Programming with Openscad: A Beginner's Guide to Coding 3d-Printable Objects
Programming with OpenSCAD is a STEM-focused, learn-to-code book for beginners that introduces core computational thinking concepts through the design of 3D-printable objects. Readers will develop coding skills as they build increasingly complex 3D models and print them into fun games, puzzles, and more.OpenSCAD is free, open-source 3D modeling software with an easy-to-use programming interface that's great for beginners because it lets you quickly view the results of your code. This book channels the platform's user-friendliness into a STEM-focused, learn-to-code book that will teach you computational thinking and essential programming skills as you design multi-dimensional models with the OpenSCAD language. Co-authored by the software's primary creator, Marius Kintel, Programming with OpenSCAD offers clear, visual explanations and simple instructions for coding increasingly complex, 3D-printable objects. You'll make and print fun games, cool puzzles and other mementos as your understanding of each concept is developed step-by-step, chapter by chapter. In addition, Design Time exercises throughout the book reinforce essential lessons, so you can practice your new programming skills and showcase the results as tangible, printed objects. You'll learn: - OpenSCAD coding fundamentals, such as variables, loops, decisions, modules, Read More chevron_right
Frequently Asked Questions About Programming with Openscad: A Beginner's Guide to Coding 3d-Printable Objects
How long is Programming with Openscad: A Beginner's Guide to Coding 3d-Printable Objects?
Programming with Openscad: A Beginner's Guide to Coding 3d-Printable Objects is 206 pages long.
- Who wrote Programming with Openscad: A Beginner's Guide to Coding 3d-Printable Objects?
Other 3d printing books you might enjoy
Book Reviews (0)
No customer reviews for the moment.