The Big Book of Maker Skills

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Makers, get ready. This is your ultimate, must-have, tip-packed guide for taking your DIY projects to the next level—from basic wood and metalworking skills to plugged-in fun with power tools, and from cutting-edge electronics play to 3-D printing wizardry. Join Chris Hackett, intrepid DIY-er, on a rummage through the toolbox of yore—and a foray into the technologies of the future. Packed with demystifying explanations and helpful tips, The Big Book of Maker Skills covers: HAND TOOLS A classic is a classic for a reason. Learn to build your own metal forge, screen-print whatever you want, swing a hammer better than your ancestors, and repurpose what Hackett calls “obtanium”—but what others might call trash—into your own mad-scientist creations. POWER TOOLS Discover the supreme joy that is angle-grinding, rig your own welding machine out of a junked car battery or three, and meet and master a whole host of electronic gadgets—LEDs, piezo buzzers, solar panels, and more. ROBOTS & BEYOND When it comes to making, there’s a whole new skillset in town. Get started with CNC milling, laser-cutting, programming microcontrollers, and 3D printing in a chapter that’s all about building what’s next. MUCH MORE Setting up a hackerspace, drones and space exploration tools, circuitry basics, sourcing and crowdsourcing and biotechnology-just to name a few more. You name it, it’s probably in this book.

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  • Publisher:Weldon Owen; Reprint edition
  • Date postings: September 18, 2018
  • Cover: Paperback
  • Tongue: English
  • ISBN-10: 9781681884325
  • ISBN-13: 978-1681884325
  • Dimensions:6.7 x 0.6 x 8.5 inches
  • Weight: 1.2 pounds
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  • The Big Book of Maker Skills Book Reviews:

    • arslanikira396

    • El Batán, Cáceres, Spain

    • 2019-12-16 06:54

    This beautifully expressed fable invites library patrons into the zest of a teenage girl who has become used to living with her mother's asininities. For one day she tries to piece together a normal zest of volunteering at the library, contest a neighbor, and contest her mother after control but is haunted by the realities of her rat race at home. Estranged from her loving mother and having no companions, ridiculed for her mother's strange dealings, can she really learn to live.

    • d7tavares

    • Valadiya, Gujarat , India

    • 2019-06-21 15:53

    Ah, this enter owns my root. Stunning. Plus, it's been selling so well at work since I wrote a gushing review for it, haha. Winner.