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Make: Ultimate Guide to 3D Printing 2014 Make's second annual 3D Printing Guide is once again your go-to resource for discovering the latest information in this fast-changing field of printers, software, projects, and accessories. Inside, you'll find up-to-date reviews on the latest in 3D printing technology.

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  • Broché: 116 pages
  • Editeur : O'Reilly (28 janvier 2014)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1457183021
  • ISBN-13: 978-1457183027
  • Dimensions du produit: 21,4 x 0,5 x 27,5 cm
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I ordered the Make issue related to 3d Printers which appeared in Nov. It was supposed to be a Christmas present, but the delivery got postponed several times. I ended up receiving the magazine at the beginning of February, and it's the wrong issue! The one I have is about drones, NOT 3D printers! It's really a dissapointment and I do not recommend this purchase.
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4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Read this before you buy a 3d printer in 2014 - if are reading this in 2015 it is outdated 6 mai 2014
Par customer1 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Read this before you buy any desktop 3d printer in 2014. This is a great magazine that publishes a shoot out review of 3d printers -- many of the low cost desktop 3d printers on the market -- it is a tricky task to be fair - and I think the testers/writers do a good job. The problem is 3d printing as a technology is developing so fast this is only useful in 2014. The information in this will be useless by next year (2015) as most of the companies listed will have better printers out for totally different costs.
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A must-read before you purchase a 3D printer; and a great spring-board for ideas 31 décembre 2013
Par James Dinsmore - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Book Review: Make's Ultimate Guide to 3D Printing

Make magazine has put together a most comprehensive publication on 3D printing. In usual Make style, it begins with how various printers work with clear explanations of the technology. They also give the intriguing history; who made the innovations, how early challenges were overcome and how they have proliferated.

In some respects, this is a thorough buyer's guide, promoting both the brand advertising of various 3D printers; along with critical reviews and comparisons of key features. With prices ranging from $300 to over $3000USD this kind of help is needed to make an informed purchase.

This publication also explores the legal ramifications of 3D printing; from plastic guns to copyright infringement. It examines the “who is responsible” question if you provide a technology that someone else abuses.

The Maker community is an eclectic mix of artist, engineers, tinkers and hackers; so there is a section showcasing the outstanding artistic work that only a 3D printer could produce. Making this kind of technology available to the masses is certain to transform the world as we know it.

Then there are numerous examples of how practical a 3D printer in the home would be; from replacing broken parts so that appliances may be repaired rather than discarded (how GREEN!) to making useful items yourself (like guitar picks) rather than having to run across town to purchase them.

There are articles on how 3D printing is being used in medicine to construct cartilage, heart valves and bone replacement.

For the entrepreneur, there are examples of individuals who have created a personal business around 3D printed products.

A guide like this would not be complete without delving into the various materials employed by 3D printers, their physical characteristics and properties and suitability for particular types of projects. There is also rich material on the software applications that are used to create the models and run the printers, how slicer's work and what one needs to know about resolution.

The complimentary tool for a 3D printer is a 3D scanner, and this guide has an ample section devoted to making scanning technology as accessible as that of printing.

Finally, this guide is a great springboard for project ideas...it is extremely stimulating and full of creative examples of what is possible.

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Printer reviews useful 7 juin 2014
Par D. Morrissette - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
"Ultimate Guide ...", depends on what you're expecting. "... to 3D Printing" would lead one to assume it would include comprehensive overview of 3D design, 3D design software, materials assessments. And it doesn't.

What is does cover very well is the current context of printer development and a healthy testing and characterization of 3D printers on the market, priced for home use. "... to 3D Printers" would've been closer to its strongest asset. Though for those who want to "tinker"/build their own printer, they'd probably object to that name also.

As a printer assessment, I found this very useful to learn of the features, flaws and limits of each of the printers. Many of these machines take much tinkering to work and what's suitable for one type of user would be daunting for another.

Fleshing this out to "...Printing", I hope they publish more.
- Kacie Hultgren, 3D printing design considerations
- Matt Stultz's printing materials overview
- ??, 3D printing design software review

Considering the wide array of 3D design software, an assessment and overview of those specific for 3D printing would be helpful. 3D design software ranges from rough cut, kid-friendly Tinkercad to huge and complex, loaded with features irrelevant for 3D printing. Many have usage constraints which may/may not be relevant for a user - cloud storage of design, "trial" save-limited or feature-limited constraints, tightly coupled or constrained to 3D printing service, etc.
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good info 25 juin 2014
Par pool boy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Nice book, will give you a lot of great tips, the rest is up to you.
Shoot for free software and after you master that, buy good printer, so far makerbot replicator2 seems to be the best
Don't be stingy, you don't want to end up with slow, cheap, stinky printer
By the time you master software (Blender, Rhinoceros5 or OpenScad) printers prices will drop.
The key is to go step by step. get rid of the urge to buy printer first
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Great reference for those looking to get into 3D printing 11 mars 2014
Par Erik - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This guide is a great starter for those who are thinking about getting a 3D printer. Contains reviews of many current generation 3D printers and breaks them down by price, print quality, features, etc. Information helps you to decide which printer to get based on what kind of printing you want to do (Example: rapid prototyping, high resolution printing, etc) Definitely a good read just to get your feet wet in the subject.
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