Mastering OpenSCAD within 10 projects Kerdels, Jochen: Libros

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6 reviews for Mastering OpenSCAD within 10 projects Kerdels, Jochen: Libros

  1. Leif Burrow

    The project based layout of this book is great to help the reader not just understand the various modules and functions which OpenSCAD provides but shows the user how to put the pieces together into an actual object.

  2. Leif Burrow

    The project based layout of this book is great to help the reader not just understand the various modules and functions which OpenSCAD provides but shows the user how to put the pieces together into an actual object.

  3. E. Olson

    Very useful patterns in this book. Text is clear and concise. If you can buy only 1 openscad book then I’d start here

  4. E. Olson

    Very useful patterns in this book. Text is clear and concise. If you can buy only 1 openscad book then I’d start here

  5. Grey Haired Tech

    After about 30 pages of exercises, I was immediately productive. So often books like this dump you into some arcane example that doesn’t relate to what you intend on doing. This starts with the basics and quickly moves into logic reuse concepts (modules).I have no specific criticism but only observation. Experienced programmers can easily make the leap into the concepts behind the product, it is only a different way of “coding”. The observations about the differences beyond mentioning it once were of little value to me.Note (not about the book): My only learning curve was to “track” x, y, z in a more useful way. Variable names used were of the design elements themselves which is helpful if you have to rotate the object after creating it. This was my first and only (so far) difficulty. This concept could have been pointed out more definitely during the “object rotation” example.

  6. Grey Haired Tech

    After about 30 pages of exercises, I was immediately productive. So often books like this dump you into some arcane example that doesn’t relate to what you intend on doing. This starts with the basics and quickly moves into logic reuse concepts (modules).I have no specific criticism but only observation. Experienced programmers can easily make the leap into the concepts behind the product, it is only a different way of “coding”. The observations about the differences beyond mentioning it once were of little value to me.Note (not about the book): My only learning curve was to “track” x, y, z in a more useful way. Variable names used were of the design elements themselves which is helpful if you have to rotate the object after creating it. This was my first and only (so far) difficulty. This concept could have been pointed out more definitely during the “object rotation” example.

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