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TINKERS, PRINTERS &
MAKERS:
MAKERSPACES IN THE
LIBRARY
Marcia Dority Baker & Michael Sauers
with content provided by Gordo...
PROGRAM PLAN-OF-ACTION
▪ What’s a makerspace?
▪ Necessary bits & pieces
▪ How does it work in the library?
WHAT IS IT?
SHOW & TELL TIME
▪ A variety of materials, tools and machines create a successful
makerspace.
▪ The environment is importa...
LEGO
http://www.flickr.com/photos/ejpphoto/2314610838/
LEGO MINDSTORMS
QUIRKBOTS
EGG-BOT
LITTLEBITS
MAKEYMAKEY
SOFT CIRCUITS
3D PRINTERS AND PRINTING
Additive Fabrication
• Selective Laser Sintering
(Freakin’ LASERS!)
• Stereolithography
(More fre...
FIND YOUR PRINTER
What’s your target demographic?
What are your space constraints?
What role will a 3d printer play?
How m...
3D PRINTERS
MakerBot Replicator Mini
• $1375.00
• 3.9 L x 3.9 W x4.9 H inch build volume
• 200 micron (.2mm) print resolut...
Makerbot Replicator 5th Gen
• $2899
• 9.9 L x 7.8 W x 5.9 H in
• 100 - 300 micron (.1 - .3mm) print resolution
• Easily sw...
UPRINT SE PLUS
▪ Heated build area
▪ Dissolvable support filament
▪ WaveWash Support Cleaning System
▪ Build size:
203 x 2...
DIMENSION 1200 ES
▪ Heated build area
▪ Dissolvable support filament
▪ WaveWash Support Cleaning
System
▪ Build size:
254 ...
3D SCANNERS
Makerbot Digitizer - $7993d Systems Sense - $499123d Catch – FREE + price of your smartphone
ISENSE
3D PROGRAMS
Blender
• FREE!
• Powerful
• GREAT community with excellent tutorials
• http://www.blender.org/
123D
• Free!
•...
YOU DON’T NEED A PRINTER
Thinking, planning, and designing in 3d
Experience using CAD software
Some technical knowledge
Al...
RASPBERRY PI 2 MODEL B
DROGERDY, THE 3D PRINTED RASPBERRY
PI CONTROLLED TANK BOT
ARDUINO
MICROSOFT
HOLOLENS
HOW DOES THIS WORK IN THE LIBRARY?
▪ Funding
▪ Library support
▪ Community input
▪ Communication & sharing
▪ Space
▪ Gadge...
CONFESSION TIME…
▪ Who is scheming/dreaming about a makerspace in their library?
▪ Who has community space for creative pr...
QUESTIONS,
DISCUSSION &
BRAINSTORM TIME.
RESOURCES:
▪ Makespace resource guide: http://library-maker-culture.weebly.com/makerspaces-in-
libraries.html
▪ Adventures...
CONTACT US
▪ Marcia Dority Baker
UNL College of Law, Schmid Law Library
mdoritybaker@unl.edu
▪ Michael Sauers
Do Space
msa...
Tinkers, Printers, & Makers: Makerspaces in the Library (November 2015)
Tinkers, Printers, & Makers: Makerspaces in the Library (November 2015)
Tinkers, Printers, & Makers: Makerspaces in the Library (November 2015)
Tinkers, Printers, & Makers: Makerspaces in the Library (November 2015)
Tinkers, Printers, & Makers: Makerspaces in the Library (November 2015)
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Presented w/ Marcia Dority Baker (with content provided by Gordon Wyant) to the staff of Lincoln City Libraries, 18 November 2015

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Tinkers, Printers, & Makers: Makerspaces in the Library (November 2015)

