAILABLE SOFTWARE • 3dtin.com • Tinkercad.com • Sketchup • OpenSCAD • Wings3D • Scupltris • Autodesk 123D • Blender project. Image from http://goo.gl/Ldk3pc
  • 37. TINKERCAD Free Easy to Use Basic Functionality
  • 38. OPENSCAD Open Source Uses Code instead of freehand
  • 39. SKETCHUP
  • 40. BLENDER (BLENDER.ORG)
  • 41. Tips • Patience the learning curve is high • Design in Orthogonal View • Uses Units, for ease 1 unit = 1mm • Use Printer Software for size
  • 42. PRINTER SOFTWARE
  • 43. MAKERBOT Exports in x3g for printing
  • 44. AFINIA Uses stl to print
  • 45. ACTIVITY - Download an item from http://www.thingiverse. com - Edit & Print
  • 46. FUN IDEA FOR TEEN GROUPS thingiverse.com/challenge s
  • 47. HACKS Make it Stand DIY: Enhancements & Parts Make Your Own Printer Use a Glass plate With PLA, use a cooling Fan to avoid sticking
  • 48. PUTTING ON THE FINAL TOUCHES Story: http://goo.gl/0wvcDK Custom hydrographic design for 3D printing
  • 49. MAKING IT PRETTY Prime (Use Spray on Primer) Practice Plan (Use Acrylic Paints) Story: http://goo.gl/hrSKCS
  • 50. DIGITAL SCANNING
  • 51. TAKING 3D SCANS ReConstructMe (Use with Your Kinect!) Skanect Autodesk 123D Catch Image: http://goo.gl/DfFpfG
  • 52. THERE’S AN APP FOR THAT Trnio Coming Soon: Rendor http://replicalabs.com/ Coming Soon: http://www.ihtfplabs.co m/ http://goo.gl/Pg9Y8
  • 53. CUBIFY’S ISENSE – DIGITAL SCANNER
  • 54. BEYOND 3D PRINTERS: WHAT ELSE IN A MAKERSPACE?
  • 55. WHAT’S A HACKERSPACE? community-operated workspace  Computers  Technology  Science  digital art  electronic art,  meet, socialize &/or collab orate Many participate in the use & development of  free software  open hardware  alternative media Source: http://goo.gl/6QrWQ Image from http://goo.gl/v3aMNa
  • 56. DIY – ANYTHING GOES • 3D Printers • Robotics • Building Drones • Creating Clothes • Creating Medieval Armor • Jewelry Making • Papercraft • Culinary Arts • What else? photos and Ideas: http://bit.ly/NrfCda; ideas: http://goo.gl/jIj41i
  • 57. MAKEY MAKEY http://www.wired.co.uk/magazine/archive/2012/11/play/the-
  • 58. http://www.roominatetoy.com/
  • 59. LITTLE BITS
  • 60. Snap Circuits Bionic Blocs
  • 61. Kaleido gears Legos K'nex Image: http://goo.gl/TFCgiA
  • 62. RASPBERR Y PI A credit card-sized computer for $35 • Use as a general purpose computing • Learning to program • Project platform • Media Center • Write your own OS Source: http://goo.gl/6dkRb5, image; http://goo.gl/MeAvb; Write Own OS: (http://go
  • 63. ROBOTICS
  • 64. FUN WITH ARUINO http://goo.gl/eXVZ
  • 65. COULD TURN INTO… Images: http://goo.gl/rEZqhn; http://goo.gl/JV8ZkS; http://goo.gl/aIskKh First Lego League http://www.firstlegoleague.org
  • 66. MAKE YOUR OWN WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY Becky Stern (http://goo.gl/w3K7pW) https://www.adafruit.com/
  • 67. http://makeitatyourlibrary. org/
  • 68. WHY SHOULD YOU HAVE A MAKERSPACE?
