2020 Maine 3D Printing Design Challenge and Expo
We had an awesome event on Saturday, March 7! Thank you to all who participated, teams that competed and judges that made the difficult decision on our 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners!
Teams competed in four divisions: Division 5 (grade 9-12); Division 4 (grades 7-8); Division 3 (grades 5-6); and Division 2 (grades 3-4). The winners are…..
1st place: Mattanawcook Academy
2nd place: Team TR, Central Maine Institute
3rd place: Team Ice Melters, Central Maine Institute
1st place: Team 4B, Maranacook Middle School
2nd place: Carrabec Cobras, Carrabec Community School
3rd place: Team 1, Maranacook Middle School
1st place: Three Musketeers, Palermo Consolidated School
2nd place: Soap Screeners, Madawaska Elementary School
3rd place: Puma 1, South Meadow School
1st place: Hermon Gold, Patricia A. Duran School
2nd place: Hermon Blue, Patricia A. Duran School
3rd place: Hermon Hawks, Patricia A. Duran School
Congratulations to all the teams – job well done!
The Perloff Family Foundation and the Maine Space Grant Consortium are sponsoring the 2020 Maine 3D Printing Design Challenge and Expo. The Expo is hosted by, and will be held at the Kennebec Valley Community College (KVCC) in Fairfield on Saturday, March 7.
Are you interested in 3D printing? Do your students think that 3D printing is awesome? If the answer is YES – then the 2020 Maine 3D Printing Design Challenge and Expo is the perfect place to be!
Students can compete to win prizes in hands-on 3D printing projects and everyone can have fun and learn more about 3D printing! There are workshops to sign up for and presentations to attend that cater to all 3D printing experience levels – from beginner to advanced!
The Challenge is open to all K-12 students in Maine who register. The Expo is open to everyone!
Teams must review, sign and submit release forms when registering.
Email team registration and release forms to Jana Hall at: email@example.com by February 3, 2020
Download the Design challenge guidelines Final V3
Click here to return to the 3D Expo website
The Maine Space Grant Consortium provides opportunities and supports activities that are beneficial to Maine K-12 teachers involved in the STEM fields.
MSGC K-12 Programs that we support include: