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3D Printed Science Projects Volume 2

3D Printed Science Projects Volume 2

by Joan Horvath
181 Pages · 2017 · 5.5 MB · 1,752 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
3D Printed Science Projects
by Joan Horvath
203 Pages · 2016 · 6.31 MB · 2,033 Downloads · New!
To create (and present the science behind) 3D printed models.
3D Printing Blueprints
by Joe Larson
310 Pages · 2015 · 10 · 1,500 Downloads · New!
The “3D Printing Blueprints” is a helpful book that reveals how to build 3D models for printing with simple projects. Joe Larson is the author of this book. This is a very hands-on guide to creating 3D models. This book starts with the key mechanics of 3D printing that you must understand to design an effective, printable object. After this, 3D Printing Blueprints dives into Blender that is widely used for 3D animation and simulation. 3D Printing Blueprints is entirely focused on the 3D modeling process. Joe focuses on the elements of Blender that are crucial for 3D printing and does not spend any time covering the remainder of the software that would be a distraction from making successfully printable designs.
3D Printing Designs: Design an SD Card Holder
by Joe Larson
100 Pages · 2016 · 5.81 MB · 1,502 Downloads · New!
Want to model a 3D printed prototype of an object that needs to be replaced or broken? This book will teach you how to accurately measure objects in the real world with a few basic measuring techniques and how to create an object for 3D printing around the objects measured.
3D Printing Designs: Octopus Pencil Holder
by Joe Larson
74 Pages · 2016 · 3.52 MB · 3,055 Downloads · New!
This book will cover the very basic but essential techniques you need to model an organic and functional object for 3D printing using Blender.
3D Printing for Architects with MakerBot
by Matthew B. Stokes
108 Pages · 2013 · 5.1 MB · 3,186 Downloads · New!
Recently we’ve seen consumer 3D printing gaining traction. The power of 3D printing is huge and its applications are seemingly endless—medicine, architecture, and food, to name a few. Incorporating 3D printing into your design cycle reduces overall project costs and lowers project duration, as it allows for rapid prototype iterations and instant, more descriptive feedback. 3D printing looks to revolutionize modern manufacturing and the technology is improving in leaps and bounds each and every day.
3D Printing For Dummies, 2nd Edition
by Kalani Kirk Hausman
408 Pages · 2018 · 63.4 MB · 4,207 Downloads · New!
The bestselling book on 3D printing