  • 69. From New Horizons Report: “One of the most significant aspects of 3D printing for teaching and learning is that it enables more authentic exploration of objects that may not be readily available to schools. While it has become easier for teachers and students to work with these models, some of the most compelling applications of 3D printing in K-12 come from schools and programs that involve students creating something that is all their own.” New Horizons Report for K-12: http://www.nmc.org/pdf/2013-horizon-report-k12.pdf - pg 28; image from http://g
  • 70. EVOLVING FROM CONSUMPTION SPACE TO A CREATOR SPACE Image from: http://goo.gl/OTGn4W
  • 71. PLAY = LEARNING Image from: http://goo.gl/v1uWM5 • “learn how to use tools and processes to help them reach their own goals and realize their own ideas” • “shared spirit, ethics, discipline, mutual respect, reciprocity, self-directed learning” -makerspace.com PlayBook
  • 72. PARTICIPATORY LEARNING oHeightened motivation and new forms of engagement through meaningful play and experimentation; oLearning that feels relevant to students’ identities and interests; oOpportunities for creating using a variety media, tools and practices; oCo-configured expertise where educators & students pool their skills and knowledge and share in the tasks of teaching & learning; oAn integrated system of learning where connections between home, school, community and world are enabled and encouraged Image: http://bit.ly/Nrh0N1 Source: http://goo.gl/w4S47 - Henry Jenkins (http://goo.gl/2leyCU)
  • 73. YA & YOUTH DEVELOPMENT Caring Neighborhood Community Values Youth Safety Adult Role Models Youth Programs Image & Anythink Brighton Awarded Grant to Design Teen Makerspace : http://goo.gl/3wDlz9 More on Developmental Assets and Grand Prairie Libraries at teen toolbox - http://goo.gl/T6Tkox
  • 74. PARTNERSHIPS AND ECONOMIC GROWTH Image and ideas for small lib: http://goo.gl/6
  • 75. “Brian Bannon, who is the Chicago public libraries commissioner, says that maker space is now part of the city's goal to become a major hub for advanced manufacturing over the next couple of decades.” “According to the American Library Association, about 1 in 6 libraries now dedicates some of its space to maker tools and activities.” http://goo.gl/Hm8P "Since 2008, when the bubble burst and everything started to fall apart, we've never been busier," says Sue Considine, director of the Fayetteville Free Library. "It has snowballed into this really exciting rebirth for public libraries in many ways, as places where entrepreneurship and invention and discovery can happen."
  • 76. FUNDING IDEAS o Grants, Partnerships with Tech Companies/ Local Makerspaces, Colleges o Start Small – Grow Big, o Kickstarter o Schools: http://makerbot.com/academy/
  • 77. EXAMPLES OF MAKERSPACES “You can imagine it, you can create it” - makerspace.com
  • 78. http://creationstation.pbclibrary.
  • 79. SACRAMENTO o 3D Printing Lab o I Street Press for Community Writing
  • 80. ALLENTOWN PUBLIC LIBRARY “Allen County collaborated with TekVenture, an educational nonprofit specializing in makerspace technology, to create the lab. Working off a simple one-page agreement, TekVenture agreed to provide the trailer, along with the equipment and some free programming, and Allen County offered free parking.” http://tekventure.org/maker-station/ http://goo.gl/Bcfofb
  • 81. CLEVELAND PUBLIC LIBRARY Image: http://goo.gl/MlT4nn o Laser Engraving and Cutting Machine o 3D Printing and Scanning o Vinyl Cutting Machine o Photography, Videography, and Graphics Design o Music Recording and Production o MakerSpace Computer Access and Meeting Space
  • 82. FAYETTEVILLE FREE LIBRARY Image: http://goo.gl/h95Lhw o 3D Printers o PCs o Green Screen Wall and Video Camera o Little Makers http://fflib.org/make/little-makers
