Cutting Edge 3D Printing

Cutting Edge 3D Printing
Author: Karen Latchana Kenney
Publsiher: Lerner Publications ™
Total Pages: 32
Release: 2018-08-01
ISBN: 1541537025
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Cutting Edge 3D Printing Book Excerpt:

What if people could make toys, foods, or even body parts using a computer printer? They can! Modern programmers and scientists have figured out a way to make three-dimensional versions of almost anything they can design on a computer. This title covers the latest, greatest advances in 3D printing, from how it works to how it's used in homes, schools, and workplaces. Accessible language, up-to-date photos, and a high-interest STEM topic make this a great choice for eager and reluctant readers alike.

Cutting Edge Blockchain and Bitcoin

Cutting Edge Blockchain and Bitcoin
Author: Kevin Kurtz
Publsiher: Millbrook Press
Total Pages: 32
Release: 2020-01-01
ISBN: 1541594401
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Cutting Edge Blockchain and Bitcoin Book Excerpt:

Bitcoin is a digital currency—money that exists only online. Some people have used it to get rich. Others have accidentally lost it forever. Learn what decides bitcoin's value and how anyone with a fast computer can mine it. You'll also explore blockchains, the technology used to make bitcoin transactions. See how the blockchains may change the internet forever.

Cutting Edge Computing with Raspberry Pi

Cutting Edge Computing with Raspberry Pi
Author: Krystyna Poray Goddu
Publsiher: Lerner Publications ™
Total Pages: 32
Release: 2018-08-01
ISBN: 1541537114
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Cutting Edge Computing with Raspberry Pi Book Excerpt:

Computer coding sounds intimidating to many people, but what if there was an easy-to-use, affordable device that could help teach this skill in a fun, innovative way? There is! Raspberry Pi is a tiny computer that kids (and adults) can program to create a wearable camera, a game console, and much, much more. Learn about the development of Raspberry Pi and how it is used in homes and schools.

All About 3D Printing

All About 3D Printing
Author: Tracy Abell
Publsiher: North Star Editions, Inc.
Total Pages: 32
Release: 2017-01-01
ISBN: 1635171709
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

All About 3D Printing Book Excerpt:

Explores the fascinating world of 3D printing. With colorful spreads featuring fun facts, sidebars, and a "How It Works" feature, the book provides an inspiring look at this exciting technology.

3D Printed Body Architecture

3D Printed Body Architecture
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: John Wiley & Sons
Total Pages: 136
Release: 2018-02-01
ISBN: 1119340179
Category: Architecture
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

3D Printed Body Architecture Book Excerpt:

Some architects dream of 3D-printing houses. Some even fantasise about 3D-printing entire cities. But what is the real potential of 3D printing for architects? This issue focuses on another strand of 3D-printing practice emerging among architects operating at a much smaller scale that is potentially more significant. Several architects have been working with the fashion industry to produce some exquisitely designed 3D-printed wearables. Other architects have been 3D-printing food, jewellery and other items at the scale of the human body. But what is the significance of this work? And how do these 3D-printed body-scale items relate to the discipline of architecture? Are they merely a distraction from the real business of the architect? Or do they point towards a new form of proto-architecture – like furniture, espresso makers and pavilions before them – that tests out architectural ideas and explores tectonic properties at a smaller scale? Or does this work constitute an entirely new arena of design? In other words, is 3D printing at the human scale to be seen as a new genre of 'body architecture'? This issue contains some of the most exciting work in this field today, and seeks to chart and analyse its significance. Contributors include: Paola Antonelli/MoMA, Francis Bitonti, Niccolo Casas, Behnaz Farahi, Madeline Gannon, Eric Goldemberg/MONAD Studio, Kyle von Hasseln/3D Systems Culinary Lab, Rem D Koolhaas, Julia Kӧrner, Neil Leach, Steven Ma/Xuberance, Neri Oxman/MIT Media Lab, Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello, Gilles Retsin, Jessica Rosenkrantz/Nervous System, and Patrik Schumacher/Zaha Hadid Architects.

