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by Eri Hamaji,Keisuke Saka

Download Karakuri: How to Make Mechanical Paper Models That Move eBook
ISBN:
0312566697
Author:
Eri Hamaji,Keisuke Saka
Category:
Crafts & Hobbies
Language:
English
Publisher:
St. Martin's Griffin (March 16, 2010)
Pages:
144 pages
EPUB book:
1749 kb
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1149 kb
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1794 kb
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Rating:
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KEISUKE SAKA is a paper engineer and graphic designer based in Japan. Not much info on how to build paper toys, just kinda have them in there. Maybe returning this book.

KEISUKE SAKA is a paper engineer and graphic designer based in Japan. He co-owns a design firm, has exhibited his paper models at a number of museums, and has published many automata kits. Customers who bought this item also bought.

Keisuke Saka; Translated by Eri Hamaji. KEISUKE SAKA is a paper engineer and graphic designer based in Japan.

These models serve as the basis for designing your own karakuri or may just be admired on their own. Detailed explanations, accompanied by diagrams, explain the physics behind how karakuri move and operate, so you really learn about the properties of the different types of gears an. . Detailed explanations, accompanied by diagrams, explain the physics behind how karakuri move and operate, so you really learn about the properties of the different types of gears and cams. And to inspire you, also included are four fun, full-color karakuri models designed by the author, a well-known paper engineer.

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POP-UP: Everything You Need to Know to Create Your Own Pop-Up Book, paper engineering by Ruth Wickings, illustrations by Frances Castle RL: All ages. Automata old & new, kinetic sculpture, clockwork, toys, the mechanical arts & sundry contraptions of every description. Country of Publication. Translated by. Eri Hamaji. Leisure & Lifestyle.

Keisuke Saka, Eri Hamaji. Originally published in, Japan, "Karakuri" is an introduction to the simple mechanisms, like gears, cranks, cams and levers, that are used to bring these amazing moving paper models or automata to life

Keisuke Saka, Eri Hamaji. Originally published in, Japan, "Karakuri" is an introduction to the simple mechanisms, like gears, cranks, cams and levers, that are used to bring these amazing moving paper models or automata to life. There are ten pull-out printed cardstock pages so you can construct your own moving models of the different types of gears.

by Saka, Keisuke; Hamaji, Eri. ISBN13: 9780312566692. Originally published in Japan,Karakuriis an introduction to the simple mechanisms, such as gears, cranks, cams, and levers, used to bring to life these amazing moving paper models or automata. Included are pull-out pages for you to use to construct your own moving models of the different types of gears.

Originally published in Japan, Karakuri is an introduction to the simple mechanisms, such as gears, cranks, cams, and levers, used to bring to life these amazing moving paper models or automata. Included are pull-out pages for you to use to construct your own moving models of the different types of gears. These models serve as the basis for designing your own karakuri or may just be admired on their own. Detailed explanations, accompanied by diagrams, explain the physics behind how karakuri move and operate, so you really learn about the properties of the different types of gears and cams. And to inspire you, also included are four fun, full-color karakuri models designed by the author, a well-known paper engineer. Printed on pull-out pages and easily assembled, the projects include a whimisical tea-serving robot, an amusing penguin perched on an iceberg and trying to fly, a delightful peek-a-boo-playing teddy bear, and a mesmerizing train that goes around on a track and through a tnunel!With complete directions, fourteen full-size models, and the science behind the craft revealed, this book is a unique introduction to an ancient art.

  • Anazan
This is so much fun. I noticed that a lot of reviews mention that their kids didn't like it or were not able to use it. They may not be able to, I would recommend it more for adults. You will require the use of sharp blades to cut the parts out and there are occasionally some small parts.

In essence though, as an adult, these were so much fun to make and I absolutely loved it. So did my boyfriend, whose idea it was.
  • Arilak
Full of fun. Provides the basics of mechanical paper craft. Would be great for teaching children some of the physics of motion. Has ten basic models and lots of examples of designs using these done by the author and even more by high school students. Excellent chapter on how this form of mechanics paper craft works.Interesting even if you don't make anything. Over half the book is made of pages to cut out and assemble. Lots of Fun.
  • Yozshunris
I enjoyed making the models in the book for my family, particularly my granddaughter. The illustrations for assembly are very clear with few exceptions and everything turned out well. The models perform as described. The level of aptitude needed is low enough for most ten-year olds, I think.
  • Fenritaur
This is one of the best paper model books I've come across. The projects each have very clear instructions, demonstrating different gear & crank techniques. The paper quality is great. Highly recommended!
  • spacebreeze
In depth book with science of and how to build robotic origami. Lots of pics and blank templates. Really fun. My 12 year old loves the book.
  • Riavay
I have several of these kind of books and this one is the easiest to make work. I have made all of the projects and everyone loves them. If you want to make a paper project that everyone will play with, you want this book.
  • Jonide
My 11 yo son got to use it already and made. 5 of them that works and move. You can apply some principles of it and make your own karakuri
I bought this for a Christmas present for grandchildren. Haven't given it to them yet. Hope I can keep from putting it together myself. Looks like fun.