  • 83. Link: http://libguides.umw.edu/content.php?pid=534
  • 84. Link: http://campusguides.unr.edu/3dp
  • 85. http://umwthinklab.com
  • 86. KICKING IT OFF Advice from ThinkLab on a Kick-off: “We had a 24-hour hackathon where anyone could drop in and play and experiment. We had pizza and candy and demo'd all the tools. From that experience I would suggest something similar, but perhaps not a 24-hour event. Be sure to print up a bunch of cool examples folks can examine/hold, and little trinkets they can take away with them (eg, keychain with your school's logo). Have a few computers with Thingiverse loaded and show they all the possibilities, and let folks print items start to finish. Be sure to temper their expectations in terms of print times, and keep examples small for quick turnaround. Have other things they can look at, like books/magazines about 3D Printing/MakerSpace/etc. And be sure to give them a fact sheet to take away, with your policies/pricing/hours, etc.” WEB4LIB@listserv.nd.edu Paul R Butler, mslis Library Technologies Support Analyst
  • 87. http://create.coloradovirtuallibrary
  • 88. K12 IMPLEMENTATION EXAMPLES • students built an art installation to demonstrate their understanding of the concepts in the graphic novel • Fits STEM (pre-engineering, engineering, architectural design and technology classes​) curriculum • New way to “to understand math and science” - More at http://goo.gl/FuaeOD
  • 89. http://goo.gl/ER8apw
  • 90. SPC – INNOVATION LAB • FreeFab3D Monolith 3D Printer built locally using other 3D printers • LittleBits Synth Kit • Arduino Genuine Mega 2560 Circuit Board Experimentation Kit • Avid Fast Track Duo Audio Interface with Pro Tools Express • An iMac, 2 Linux computers, and 1 Windows computer • Variety of Open Source Software for 3D printing, design etc. • MaKey MaKey: Original Invention Kit • Cubelets KT06 Kit • ProtoSnap LilyPad Development Board • 2 CanaKit Raspberry Pi Ultimate Starter Kits • Apollo Precision Tools 53-Piece Tool Kit • Parallax Programmable Boe-Bot Robot Kit • Elenco Deluxe Learn To Solder Kit • Samsung 32-Inch 1080p LED HDTV with Logitech TV Cam HD for Skype Calls • Chromecast • Online File Distribution System for access to project files, open access resources, etc. http://goo.gl/NCFHFz
  • 91. PowerPoint @ http://goo.gl/lwF TAMPA HILLSBOROUGH
  • 92. MAKERSPACES & LIBRARIES Best Practices
  • 93. DESIGNING SPACE Flexible Room for “Hang Outs” Lots of Electric Outlets* Sealed Concrete Floors recommended Easy to access supplies/cleaning equipment Good ventilation Space for hardware/Space for play Images from http://www.flickr.com/photos/raster/ * Is needed - 220 volts or even three-phase power.
  • 94. FURNITURE Workbenches/Long Tables Shelving for storing supplies & ongoing projects Whiteboards (or Idea Paint!) Furniture can be used or made Image from: http://goo.gl/2NsK6Y
  • 95. EQUIPMENT Equipment for each Maker Station Cleaning Tools Collaboration Tools Laptops with specialized software Handy? Make your own Filament Image from http://bit.ly/NrdOBb Buy used
  • 96. SAFETY Safety Glasses for those working with:  Power Tools  Hammering or anything that creates debris  Chemicals First Aid Kit Fire Extinguisher Aprons Post Workshop Safety Rules Staff/Volunteer on-duty
  • 97. SAFETY RULES Rules from: http://bit.ly/NretT5
  • 98. HELPFUL SIGNS
  • 99. TOOLS Images from: http://bit.ly/1op7O9N http://bit.ly/1opcRaj http://bit.ly/1opdIrB Great Source: Makerspace Tools and Materials http://goo.gl/Efu5nv
