By Emily Riehl
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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.
Josh Williams (right) is the shop manager at All Hands Active, a makerspace in Ann Arbor, Michigan. When he’s not organizing workers and volunteers or teaching classes on programming, Arduinos, and 3D printers, he spends time hiking with his wife.
Design, print, build, and share your knowledge. 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.
A survey of categorical concepts by Emily Riehl