Smart 3D Nanoprinting

Smart 3D Nanoprinting
Author: Ajit Behera,Tuan Anh Nguyen,Ram K. Gupta
Publsiher: CRC Press
Total Pages: 341
Release: 2022-08-18
ISBN: 1000637611
Category: Technology & Engineering
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Smart 3D Nanoprinting Book Excerpt:

Examining smart 3D printing at the nanoscale, this book discusses various methods of fabrication, the presence of inherent defects and their annihilation, property analysis, and emerging applications across an array of industries. The book serves to bridge the gap between the concept of nanotechnology and the tailorable properties of smart 3D-print products. FEATURES Covers surface and interface analysis and smart technologies in 3D nanoprinting Details different materials, such as polymers, metals, semiconductors, glassceramics, and composites, as well as their selection criteria, fabrication, and defect analysis at nanoscale Describes optimization and modeling and the effect of machine parameters on 3D-printed products Discusses critical barriers and opportunities Explores emerging applications in manufacturing industries, such as aerospace, healthcare, automotive, energy, construction, and defense Smart 3D Nanoprinting: Fundamentals, Materials, and Applications is aimed at advanced students, researchers, and industry professionals in materials, manufacturing, chemical, and mechanical engineering. This book offers readers a comprehensive overview of the properties, opportunities, and applications of smart 3D nanoprinting.

3D Printing

3D Printing
Author: Rafiq Noorani
Publsiher: CRC Press
Total Pages: 271
Release: 2017-08-25
ISBN: 1351651544
Category: Technology & Engineering
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

3D Printing Book Excerpt:

3D Printing is a faster, more cost-effective method for building prototypes from three-dimensional computer-aided design (CAD) drawings. 3D Printing provides a fundamental overview of the general product design and manufacturing process and presents the technology and application for designing and fabricating parts in a format that makes learning easy. This user-friendly book clearly covers the 3D printing process for designers, teachers, students, and hobbyists and can also be used as a reference book in a product design and process development.

3D Printing and Intellectual Property

3D Printing and Intellectual Property
Author: Lucas S. Osborn
Publsiher: Cambridge University Press
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2019-09-30
ISBN: 1108627323
Category: Law
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

3D Printing and Intellectual Property Book Excerpt:

Intellectual property (IP) laws were drafted for tangible objects, but 3D printing technology, which digitizes objects and offers manufacturing capacity to anyone, is disrupting these laws and their underlying policies. In this timely work, Lucas S. Osborn focuses on the novel issues raised for IP law by 3D printing for the major IP systems around the world. He specifically addresses how patent and design law must wrestle with protecting digital versions of inventions and policing individualized manufacturing, how trademark law must confront the dissociation of design from manufacturing, and how patent and copyright law must be reconciled when digital versions of primarily utilitarian objects are concerned. With an even hand and keen insight, Osborn offers an innovation-centered analysis of and balanced response to the disruption caused by 3D printing that should be read by nonexperts and experts alike.

3D Printing and Beyond

3D Printing and Beyond
Author: Dinusha Mendis,Mark Lemley,Matthew Rimmer
Publsiher: Edward Elgar Publishing
Total Pages: 432
Release: 2019
ISBN: 1786434059
Category: Electronic Book
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

3D Printing and Beyond Book Excerpt:

This ground-breaking and timely contribution is the first and most comprehensive edited collection to address the implications for Intellectual Property (IP) law in the context of 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing. Providing a coverage of IP law in three main jurisdictions including the UK, USA and Australia. 3D Printing and Beyond brings together a team of distinguished IP experts and is an indispensable starting point for researchers with an interest in IP, emerging technologies and 3D printing.

3D Printing with Light

3D Printing with Light
Author: Pu Xiao,Jing Zhang
Publsiher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
Total Pages: 352
Release: 2021-04-06
ISBN: 3110569841
Category: Science
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

3D Printing with Light Book Excerpt:

The book introduces fundamentals of 3D printing with light, photoinitiating system for 3D printing as well as resins. Plenty of applications, trends and prospects are also discussed, which make the book an essential reference for both scientists and industrial engineers in the research fields of photochemistry, polymer chemistry, rapid prototyping and photopolymerization.

