2020 Expo Program
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TimeLocationTitleSpeaker/Presenter (Affiliation)3D hackerspace: accessibility for 3D printingKevin Good (UMF) and students
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8:00GymRegistration opens3D printers and filamentsCary Plummer (Northeast CNC)
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8:00 - 9:00GymTeam arrival and set up3D printing in occupational therapy Karen Noe (KVCC)
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Set up for poster presentations, demonstratoins, interactives, and 3D model displays3D printing in physical therapyJessica Gleason (KVCC)
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Set up for vendor boothsAdding a heated print bed to the Flashforge FinderJack Hafey (KVCC)
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Light snacksCustom dog orthosisAmelia Chambers (KVCC)
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9:00 - 3:00GymPoster presentations, demonstratoins, interactives, and 3D model displaysGo2Science Beth Heidemann and Curtis Bentley (Go2Science)
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Vendor boothsPrinter Display - Adventurer 3, Creator Pro, Finder, Finder Lite, Guilder IIJoe Brittelli (KVCC)
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9:00 - 9:10GymWelcome and opening remarksJana Hall (Maine Space Grant Consortuim)Shapr3D and Forger hands-on tableTBA (KVCC)
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9:10 - 9:203D printing at Kennebec Valley Community College Stephen LaRochelle (KVCC)Spools for SchoolsSondra Bull (KVCC)
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9:20 - 9:403D printing in Maine schoolsDavid Perloff (Perloff Family Foundation)Student 3D printing clubSilas Coffin (KVCC)
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9:40 - 10:00Project showcaseChristina Dorman (Maine State Library)Kids workshopsJenniffer Therrien (Challenger Learning Center) and David Winski*
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10:00Team judging begins – each team will have 10 minutes with judgesMaker Innovation STudio (MIST): a 3D printing technology cafeSo Young and Jeremy Qualls (USM)
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10:00 - 10:40Gym3D printing basics (part 1): includes spool holder designs, print bed leveling, supports, rafts, brims, filament storage, and basic troubleshootingJoseph Brittelli (KVCC) Prizes Perloff Family Foundation and Maine Space Grant Consortuim
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Classroom 13D printing for the special-needs communityKevin Good (UMF) and studentsMakerbot Sketch David Kempskie (AET Labs)
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Classroom 23D printed adaptive devices and tactile graphicsStephen LaRochelle (KVCC)
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Classroom 33D printing in the art classroom: includes lithophanes, printmaking, clay sculpting, and complementary techniques and resources such as paper cutting and conductive materialsRichard Reichenbach (Carrabec Community School) and Connie Barnes (Trenton ES)
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Classroom 43D printing as a means of motivating studentsDeborah Taylor (SVRSU), Dan Tompkins (Richmond MS) and Paul Sasso (Mt. Ararat HS)
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10:45 - 11:25Gym3D printing basics (part 2): includes converting 2D to 3D using Selva3D, how to benefit from the use of flexible filament, using FlashPrint's special capabilities such as the cutting tool, and enhancing badges and nameplates using two-step printing and paint pensJoseph Brittelli (KVCC)
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Classroom 13D printing in community artsSerena Sanborn (Waterville Creates), Suzanne Goulet (Waterville HS) and Matthew Johnson (Westbrook HS)
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Classroom 23D printing for the PK-2 grades: includes bubble wands, pencil toppers, word cars, and Go2Science scanned artifactsNicole Gleason (Bonny Eagle Schools) and Chrissy Parkinson (Conner Emerson School)
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Classroom 33D printing in chemistry, biology and physics.Mark Emery (Greeley MS) and Warren Zeigler (Fryeburg Academy)
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Classroom 43D printing for advanced projects: nanosat, planes and electronic controlled devicesJohn McKechnie (Ellsworth HS) and Jim Lenke (Machias HS)
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11:30 - 12:15Gym3D printing basics (part 3): includes converting 2D to 3D using FlashPrint, incorporating 3D printed QR codes and creative uses of vase modeJoseph Brittelli (KVCC)
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Classroom 13D printing for things that move: cars, boats, and planesClare Caddell (Hermon ES), and Chris Beckwith (Reedsbrook MS)
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Classroom 23D printing in math and science: includes math manipulatives, wind turbines and Newton carsGina Jandreau (Madawaska ES) and Mike McCarthy (Gorham MS)
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Classroom 33D printing and computer scienceSean Wassen (Lyman Moore MS) and David Sartory (Fryeburg Academy)
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Classroom 43D printing and post-high school career paths: includes using 3D printing to encourage experiential learning and as a promotional and prototyping tool Todd Moore (Hampden Academy) and Marshall Haas (Mattanawcook Academy)
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12:15 - 1:30GymBoxed lunch available and networking
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1:30 - 3:00Award ceremony, prize handouts, closing remarks
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