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The Makerspace Workbench: Tools, Technologies, and Techniques for Makingby Adam Kemp
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Create a dynamic space for designing and building DIY electronic hardware, programming, and manufacturing projects. With this illustrated guide, youll learn the benefits of having a Makerspace—a shared space with a set of shared tools—that attracts fellow makers and gives you more resources to work with. Youll find clear explanations of the tools, software, materials, and layout you need to get started—everything from basic electronics to rapid prototyping technology and inexpensive 3D printers.
A Makerspace is the perfect solution for many makers today. While you can get a lot done in a fully-decked out shop, youll always have trouble making space for the next great tool you need. And the one thing you really miss out on in a personal shop is the collaboration with other makers. A Makerspace provides you with the best of both worlds.
Perfect for any maker, educator, or community, this book shows you how to organize your environment to provide a safe and fun workflow, and demonstrates how you can use that space to educate others.
About the Author
Adam Kemp is a high school teacher who has been teaching courses in Energy Systems, Systems Engineering, Robotics, and Prototyping since 2005. He is Energy Systems Lab Director at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology and the author of the "Ask an Educator" column on Adafruit Industries' blog.
Table of Contents
DedicationPrefaceChapter 1: Making the SpaceChapter 2: ToolsChapter 3: Clamping, Joining, and MeasurementChapter 4: The Electronics WorkbenchChapter 5: Playing with ElectronicsChapter 6: 2D Design and the Laser EngraverChapter 7: 3D Design and the 3D PrinterChapter 8: Learning in a MakerspaceIndex
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