Additive Manufacturing 3D Printing Design

Additive Manufacturing  3D Printing   Design
Author: Dr. Sabrie Soloman
Publsiher: Dr. Sabrie Soloman
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2022
ISBN: 1928374650XXX
Category: Business & Economics
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Additive Manufacturing 3D Printing Design Book Excerpt:

Additive Manufacturing 3D Printing & Design The 4th Revolution Not ever previously consumer has had a technology where we so easily interpret the concepts into a touchable object with little concern to the machinery or talents available. If “seeing is believing!-” 3D printing technology is the perfect object image to see, touch, and feel! It is the wings to lift the well sought product, after laboring and toiling in several design iterations to bring the novel product to be a successful implementation. Now it is promising to become familiar with the product prototype and physically test it to find the flaws in the design. If a flaw is detected, the designer can easily modify the CAD file and print out a new unit. On Demand Custom Part Additive manufacturing has become a mainstream manufacturing process. It builds up parts by adding materials one layer at a time based on a computerized 3D solid model. It does not require the use of fixtures, cutting tools, coolants, and other auxiliary resources. It allows design optimization and the producing of customized parts on-demand. Its advantages over conventional manufacturing have captivated the imagination of the public, reflected in recent corporate implementations and in many academic publications that call additive manufacturing the “fourth industrial revolution.” Digital Model Layer by Layer 3D additive manufacturing is a process tailored for making three-dimensional objects of varieties of different shapes created from digital models. The objects are produced using an additive process, where successive layers of materials are deposited down in different shapes. The 3D Additive Manufacturing is considered diverse from traditional machining techniques, which depends primarily on the removal of material by cutting or drilling. The removal of material is referred to as a “subtractive process.” In a fast-paced, pressure-filled business atmosphere, it is clear that decreasing delivery by days is exceptionally valuable. Digital Manufacturing 3D printing - additive manufacturing, produces 3D solid items from a digital computer file. The printing occurs in an additive process, where a solid object is generated through the consecutive layering of material. There are an extensive variety of materials to select from countless lists of polymers and metals. The process begins with the generation of a 3D digital file such as CAD file. The 3D digital file is then directed to a 3D printer for printing using a simple print command. Freed of the constraints of traditional factories, additive manufacturing allows designers to produce parts that were previously considered far too complex to make economically. Engineers and Biologists are finding practical applications to use 3D additive manufacturing. It permits novel designs to become matchless rare-products that were not likely with preceding manufacturing methods. It is poised to transform medicine and biology with bio-manufacturing. This technology has the possibility to upsurge the well-being of a nation’s citizens. Additive manufacturing may progress the worldwide resources and energy effectiveness in ground, sea and air. This 3D Printing & Design book will enable you to develop and 3D print your own unique object using myriads of worldwide materials. Galilee Galileo & Isaac Newton Galileo Galilei and Isaac Newton have changed our understanding of not only our own solar system, but also the whole universe through the invention of their telescope. The telescope steered a novel and captivating scientific discipline of “astronomy” —observing and studying the planets, stars, and other objects in the universe. The Nebula, for example, could not be observed prior to the invention of the telescope. No one could have estimated how many planets were in our solar system. Thanks to the technology of the telescope, the knowledge of universe was revealed. Thanks to a simple piece of glass made of silica, and to a simple lens made of glass. Similarly, 3D printing technology is a simple approach to open a flood gate to our Fourth Industrial Revolution. One-off Prototype One-off prototypes can be hideously expensive to produce, but a 3D printer can bring down the cost by a sizable margin. Many consumers goods, mechanical parts, aerospace, automobiles, robots, shoes, fashions, architects' models, dentures, hearing aids, cell biology, now appear in a 3D-printed form for appraisal by engineers, stylists, biologist, and clients before obtaining the final approval. Any changes can be swiftly reprinted in a few hours or overnight, whereas waiting for a new prototype to emerge from a machine shop could take weeks, and sometimes months. Some designers are already printing ready-to-wear shoes, dresses, and prosthetics, from metals, plastic and nylon materials. 