  • 100. Everyone is a Maker • Our world is what we make it. • If you can imagine it, you can make it. • If you can’t open it, you don’t own it. • We share what we make, and help each other make what we share • We see ourselves as more than consumers—we are productive; we are creative. • Makers ask, “What can I do with what I know?” • Makers seek out opportunities to learn to do new things, especially through hands-on, DIY (do-it-yourself) interactions. • The divisions between subjects like math and art and science dissolve when you are making things. Making is an interdisciplinary endeavor. • It’s all right if you fail, as long as you use it as an opportunity to learn and to make something better. • We’re not about winners and losers. We’re about everyone making things better.• We help one another do better. Be open, inclusive, encouraging and generous in spirit. • We--- 2013 Maker Media Makerspace Playbook
  • 101. OUT OF THIS WORLD FUN! o Legos o Beginning Robotics o Cardboard Challenge o Make Your Own BathSalts o Bring In a Printer from Area Makerspaces o Hack-A-Thons http://goo.gl/7JD6Y7
  • 102. TRENDS & FUTURE OF 3D PRINTING Images: http://goo.gl/9AHxme http://goo.gl/6ienvL
  • 103. ONLINE PRINT SHOPS
  • 104. LOCAL 3D PRINTING HUBS http://www.3dhubs.com/
  • 105. MORE 3D STORES Amazon 3D Marketplac
  • 106. MORE 3D PRINTS FROM THE GOVERNMENT More at: http://goo.gl/AdWLVE NASA Smithsonian
  • 107. MORE 3D PRINTING “LICENSES” AND “PARTNERSHIPS” “Toy giant Hasbro--the company behind all the best toys from the 1980s--unveiled a groundbreaking partnership with 3D printing marketplace Shapeways that allows fan artists to produce and sell designs based on licensed material” - http://goo.gl/XSIE6y
  • 108. MOVING BEYOND PLASTIC Food Metal Human Tissue Image: http://goo.gl/WaE4P
  • 109. Story: http://goo.gl/oBOfcA
  • 110. ChefJet $5,000 - $10,000 Image from http://goo.gl/EmzjW
  • 111. Article: http://goo.gl/m3Xmfq Forbes: http://goo.gl/YcPXtF Anything that can exist in liquid or powder form – in other words, ingredients that can then be extruded through a nozzle or syringe – can be printed. This includes sugar, cheese, sauces, and others. A meal comprising of pizza, an eggplant dish, corn pasta, and panna cotta was recently 3D printed for The New York Times. - Forbes
  • 112. Story: http://goo.gl/13gmbd
  • 113. “This is the kind of potential that I think a lot of people don't understand about 3D printing. By decentralizing the manufacturing process it allows the creation of products anywhere. That's a huge paradigm shift that, once it's better established and more efficient, is going to shake the foundations of industry at many levels.” – Commenter SkipErnst http://goo.gl/plXd7B PRINTING DRONES ON- DEMAND
  • 114. http://goo.gl/CZk71
  • 115. MORE SOPHISTICATED PRINTERS Story: http://goo.gl/qI3pm7, http://cubify.com/Products/CubeXTechSpecs
  • 116. 3D PRINTED CAST Image and More: http://goo.gl/rKzrMy with ultrasound http://goo.gl/ErmUt
  • 117. http://goo.gl/Z1NiWi
  • 118. OTHER INDUSTRIES o Children Toys o Automotive o Military o Electronics o Space Exploration microbattery
  • 119. LOW COST PRINTERS Under $500 http://pirate3d.com/buccaneer
  • 120. 3D PRINTERS TO BE SOLD AT HOME DEPOT http://goo.gl/qy0h Ec
  • 121. SOFTWARE OF THE FUTURE http://goo.gl/CV3XB
  • 122. 3D PRINTING FUN
  • 123. http://goo.gl/mVb0xV
  • 124. http://goo.gl/UmRVdT
  • 125. Images from: http://bit.ly/1igK5pQ
  • 126. http://goo.gl/0JATJV
  • 127. MODEL YOURSELF http://www.twinkind.com/en/landing
  • 128. STAY IN THE MAKER LOOP
  • 129. @MakerBlock @makerfairemiami Image from: http://bit.ly/1ehF2og Great info on tools needed & tips Make: Magazine Makr App: http://goo.gl/GYs4Mw Free Playbook: makerspace.com Worth $: makezine.com/volume/guide-to-3d-printing-2014 makezine.com/ makezine.com/craftzine mashable.com (3D printing) libraryasincubatorproject.org news.typeamachines.com http://www.adafruit.com/blog/
  • 130. Diana Silveira Novare Library Services diana@novarelibrary.com 877-816-9638 Slideshare.net/dee987 Delicious.com/dee987/makerspaces pinterest.com/dee987/3d-printing