  1. 1. TINKERS, PRINTERS & MAKERS: MAKERSPACES IN THE LIBRARY Marcia Dority Baker & Michael Sauers with content provided by Gordon Wyant Lincoln City Libraries 18 November 2015
  2. 2. PROGRAM PLAN-OF-ACTION ▪ What’s a makerspace? ▪ Necessary bits & pieces ▪ How does it work in the library?
  3. 3. WHAT IS IT?
  4. 4. SHOW & TELL TIME ▪ A variety of materials, tools and machines create a successful makerspace. ▪ The environment is important! Is it a dynamic place for creativity, noise, group work, thinking and tinkering. ▪ Here’s a few tools to get started…
  5. 5. LEGO http://www.flickr.com/photos/ejpphoto/2314610838/
  6. 6. LEGO MINDSTORMS
  7. 7. QUIRKBOTS
  8. 8. EGG-BOT
  9. 9. LITTLEBITS
  10. 10. MAKEYMAKEY
  11. 11. SOFT CIRCUITS
  12. 12. 3D PRINTERS AND PRINTING Additive Fabrication • Selective Laser Sintering (Freakin’ LASERS!) • Stereolithography (More freakin’ LASERS!) • Powder Bed/Binder • Fused Deposition Modeling
  13. 13. FIND YOUR PRINTER What’s your target demographic? What are your space constraints? What role will a 3d printer play? How much are you willing to spend?
  14. 14. 3D PRINTERS MakerBot Replicator Mini • $1375.00 • 3.9 L x 3.9 W x4.9 H inch build volume • 200 micron (.2mm) print resolution • Great community • Prints PLA filament from proprietary spools • USB and WiFi connectivity 3d Systems Cube • $1099 • 6 L x 6 W x 6 H inch build volume • 70 or 200 micron (.07mm or .2mm) print resolution • Dual extruders • Great support • Prints ABS and PLA (expensive) proprietary spools • USB, WiFi, and mobile connectivity Solidoodle Press • $499 • 8 L x 8 W x 8 H inch build volume • 100 – 300 micron (.1mm-.3mm) print resolution • Heated glass print bed • Great community • Prints ABS filament from proprietary (kinda) spool • USB connectivity Easy to use
  15. 15. Makerbot Replicator 5th Gen • $2899 • 9.9 L x 7.8 W x 5.9 H in • 100 - 300 micron (.1 - .3mm) print resolution • Easily swappable extruder assembly • Camera and mobile control • USB, Ethernet, and WiFi connectivity • Prints in PLA – can be configured to print other materials 3D PRINTERS Made for Makers in mind Soliodoodle Workbench • $1299 • 12 L x 12 W x 12 H in • 100 - 300 micron (.1 - .3mm) print resolution • Dual extruders • Heated glass build platform • Self-leveling and calibrating • USB connectivity • Prints in ABS and PLA – can be configured for other material Airwolf3d HDx • $3495 • 12 L x 8 W x 12 H in • 60 - 300 micron (.06 - .3mm) print resolution • Looks great with fancy purple LEDs • USB connectivity • Prints virtually any plastic or nylon based material and their site has downloadable nozzle settings for all the materials
  16. 16. UPRINT SE PLUS ▪ Heated build area ▪ Dissolvable support filament ▪ WaveWash Support Cleaning System ▪ Build size: 203 x 203 x 152 mm (8 x 8 x 6 in.) ▪ Layer thickness: .254 mm (.010 in.) or .330 mm (.013 in.)
  17. 17. DIMENSION 1200 ES ▪ Heated build area ▪ Dissolvable support filament ▪ WaveWash Support Cleaning System ▪ Build size: 254 x 254 x 305 mm (10 x 10 x 12 in.) ▪ Layer thickness: 0.33 mm (0.013 in.) or .254 mm (.010 in.)
  18. 18. 3D SCANNERS Makerbot Digitizer - $7993d Systems Sense - $499123d Catch – FREE + price of your smartphone
  19. 19. ISENSE
  20. 20. 3D PROGRAMS Blender • FREE! • Powerful • GREAT community with excellent tutorials • http://www.blender.org/ 123D • Free! • Relatively easy to learn • WebApp • http://www.123dapp.com/ Sketchup • Free! • Relatively easy to learn • Can be difficult to do complex models • http://www.sketchup.com/
  21. 21. YOU DON’T NEED A PRINTER Thinking, planning, and designing in 3d Experience using CAD software Some technical knowledge All can be learned using other tools and toys.
  22. 22. RASPBERRY PI 2 MODEL B
  23. 23. DROGERDY, THE 3D PRINTED RASPBERRY PI CONTROLLED TANK BOT
  24. 24. ARDUINO
  25. 25. MICROSOFT HOLOLENS
  26. 26. HOW DOES THIS WORK IN THE LIBRARY? ▪ Funding ▪ Library support ▪ Community input ▪ Communication & sharing ▪ Space ▪ Gadgets & supplies ▪ Projects ▪ Safety
  27. 27. CONFESSION TIME… ▪ Who is scheming/dreaming about a makerspace in their library? ▪ Who has community space for creative projects in their library? ▪ Who is collaborating with other folks on maker programs, events or workshops in your library? ▪ Who wants to partner to create a makerspace in their library? ▪ Who has a makerspace in their library?
  28. 28. QUESTIONS, DISCUSSION & BRAINSTORM TIME.
  29. 29. RESOURCES: ▪ Makespace resource guide: http://library-maker-culture.weebly.com/makerspaces-in- libraries.html ▪ Adventures with Raspberry Pi: A Librarian’s Introduction ACRL TechConnect Blog: http://acrl.ala.org/techconnect/?p=2962 ▪ Makerspaces in libraries from the Wayne State University blog:http://blogs.wayne.edu/turninginformationintoknowledge/2013/04/09/presenti ng-maker-spaces-libraries-are-truly-more-than-books/ ▪ EDUCAUSE, 7 Things you should know about Makerspaces: http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ELI7095.pdf ▪ Making Room for Innovation: http://lj.libraryjournal.com/2013/05/future-of- libraries/making-room-for-innovation/
  30. 30. CONTACT US ▪ Marcia Dority Baker UNL College of Law, Schmid Law Library mdoritybaker@unl.edu ▪ Michael Sauers Do Space msauers@dospace.org ▪ Gordon Wyant Bellevue Public Library gordon.wyant@bellevue.net

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