3D printing’s utmost advantage is making discrete parts rapidly, autonomous of design complications. That speed delivers rapid reaction on the first prototype, and the capability to modify the design and speedily re-manufacture the part. As an alternative of waiting days or weeks for a CNC-machined prototype, a 3D printer can manufacture the part overnight. Development Cycle The 3D printer provides the additional advantage of removing many overhead manufacturing costs and time-delay by 3D printing parts that withstand a machine shop environment. Several tooling, fixtures, and work-holding jaws may be easily developed and 3D printed without extensive lead time and overhead cost. Its speed and quality shorten the product development cycle, permitting manufacturing aesthetically appealing, and high-performance parts in less than a day. Many instances testify that 3D printers offer substantial flexibility to yield parts with the adequate tensile strength and quality, desired to prosper the technology at a reasonable speed and cost. The rewards of applying 3D printing are substantial, as 3D printing permits product development teams to effortlessly, rapidly, and cost effectively yield models, prototypes, and patterns. Parts can be manufactured in hours or days rather than weeks. Nano-bots 3D additive manufacturing may be the only known method for constructing nanobots, which will overcome the speed disadvantage of 3D additive printing, thereby enabling the technology to be widely deployed in every manufacturing aspect. If millions of nanobots worked together, they might be able to do amazing manufacturing takes. Microscopic Surgery Scientists and researchers constructed teams of nanobots able to perform microscopic surgery inside a patient’s body. Some groups of nanobots have been programmed to build objects by arranging atoms precisely so there would be no waste. Other nanobots might even be designed to build more nanobots to replace ones that wear out! Compared to other areas of science like manufacturing and biology, nanotechnology is a very new area of 3D printing research. Working with microns and nanometers is still a very slow and difficult task. Carbon Fiber Also, material scientists and metallurgists are constantly providing engineers, and manufacturers with new and superior materials to make parts in the most economical and effective means. Carbon-fiber composites, for instance, are replacing steel and aluminum in products ranging from simple mountain bikes to sophisticated airliners. Sometimes the materials are farmed, cultivated and may be grown from biological substances and from micro-organisms that have been genetically engineered for the task of fabricating useful parts. Facing the benefits of the current evolution of 3D printing technology, companies from all parts in the supply chain are experiencing the opportunities and threatens it may bring. First, to traditional logistic companies, 3D printing is causing a decline in the cargo industry, reducing the demand for long-distance transportation such as air, sea and rail freight industries. The logistic companies which did not realize the current evolution may not adapt rapidly enough to the new situation. As every coin has two sides, with 3D Printing, logistics companies could also become able to act as the manufacturers. The ability to produce highly complex designs with powerful computer software and turn them into real objects with 3D printing is creating a new design language. 3D-printed items often have an organic, natural look. “Nature has come up with some very efficient designs, Figure 1.3. Often it is prudent to mimic them,” particularly in medical devices. By incorporating the fine, lattice-like internal structure of natural bone into a metal implant, for instance, the implant can be made lighter than a machined one without any loss of strength. It can integrate more easily with the patient's own bones and be grafted precisely to fit the intended patient. Surgeons printed a new titanium jaw for a woman suffering from a chronic bone infection. 3D additive manufacturing promises sizable savings in material costs. In the aerospace industry, metal parts are often machined from a solid billet of costly high-grade titanium. This constitutes 90% of material that is wasted. However, titanium powder can be used to print parts such as a bracket for an aircraft door or part of a satellite. These can be as strong as a machined part, but use only 10% of the raw material. A Boeing F-18 fighter contains a number of printed parts such as air ducts, reducing part weight by at least 30%. Remote Manufacturing 3D Printers Replicator can scan an object in one place while simultaneously communicating to another machine, locally or globally, developed to build a replica object. For example, urgently needed spares could be produced in remote places without having to ship the original object. Even parts that are no longer available could be replicated by scanning a broken item, repairing it virtually, and then printing a new one. It is likely digital libraries will appear online for parts and products that are no longer available. Just as the emergence of e-books means books may never go out of print, components could always remain available. Service mechanics could have portable 3D printers in their vans and hardware stores could offer part-printing services. DIY Market Some entrepreneurs already have desktop 3D printers at home. Industrial desktop 3D printing machines are creating an entirely new market. This market is made up of hobbyists, do-it-yourself enthusiasts, tinkerers, inventors, researchers, and entrepreneurs. Some 3D-printing systems can be built from kits and use open-source software. Machinists may be replaced someday by software technicians who service production machines. 