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Org Download the computer program you need to slice up 3D models into printable designs. org Learn more about the project to create a 3D printer that can build copies of itself. com Search among thousands of 3D printed objects created by makers around the world. com Search for designs to print on a 3D printer and share your own creations. 31 MAKERS as Innovators Index design searches, 15–16 extruders, 12–13, 17, 19 medical uses, 8 mistakes, 19–20 modeling programs, 22–23, 23–24, 25 industrial uses, 7–8 plastics, 12–13, 14, 17, 19 jewelry, 9–10 ReplicatorG program, 15, 16–18 lasers, 6 layers, 6, 12–13, 15, 16, 18, 19 libraries, 8, 27, 29 MakerBot Cupcake printer, 12, 14 MakerBot Industries, 11, 12 makerspaces, 8, 26, 27 manufacturing, 6, 10, 27 materials, 5, 6, 8, 27 safety, 17 schools, 8 sharing, 6, 10, 11, 20, 26 temperatures, 6, 17 Web sites, 11, 15–16, 17, 22, 23, 25, 27 About the Authors Terence O’Neill (left) works in libraries in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Unfortunately, these machines aren’t cheap. Form a group with your friends and raise money. You can also talk to your teachers and librarians to see if they can find a way for you to try this technology. 29 MAKERS as Innovators Glossary laser (LAY-zur) a device that emits a very narrow, intense beam of light; lasers have uses ranging from surgery to welding to reading CDs maker (MAY-kur) a person who invents, creates, or fabricates something makerspaces (MAY-kur-spay-suz) places where makers come together to make, tinker, invent, and share microcontrollers (MYE-kro-kuhn-trohl-urz) small computers capable of carrying out simple programs open source (OH-puhn SOURS) freely available and allowed to be changed by anyone program (PROH-gram) a series of instructions, written in a computer language, that controls the way a computer works 30 Find Out More Books Prusa, Josef.

28 3D Printing What will you create with a 3D printer? What if you don’t have any of these resources near you? You can buy your own 3D printer. Unfortunately, these machines aren’t cheap. Form a group with your friends and raise money. You can also talk to your teachers and librarians to see if they can find a way for you to try this technology. 29 MAKERS as Innovators Glossary laser (LAY-zur) a device that emits a very narrow, intense beam of light; lasers have uses ranging from surgery to welding to reading CDs maker (MAY-kur) a person who invents, creates, or fabricates something makerspaces (MAY-kur-spay-suz) places where makers come together to make, tinker, invent, and share microcontrollers (MYE-kro-kuhn-trohl-urz) small computers capable of carrying out simple programs open source (OH-puhn SOURS) freely available and allowed to be changed by anyone program (PROH-gram) a series of instructions, written in a computer language, that controls the way a computer works 30 Find Out More Books Prusa, Josef.

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