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LEO the Maker Prince: Journeys in 3D Printing (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 31. Dezember 2013


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3D Printing Insights from Author Carla Diana- Interesting artifacts and textures sometimes emerge as a byproduct of the 3D printing process. The cover letters for LEO were the result of a "happy accident." A print of some standard extruded lettering was stopped halfway through, and the letterforms that emerged were more unique than what we had originally designed. People often ask us what typeface it is and we love describing how it was formed from a print that's halfway done.- By printing a hollow piece and then pausing the printer halfway through, you can take advantage of "throw-ins" to give an object special properties. For example, magnets or metal parts can be thrown in to make your pieces stick together. In LEO, we used rice as a throw-in to make a shaker instrument.- The 3D modeling software Rhino has a plugin for Python scripting that allows people to use code to generate forms based on algorithms. For example, the jewelry that the character Stephanie creates is based on mathematical spirals.- It's fun to experiment with different polishes to change the surface of 3D-printed parts. Acetone (the same thing that's in nail polish remover) can be brushed on the surface of an ABS or PLA print to make it smooth and shiny.- When 3D-printing food, it's important to design for two-and-a-half dimensions: This means a 3D object where higher layers do not hang above lower layers in the 3D print. This helps you avoid sagging.

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Carla Diana enjoys living as close to the near future as possible. In her studio she works on future-specting projects in areas such as domestic robots, mobile devices and sentient kitchen appliances, combining experience in industrial and interaction design to create solutions that bridge the gap between the physical and the digital. She has taught and lectured internationally, including a year as visiting faculty at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where she was the creative director for the iconic humanoid robot, Simon, and four years at the Savannah College of Art and Design, where she co-wrote the school's first Interactive Design curriculum. Currently, she is a faculty member at U. Penn, and a founding faculty member of SVA's Products of Design program.

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HASH(0x9ba48cfc) von 5 Sternen A first-rate book! 9. Januar 2014
Von Steven M. Johnson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Don't be misled by the average number of stars; it was lowered because of two complaints about formatting of the Kindle version.
Carla's book serves as my first, quick introduction to the emerging technology of 3D printing. Though the book's layout, art and storybook text are clearly aimed at readers in the 5-8 year age bracket, anyone reading this book can get a quick, cheerfully-expressed, and fun introduction to 3D printing by reading this book. I have personally watched the enthusiastic adoption of 3D printing by non-professionals while attending THE MAKER FAIRE over the past few years, and am sure this is a huge trend that is only in its infancy.
Carla Diana is multi-talented and her artwork, text and object design display her curiosity and sense of humor beautifully.
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HASH(0x9bae2384) von 5 Sternen A wonderful book! 13. Januar 2014
Von Patricia McNeal - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Everything I know about 3D printing I learned from reading this book. Seriously. I am not a techie. I loved learning all about the developments in the field of 3D printing. The book is a celebration of technology, set within a lovely story of friendship between an accountant and a robot. A great read for any age. My kids are 3 and 5 and are still on the young side for it, but they enjoyed the artwork, the objects and of course the robots. My 9 year old goddaughter couldn't put the book down. I highly recommend this to all.
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HASH(0x9be35f9c) von 5 Sternen Adventures in 3D printing 11. Januar 2014
Von anders sandell - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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LEO the Maker Prince is a wonderful introduction into the world of 3D printing.

The book does great job explaining an interesting new technology and shows a wide variety of creative and practical applications that your children will get excited about. The story serves as a catalyst for getting children (and adults) to begin making and designing projects on their own.

After reading the book, I wanted to go out and get myself a 3D printer so I could begin exploring the technology with my nieces and nephews.
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Von Michael Elegbede - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have a hard copy version of this book, and its been a gift that keeps on giving. There is a certain delight that comes from reading a book, getting attached to the amazing characters and then having the ability to bring those characters to reality. So COOOL! I have only gotten the opportunity to play around with the printed version of LEO, I can't wait to print out the rest of the characters.
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HASH(0x9baacf0c) von 5 Sternen Leo is THE BEST 24. Mai 2014
Von joseph baltz - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I teach inner city midwestern students in Visual Arts. Leo the Maker Prince is a terrific book for any student interested in 3D printing--playful, imaginative but also very thoughtful and creative. Wonderful intro into a new world. Recommend it highly for any age!
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