This week’s selection is “Mastering Fusion 360: 28 Step-By-Step Projects for Beginners in 3D Printing, Prototyping, and Making” by Jake O Sugden an d Joshua Manley.
Charles Goulding and Valentina Alzate consider the use of 3D printing in the planning and design iteration process for big projects.
This week’s selection is “Making Simple Robots: Easy Robotics Projects for Kids Using Everyday Stuff” by Kathy Ceceri.
This week’s selection is “Simplifying 3D Printing with OpenSCAD” by Colin Dow.
This week’s selection is “Practical Arduino Engineering: End to End Development with the Arduino, Fusion 360, 3D Printing, and Eagle” by Harold Timmis.
This week’s selection is “Creating 3D Models for 3D Printing Using OpenSCAD” by David Leithauser.
This week’s selection is “More Intermediate Arduino and 3D Print Model Railroad Projects” by Paul and David Bradt.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at the relevance of DIY 3D printing projects.
This week’s selection is actually the top seven books we highlighted in 2020.
This week’s selection is “3D Printing and Maker Lab for Kids” by Eldrid Sequeira.
This week’s selection is “Project Management Absolute Beginner’s Guide” by Greg Horine.
This week’s selection is “66 DIY-Projects: 66 awesome projects to realize with a 3D printer For Beginners & Advanced!” by Johannes Wild.
I embarked on a project to create a 3D printed QR code that guests at our house could scan to gain access to our guest wireless network. Why 3D you might ask? Well, that’s how geeks like myself like to impress their guests!
Considering a 3D print project requiring electronics? This book shows how to hack Arduinos, resistors, capacitors and other bits to sense, move and light up a project.