3D printers would be invaluable in remote areas. Rather than waiting days for the correct tool to be delivered, you could instantly print the tool on the job. Printing Materials However, each method has its own benefits and downsides. Some 3D printer manufacturers consequently offer a choice between powder and polymer for the material from which the object is built. Some manufacturer use standard, off-the-shelf business paper as the build material to produce a durable prototype. Speed, cost of the 3D printer, cost of the printed prototype, and the cost of choice materials and color capabilities are the main considerations in selecting a 3D printing machine. SLA – DLP - FDM – SLS - SLM & EBM The expansive world of 3D printing machines has become a confusing place for beginners and professionals alike. The most well-known 3D printing techniques and types of 3D printing machines are stated below. The 3D printing technology is categorized according to the type of technology utilized. The categories are stated as follows: Stereolithography(SLA) Digital Light Processing(DLP) Fused deposition modeling (FDM) Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) Selective laser melting (SLM) Electronic Beam Melting (EBM) Laminated object manufacturing (LOM) Also, the book provides a detailed guide and optimum implementations to each of the stated 3D printing technology, the basic understanding of its operation, and the similarity as well as the dissimilarity functions of each printer. School Students, University undergraduates, and post graduate students will find the book of immense value to equip them not only with the fundamental in design and implementation but also will encourage them to acquire a system and practice creating their own innovative samples. Furthermore, professionals and educators will be well prepared to use the knowledge and the expertise to practice and advance the technology for the ultimate good of their respective organizations. Global Equal Standing Manufacturers large and small play a significant part in the any country’s economy. The U.S. economy; rendering to the United States Census Bureau, manufacturers are the nation’s fourth-largest employer, and ship several trillions of dollars in goods per annum. It may be a large automotive enterprise manufacturing vehicles or an institution with less than 50 employees. Manufacturers are vital to the country’s global success. However, many societies have misunderstandings about the manufacturing jobs are undesirable jobs and offers low-paying compensations. Other countries may be discouraged to compete against USA. Additive Manufacturing Technology – 3D Printing would level the manufacturing plane field, enabling all countries to globally stand on equal footing. Dr. Sabrie Soloman, Chairman & CEO 3D Printing & Design Not ever previously consumer has had a technology where we so easily interpret the concepts into a touchable object with little concern to the machinery or talents available. 3D Printing Technology builds up parts by adding materials one layer at a time based on a computerized 3D solid model. It allows design optimization and the producing of customized parts on-demand. Its advantages over conventional manufacturing have captivated the imagination of the public, reflected in recent corporate implementations and in many academic publications that call additive manufacturing the “Fourth Industrial Revolution.” 3D Printing produces 3D solid items from a digital computer file. The printing occurs in an additive process, where a solid object is generated through the consecutive layering of material. The process begins with the generation of a 3D digital file such as CAD file. The 3D digital file is then directed to a 3D Printer for printing using a simple print command. Freed of the constraints of traditional factories, additive manufacturing allows designers to produce parts that were previously considered far too complex to make economically. Engineers and Biologists are finding practical applications to use 3D additive manufacturing. It permits novel designs to become matchless rare-products that were not likely with preceding manufacturing methods. 3D Printing Technology is poised to transform medicine and biology with bio-manufacturing, and traditional manufacturing into 3D Printing. This technology has the possibility to upsurge the well-being of a nation’s citizens. Additive manufacturing may progress the worldwide resources and energy effectiveness in “Ground, Sea and Air.” This 3D Printing & Design book will enable you to develop and 3D Print your own unique object using myriads of available worldwide materials. One-off prototypes can be hideously expensive to produce, but a 3D Printer can bring down the cost by a sizable margin. Many consumers goods, mechanical parts, aerospace, automobiles, robots, shoes, fashions, architects' models, dentures, hearing aids, cell biology, now appear in a 3D-printed form for appraisal by engineers, stylists, biologist, and clients before obtaining the final approval. The 3D Printing Technology provides the additional advantage of removing many overhead manufacturing costs and time-delay. The rewards are substantial, as it permits product development teams effortlessly, rapidly and cost effectively yielding models, prototypes, and patterns to be manufactured in hours or days rather than weeks, or months.

