Hanser "3D printing For All" (German)

By Florian Horsch

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  • Do-it-yourself guide
  • 3D printer: How to
  • Great tips & tricks
  • Tutorials
  • Language: German

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Product types: Books

Description

  • For those who want to use the 3D printing in private or commercial areas (no programming skills required)
  • The Do-It-Yourself Guide: Step by step to custom made prints
  • Everything you need to know about the hardware / software, services, shops & events
  • With more than 10 practical tutorials for the creation of 3D Selfies, multi-coptern, rings, spare parts etc.
  • With the current trend towards multi-colour printing, materials and finish
  • Online: All exercises from the book, additional examples and current 3D Printing news & events
  • EXTRA: eBook inside

Self-made cell phone cases, 3D selfies and much more can be created with the help of 3D printing.

This book shows you how it's done. Compact, clear and practical. It will accompany you into the world of 3D printing. Learn how the technology works, the possibilities it offers, and the opportunities it provides for the future.

More than ten practical exercises are shown: starting at finding a design to the completed print and what tools are required.

Whether you opt for a home printer, a service provider or a FabLab - Florian Horsch equips you with tips and tricks required for your introduction to the world of 3D printing.

Language German

More information

THE CONTENT //
How does 3D printing work? What possibilities are there? // Legal aspects of 3D printing // The best content platforms, customizer, modeling & scanning solutions // The main printing processes include: FDM, SLS, 3DP, SLA & LOM // your first 3D printer: Buying tips , use, materials & maintenance // printing suppliers, FabLabs & hacker spaces

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In Amsterdam, a steel bridge was 3D-printed by robots on-site.