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3D printing is the hottest new technology. It allows just about any at-home inventor, artist, or engineer to design, create, and “print” their own parts, artwork, or whatever else can be imagined — all at very reasonable costs. Idiot’s Guides: 3D Printing explores this new revolution by explaining all of the basics of materials, parts, software, modeling, design, and finishing. The book then takes it to the next level by teaching readers how to take their new skills and print some simple, fun projects. Helpful advice on setting up a home-built 3D printer, buying a manufactured printer, selecting raw materials, and finding plans and projects online, are also covered.
Cameron Coward is a mechanical designer, a serial hobbyist, and an all-around geek. Working in the biomedical industry gave him the opportunity to use 3D printers to create engineering prototypes. Not satisfied with just 3D printing at work, Cameron began building and using 3D printers at home, and now writes regularly about this hobby and others on Hackaday. He is the author of Idiot’s Guides: 3D Printing.