3D Printing Technology in Nanomedicine

3D Printing Technology in Nanomedicine
Author: Nabeel Ahmad,P. Gopinath,Rajiv Dutta
Publsiher: Elsevier
Total Pages: 202
Release: 2019-03-30
ISBN: 0128158913
Category: Technology & Engineering
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

3D Printing Technology in Nanomedicine Book Excerpt:

3D Printing Technology in Nanomedicine provides an integrated and introductory look into the rapidly evolving field of nanobiotechnology. It demystifies the processes of commercialization and discusses legal and regulatory considerations. With a focus on nanoscale processes and biomedical applications, users will find this to be a comprehensive resource on how 3D printing can be utilized in a range of areas, including the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of human diseases. Examines the emerging market of 3D-printed biomaterials and their clinical applications, with a particular focus on both commercial and premarket tools Examines the promising market of 3D-printed nanoparticles, nanomaterial, biomaterials, composite nanomaterial and their clinical applications in the cardiovascular and chemotherapy realms Develops the concept of integrating different technologies along the hierarchical structure of biological systems

Applications of 3D printing in Biomedical Engineering

Applications of 3D printing in Biomedical Engineering
Author: Neeta Raj Sharma,Karupppasamy Subburaj,Kamalpreet Sandhu,Vivek Sharma
Publsiher: Springer Nature
Total Pages: 213
Release: 2021-04-21
ISBN: 9813368888
Category: Science
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Applications of 3D printing in Biomedical Engineering Book Excerpt:

This book focuses on applications of three-dimensional (3D) printing in healthcare. It first describes a range of biomaterials, including their physicochemical and biological properties. It then reviews the current state of the art in bioprinting techniques and the potential application of bioprinting, computer-aided additive manufacturing of cells, tissues, and scaffolds to create organs in regenerative medicine. Further, it discusses the orthopedic applications of 3D printing in the design and fabrication of dental implants, and the use of 3D bioprinting in oral and maxillofacial surgery and in tissue and organ engineering. Lastly, the book examines the 3D printing technologies that are used for the fabrication of the drug delivery system. It also explores the current challenges and the future of 3D bioprinting in medical sciences, as well as the market demand.

3D Printing of Foods

3D Printing of Foods
Author: C. Anandharamakrishnan,Jeyan A. Moses,T. Anukiruthika
Publsiher: John Wiley & Sons
Total Pages: 576
Release: 2022-03-28
ISBN: 1119669820
Category: Technology & Engineering
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

3D Printing of Foods Book Excerpt:

3D Printing of Foods “p>Explore the fascinating realm of 3D food printing and its applications In 3D Printing of Foods, a team of distinguished researchers delivers a comprehensive and eye-opening exploration of the rapidly developing field of 3D food printing. In the book, the authors offer readers an examination of “food printability,” the foundation of 3D food printing. They discuss the enormous research gap in the subject that remains to be addressed and envisage a robust discipline in which food processing techniques, combined with 3D food printing, gives rise to a range of synergistic applications. In addition to treatments of safety challenges and research requirements, the book tackles food industry market trends and consumer preferences, as well as the globalization of printed foods and consumer perception of 3D printed foods. 3D Printing of Foods also explores the integration of electrohydrodynamic processes and encapsulation with 3D food printing. Readers will also find: Thorough introductions to 3D printing technology, 3D printing approaches, and food components and their printability In-depth examinations of the factors affecting the printability of foods, printability and techniques, and natively printable foods Practical discussions of pre-processing of non-printable foods and alternative ingredients used in food printing Comprehensive explorations of 4D printing technology and the applications of 3D food printing technology Perfect for 3D printing professionals and enthusiasts, as well as food scientists, 3D Printing of Foods is an indispensable resource for anyone interested in a one-stop resource addressing this cutting-edge technology with nearly limitless potential.

