DIY 3D Printing: Open source 3D printer development by students of engineering product design
Townsend, B. (2014). DIY 3D Printing: Open source 3D printer development by students of engineering product design. All Makers Now? Craft Values in 21st Century Production. Falmouth University, Penryn, United Kingdom 10 - 11 Jul 2014 Falmouth University.
This paper documents a project undertaken by undergraduate students of Engineering Product Design at the author’s institution. Five small groups were each provided with a kit of components for a RepRapPro Huxley 3D printer, and tasked with assembling, testing, and then redesigning it to improve or adapt its function.
|3D Printing; Open source; Self-regulated learning
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