BOOKS AND 3D PRINTING

Books are true friends of human being. They do not demand, they have no complaints and they only seek to give us. Keeping the same belief and faith TEAM XPLORAZZI is back with new blog, the theme for which we have selected BOOKS & 3D PRINTING. Be it handwritten, printed paper books or e books, knowledge is every where it is just the claw to catch that. Our audience has shown much interest in the previous blogs and that motivated us to stick to imparting knowledge. We really appreciate your feedback.

Books are true friends of human being. They do not demand, they have no complaints and they only seek to give us. Keeping the same belief and faith TEAM XPLORAZZI is back with new blog, the theme for which we have selected BOOKS & 3D PRINTING. Be it handwritten, printed paper books or e books, knowledge is every where it is just the claw to catch that. Our audience has shown much interest in the previous blogs and that motivated us to stick to imparting knowledge. We really appreciate your feedback.

Book 1:

FABRICATED: The new world of 3D Printing

Written by: HOD LIPSON, MELBA KURMAN

The perfect tale that describes stories of 3D printer, bit of their evolution, manufacturing machines, that comes out of factories and are running successfully in schools, kitchens, hospitals and fashion industry too. The book essentially focuses on the novelty of printable products that are emerging in abundance. The stocks are always filled with people’s own designs and creations. It is mention that to edit them is as simple as editing an online document. The emphasis is also laid upon how 3D printer works, how digital information shall be converted into physical objects, aided by internet and technology that yields little cost but innovative results. It tells us how our life and objects surrounding us are all a part of 3D printing and have become part of our lives, from bags to small prints on objects, everything. The magic of the book unfolds when it exports the reader to the world of business strategies, science & technology. It is an informative book that gives you the visual of 3D printing NOW vs AFTER.

Book 2:

The 3D Printing Handbook: Technologies, design and applications

AUTHOR: BEN REDWOOD, FILEMON SCHÖFFER, BRIAN GARRET

This book is a must have guide if you are new to the technology world and are little hesitant about understanding and choosing the technology. It provides practical advice on selecting the right technology that caters to your requirements by giving you the main idea as to consideration of following points that needs attention or should be kept in mind before you buy. It does so by showcasing the first hand experience from the industry’s leading experts. You will find the mechanism behind 3D printing technologies, benefits and harms associated with each, decisive tools when selecting technology, action-design advice and guidelines, case studies to help you when feeling stuck or paving your way towards the right choice.

BOOK 3:

MAKE: Design for 3D Printing

AUTHOR: SAMUEL BERNIER, BERTIER LUYT, TATIANA REINHARD

The last 3 decades have witnessed technological advancement and upgradation at its sincere peak and are practising consistency. Operating a desktop 3 D printer use to mean building your own, editing, creating and checking the same throughout. It is easy to start 3D printing but it takes a lot to be a good 3D designer. Hence, once you master the art of learning capturing other people’s model and design, and start creating your own basic model, you’ll definitely want to give chance and try your designing skills by creating something big and beautiful. This book then comes to your rescue as an ideal teacher to get you through with this. It takes you to professional level design tools, shows you how to model, scan and finish your designs perfectly. Your entire journey with this book will give you an opportunity to learn new tips & tricks, like how to create 3D printed moving models that can be printed in one place, given wiggle and they are ready to move. This book is design to train you to go to next level once you are well versed in level 1. Hence designer seeking their way towards 3D print designing can definitely rely.

BOOK 4:

PRINTING THINGS: Visions and Essentials for 3D printing

Editor: C. Warnier, Verbruggen D./unfold

This book is mark as an inspirational and understandable exploration of the creative potential of 3D printing. It states that 3D printers have an outstanding future that they will be possibly find almost at every place. Be it office, school, home, workshops and many other areas where there usage can be explored.

With the help of these printers we will be able to print out small pieces of furniture, replacements parts, pro types etc.

We are able to print complex objects which were earlier not possible. Hence the fact of 3D printers being important cannot new denied.

The book aims at introducing you to the idea of projects, key experts, upcoming technology. At the same frame it also handles topics relating to handling copyright and seamless manufacturing.

This book is design for tech lovers who loves to experiment and the designers who want to create and test the boundaries of 3D printing. It embraces the fact that production process has become reality and business must grow taking this technology into consideration and accommodating with it. It shows you how things that previously seem impossible to be presented in print form are just a matter of being upgraded and interested in technology. It has an outstanding scope. It believes that the game is on for everyone who can create products and services that attract mass audience & market.

BOOK 5:

3D PRINTING: Legal, Philosophical and Economic Dimension

Author: Bibi Van den Berg,

Simone van der Hof &

Eleni Kosta

The essence of 3D printing and it’s scope has become a hot topic that has attracted many writers and experts to put their views forward. In the process many remarked that it will be a revolution in the production and mass consumption. From clothing, food items, medication, spare parts for home appliances, automobiles to an unknown range. This is believed to reduce environmental footprints and thus offers potential for innovation and creativity. With the liberty to print anything the question that bombards your mind will be related to social, legal and ethical aspects that cannot be neglected in the name and sake of technological advancement. It pops out question how Printing everything will be have negative consequences, what can be the ways to eliminate such things, should there be legal authority to restrict its usage and scope, how monitoring can be done, how will the role of product designer change in a world where everyone can print whatever they need and like, how will business change their way of working and generate revenue model, what are the social consequences. This book talks about variety and diversity that one can think of and answers probably all their concerns which may come out relating to 3D printing. The answers have been drawn in high quality and in great depths by academic and experts. This book has received 5 star rating. So if you also have a box of question refer this creation of professors and experts.

These 5 books have interest us a lot and we have this written about them. There are many other great books available dealing with 3D printing, usage, myth buster etc. If you are interested do check them out.

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