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Getting Started with 3D Carving: Five Step-by-Step
Getting Started with 3D Carving: Five Step-by-Step
Getting Started with 3D Carving: Five Step-by-Step
Getting Started with 3D Carving: Five Step-by-Step

Getting Started with 3D Carving: Five Step-by-Step Projects to Launch You on Your Maker Journey

Product ID : 9634597


Galleon Product ID 9634597
UPC / ISBN 1680450999
Shipping Weight 0.49 lbs
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Manufacturer Make Community, LLC
Shipping Dimension 8.19 x 5.35 x 0.39 inches
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Author Zach Kaplan
Edition 1
Number Of Pages 152
Package Quantity 1
Publication Date 2017-08-27
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About Getting Started With 3D Carving: Five Step-by-Step

Product Description This book was written for people who have never used a 3D carving machine. It teaches the basics of designing and making things with Inventables' software (Easel) and 3D carving machines (X-Carve and Carvey). We'll take you step-by-step through five projects you can build yourself as a beginner: an inspiration tile, kitchen cutting board, custom block stamp, fidget spinner, and balsa wood glider. The book also features aspirational projects from makers in the community, like an electric guitar, to show what is possible through 3D carving. The design files and instructions for projects - ranging from beginner to expert - can be found on the Inventables website. About the Author Zach Kaplan is the founder and CEO of Inventables, the leader in 3D carving. A maker his whole life, he is on a mission to ignite digital manufacturing worldwide and provide everyone with ambition a way to get started. Inventables' flagship products Easel, Carvey, and X-Carve are used by a new wave of makers carving everything from circuit boards to skate boards. Named a "modern Leonardo" by the Museum of Science and Industry and a 40 under 40 by Crain's Chicago Business, his dream is create a world with 2 million digital manufacturers that have raving fans, not just customers. Kaplan has been featured on National Public Radio and has presented at the TED Conference.