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The Maker's Manual: A Practical Guide to the New Industrial Revolution 1st Edition, Kindle Edition
About the Author
Paolo Aliverti became interested in electronics and microcomputers at the age of ten. He is one of the founders of Frankenstein Garage, where he works on design and research as well as agile business, marketing, and planning. He organizes workshops on electronics and 3D printing, participates in conferences and events, and explains in simple words how easy it is to rebuild and repair items. In the little free time he has, he risks his life in the mountains.
Andrea Maietta is a passionate advocate of agile methods, and is responsible for helping clients understand their needs and providing them with appropriate solutions to build value. He is a software engineer, maker, tireless reader, husband and father, and Rugby Union fan for life. Always excited to learn and share, Andrea is a frequent speaker at conferences and is involved in training, communication, and organization. His dream is to build a lightsaber.--This text refers to the paperback edition.
- ASIN : B00VXT0YPS
- Publisher : Make Community, LLC; 1st edition (9 April 2015)
- Language : English
- File size : 67284 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Not Enabled
- Print length : 495 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 1,339,918 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Un maker, una persona che partendo da un'idea realizza autonomamente il proprio progetto, dovrebbe avere competenze, o almeno potrebbe essere enormemente aiutato all'interno del suo percorso da tecnologie quali la stampa 3D, le frese e i pantografi computerizzati, l'elettronica di Arduino e Raspberry Pi, etc...Questo libro affronta a grandi linee questi aspetti e costituisce un'iniziale base di partenza per sapersi poi orientare. Consigliato, ma come detto giusto per iniziare.
Likewise, it seemed like at least half the book reads like a manual on workflow at a factory... complete with some of the corporate-speak those of us who have worked in manufacturing get really tired of hearing.
Honestly, I was looking for a book that gave detailed information on processes for making things - How to work with plastics, wood, soft metals... casting plastic and non-ferrous metals, how to make something look nice and professional with good control panels, layouts, decals or silk screening, etc. I've been trying to find this information in some of these "Maker's" books... but it seems 99% of them just want to talk about workflow and project management like some sort of new-management meeting retreat, rather than actually teaching anybody how to actually "make" anything.
Very disappointed. I'm sure it will help some people out there, but it's nothing like I expected it to be and teaches me very little of actual practical use.