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High-Tech DIY Projects With 3D Printing (Maker Kids) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-03-23 
Review Score: 3 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:1477766707
LANGUAGE:English

"nonfiction for elementary-school kids. I dunno, if the main noun in the title is Projects, I guess I expected more project ideas. This book talks about 3D printing in general, and then points to a few resources on the web (of which, if you are a teacher looking into 3D printing inside your classroom, you've probably already seen or would otherwise not be impressed with. I have also seen better explanations of how a 3d printer works on the web, so I'm not really impressed by this background information either.

This book does not really go into designing your own printable objects (other than mentioning that you'll need software, and that some people do it, and pointing to a couple aforementioned websites), so it is disappointing there also.

Not really a practical resource for a teacher, but if you are looking for some basic background information on 3D printing (say if your kid already knows about the subject but needs a "book resource" to satisfy his teacher's science project bibliographical requirements), this could have a purpose.
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"nonfiction for elementary-school kids. I dunno, if the main noun in the title is Projects, I guess I expected more project ideas. This book talks about 3D printing in general, and then points to a few resources on the web (of which, if you are a teacher looking into 3D printing inside your classroom, you've probably already seen or would otherwise not be impressed with. I have also seen better explanations of how a 3d printer works on the web, so I'm not really impressed by this background information either.

This book does not really go into designing your own printable objects (other than mentioning that you'll need software, and that some people do it, and pointing to a couple aforementioned websites), so it is disappointing there also.

Not really a practical resource for a teacher, but if you are looking for some basic background information on 3D printing (say if your kid already knows about the subject but needs a "book resource" to satisfy his teacher's science project bibliographical requirements), this could have a purpose.
" said.

"nonfiction for elementary-school kids. I dunno, if the main noun in the title is Projects, I guess I expected more project ideas. This book talks about 3D printing in general, and then points to a few resources on the web (of which, if you are a teacher looking into 3D printing inside your classroom, you've probably already seen or would otherwise not be impressed with. I have also seen better explanations of how a 3d printer works on the web, so I'm not really impressed by this background information either.

This book does not really go into designing your own printable objects (other than mentioning that you'll need software, and that some people do it, and pointing to a couple aforementioned websites), so it is disappointing there also.

Not really a practical resource for a teacher, but if you are looking for some basic background information on 3D printing (say if your kid already knows about the subject but needs a "book resource" to satisfy his teacher's science project bibliographical requirements), this could have a purpose.
" said.

"nonfiction for elementary-school kids. I dunno, if the main noun in the title is Projects, I guess I expected more project ideas. This book talks about 3D printing in general, and then points to a few resources on the web (of which, if you are a teacher looking into 3D printing inside your classroom, you've probably already seen or would otherwise not be impressed with. I have also seen better explanations of how a 3d printer works on the web, so I'm not really impressed by this background information either.

This book does not really go into designing your own printable objects (other than mentioning that you'll need software, and that some people do it, and pointing to a couple aforementioned websites), so it is disappointing there also.

Not really a practical resource for a teacher, but if you are looking for some basic background information on 3D printing (say if your kid already knows about the subject but needs a "book resource" to satisfy his teacher's science project bibliographical requirements), this could have a purpose.
" said.

"nonfiction for elementary-school kids. I dunno, if the main noun in the title is Projects, I guess I expected more project ideas. This book talks about 3D printing in general, and then points to a few resources on the web (of which, if you are a teacher looking into 3D printing inside your classroom, you've probably already seen or would otherwise not be impressed with. I have also seen better explanations of how a 3d printer works on the web, so I'm not really impressed by this background information either.

This book does not really go into designing your own printable objects (other than mentioning that you'll need software, and that some people do it, and pointing to a couple aforementioned websites), so it is disappointing there also.

Not really a practical resource for a teacher, but if you are looking for some basic background information on 3D printing (say if your kid already knows about the subject but needs a "book resource" to satisfy his teacher's science project bibliographical requirements), this could have a purpose.
" said.

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