3D Printing for Energy Applications

3D Printing for Energy Applications
Author: Albert Tarancón,Vincenzo Esposito
Publsiher: John Wiley & Sons
Total Pages: 400
Release: 2021-04-13
ISBN: 1119560756
Category: Technology & Engineering
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

3D Printing for Energy Applications Book Excerpt:

3D PRINTING FOR ENERGY APPLICATIONS Explore current and future perspectives of 3D printing for the fabrication of high value-added complex devices 3D Printing for Energy Applications delivers an insightful and cutting-edge exploration of the applications of 3D printing to the fabrication of complex devices in the energy sector. The book covers aspects related to additive manufacturing of functional materials with applicability in the energy sector. It reviews both the technology of printable materials and 3D printing strategies itself, and its use in energy devices or systems. Split into three sections, the book covers the 3D printing of functional materials before delving into the 3D printing of energy devices. It closes with printing challenges in the production of complex objects. It also presents an interesting perspective on the future of 3D printing of complex devices. Readers will also benefit from the inclusion of: A thorough introduction to 3D printing of functional materials, including metals, ceramics, and composites An exploration of 3D printing challenges for production of complex objects, including computational design, multimaterials, tailoring AM components, and volumetric additive manufacturing Practical discussions of 3D printing of energy devices, including batteries, supercaps, solar panels, fuel cells, turbomachinery, thermoelectrics, and CCUS Perfect for materials scientists, 3D Printing for Energy Applications will also earn a place in the libraries of graduate students in engineering, chemistry, and material sciences seeking a one-stop reference for current and future perspectives on 3D printing of high value-added complex devices.

3D Printing in Biomedical Engineering

3D Printing in Biomedical Engineering
Author: Sunpreet Singh,Chander Prakash,Rupinder Singh
Publsiher: Springer Nature
Total Pages: 336
Release: 2020-07-16
ISBN: 9811554242
Category: Technology & Engineering
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

3D Printing in Biomedical Engineering Book Excerpt:

This book gives a comprehensive overview of the rapidly evolving field of three-dimensional (3D) printing, and its increasing applications in the biomedical domain. 3D printing has distinct advantages like improved quality, cost-effectiveness, and higher efficiency compared to traditional manufacturing processes. Besides these advantages, current challenges and opportunities regarding choice of material, design, and efficiency are addressed in the book. Individual chapters also focus on select areas of applications such as surgical guides, tissue regeneration, artificial scaffolds and implants, and drug delivery and release. This book will be a valuable source of information for researchers and professionals interested in the expanding biomedical applications of 3D printing.

3D Printing

3D Printing
Author: Sara Russell Gonzalez,Denise Beaubien Bennett
Publsiher: Rowman & Littlefield
Total Pages: 190
Release: 2016-03-31
ISBN: 1442255498
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

3D Printing Book Excerpt:

Planning and implementing a 3D printing service in a library may seem like a daunting task. Based upon the authors’ experience as early adopters of 3D technology and running a successful 3D printing service at a large academic library, this guide provides the steps to follow when launching a service in any type of library. Detailed guidance and over 50 graphics provide readers with sage guidance and detailed instructions on: planning a proposal printer selection tips preparing the location addressing staff concerns for new service developing service workflows and procedures managing inevitable disasters developing policies conducting the “reference interview” for 3D printing staff training tips outreach activities This book brings into one place all the guidance you need for developing and implementing a 3D printing service in any library.

