Maker-extraordinaire, as well as editor, author, and co-author of several books on digital fabrication, if you’ve ever gotten started with or begun learning about 3D-printers, chances are you’ve read words scribed by Anna Kaziunas France. Her résumé is extensive! You also might have read her articles on the makezine blog or perhaps seen her around Fab Academy at AS220, a venerable artist & maker institution for Providencers.
(Anna at Foo Fest 2011 in Providence, Rhode Island – image via AS220 on Flickr)
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