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Fun, self-guided projects make 3D printing a reality for young learners Adventures in 3D Printing and Design is written for 11-15-year-olds, and beginners who want to learn the concepts and practices that underlie 3D printing, 3D scanning, and computer-aided design. This easy-to-follow, all-inclusive book assumes no prior computing knowledge and does not require access to 3D printing hardware. Learn the basics of 3D modeling through nine engaging self-guided projects that includes how to create a 3D scanner using ping-pong balls! With companion videos, clear language, and an exciting layout, Adventures in 3D Printing and Design is a great way to get started with 3D printing * Step-by-step instructions for completing nine fun, educational, computer-based 3D printing and 3D scanning projects * Instructional videos accompanying each chapter reinforce knowledge and provide interactive learning * Engaging layout specially designed for self-guided young learners aged 11 to 15 * Activities and text appropriate for all readers, with or without access to 3D printers Computer-aided design and manufacture is poised to be one of the most important areas of technological development in the coming decades, so why not get a head start in 3D printing? Dive into the complex world of three-dimensional modeling.
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