3D Printing Blueprints

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Packt Publishing Ltd, 2013 M01 1 - 310 páginas
"3D Printing Blueprints" is not about how to just make a ball or a cup. It includes fun-to-make and engaging projects. Readers don't need to be 3D printing experts, as there are examples related to stuff people would enjoy making. "3D Printing Blueprints" is for anyone with an interest in the 3D printing revolution and the slightest bit of computer skills. Whether you own a 3D printer or not you can design for them. All it takes is Blender, a free 3D modeling tool. Couple this book with a little creativity and someday you'll be able to hold something you designed on the computer in your hands.
 

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Credits
WWW PacktPub
Design Tools and Basics
Summary
Summary
Summary
D6 Spinner
Cleaning up bad geometry
Making it a book
Modeling the bracelet
Measuring Tips and Tricks
Index
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Joe Larson is one part artist, one part mathematician, one part teacher, and one part technologist.It all started in his youth on a Commodore 64 doing BASIC programming and low resolution digital art.As technology progressed, so did Joe's dabbling eventually taking him to 3D modeling while in high school and college, momentarily pursuing a degree in Computer Animation.He abandoned the track for the much more sensible goal of becoming a Math teacher, which he accomplished when he taught 7th grade Math in Colorado.He now works as an application programmer. When Joe first heard about 3D printing, it took root in his mind and he went back to dust off his 3D modeling skills.In 2012, he won a Makerbot Replicator 3D printer in the Tinkercad/Makerbot Chess challenge with a chess set that assembles into a robot. Since then his designs on Thingiverse, have been featured on Thingiverse, Gizmodo, Shapeways, Makezine, and others. He currently maintains the blog joesmakerbot.blogspot.com, documenting his adventures in 3D printing

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