Blender 3D Printing by Example

Blender 3D Printing by Example
Author: Vicky Somma
Publsiher: Packt Publishing Ltd
Total Pages: 430
Release: 2017-12-22
ISBN: 1788394364
Category: Computers
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Blender 3D Printing by Example Book Excerpt:

Build four projects using Blender for 3D Printing, giving you all the information that you need to know to create high-quality 3D printed objects. About This Book A project based guide that helps you design beautiful 3D printing objects in Blender Use mesh modeling and intersections to make a custom architectural model of a house Create a real world 3D printed prosthetic hand with organic modeling and texturing painting Who This Book Is For If you're a designer, artist, hobbyist and new to the world of 3D printing, this is the book for you. Some basic knowledge of Blender and geometry will help, but is not essential. What You Will Learn Using standard shapes and making custom shapes with Bezier Curves Working with the Boolean, Mirror, and Array Modifiers Practicing Mesh Modeling tools such as Loop Cut and Slide and Extrude Streamlining work with Proportional Editing and Snap During Transform Creating Organic Shapes with the Subdivision Surface Modifier Adding Color with Materials and UV Maps Troubleshooting and Repairing 3D Models Checking your finished model for 3D printability In Detail Blender is an open-source modeling and animation program popular in the 3D printing community. 3D printing brings along different considerations than animation and virtual reality. This book walks you through four projects to learn using Blender for 3D Printing, giving you information that you need to know to create high-quality 3D printed objects. The book starts with two jewelry projects-- a pendant of a silhouette and a bracelet with custom text. We then explore architectural modeling as you learn to makes a figurine from photos of a home. The final project, a human hand, illustrates how Blender can be used for organic models and how colors can be added to the design. You will learn modeling for 3D printing with the help of these projects. Whether you plan to print at-home or use a service bureau, you'll start by understanding design requirements. The book begins with simple projects to get you started with 3D modeling basics and the tools available in Blender. As the book progresses, you'll get exposed to more robust mesh modeling techniques, modifiers, and Blender shortcuts. By the time you reach your final project, you'll be ready for organic modeling and learning how to add colors. In the final section, you'll learn how to check for and correct common modeling issues to ensure the 3D printer can make your idea a reality! Style and approach The profile pendant teaches background images, Bezier Curves, and Boolean Union. The Mirror Modifier, Boolean Difference, and Text objects are introduced with the coordinate bracelet. Mesh modeling, importing SVG files, and Boolean Intersection help make the house figurine. The human hand illustrates using the Subdivision Surface Modifier for organic shapes and adding color to your designs.

Getting Started with 3D Printing

Getting Started with 3D Printing
Author: Liza Wallach Kloski,Nick Kloski
Publsiher: Maker Media, Inc.
Total Pages: 264
Release: 2021-04-18
ISBN: 1680456407
Category: Computers
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Getting Started with 3D Printing Book Excerpt:

The book is written in a casual, conversational style. It is easily accessible to those who have no prior knowledge in 3D printing, yet the book's message is solidly practical, technically accurate, and consumer-relevant. The chapters include contemporary, real-life learning exercises and insights for how to buy, use and maintain 3D printers. It also covers free 3D modeling software, as well as 3D printing services for those who don't want to immediately invest in the purchase of a 3D printer. Particular focus is placed on free and paid resources, the various choices available in 3D printing, and tutorials and troubleshooting guides.

3D Printing Made Simple

3D Printing Made Simple
Author: Saras Avikshit
Publsiher: BPB Publications
Total Pages: 88
Release: 2019-09-20
ISBN: 938817643X
Category: Computers
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

3D Printing Made Simple Book Excerpt:

Complete guide to explore 3d printing, scanning, sculpting, and milling Key features Step-by-step guide to learn the techniques, methodologies, and finished products Learn to employ 3D technology in new and inventive ways Know to enlarge, reduce, and repurpose existing artwork. Book is a practical tutorial, packed with real-world case studies to help you to design models that print right the first time. Learn to design models, choose materials, work with different printers, and integrate 3D printing with traditional prototyping to make techniques more efficient. DescriptionThis book 3D Printing Made Simple takes you through this exciting innovation, a technology called 3D Printing. It is revolutionising the way we do a lot of things and not just the creation of physical objects. The huge growth rates are a direct result of its applications for prototyping and mass production in a number of industries, thanks to an ever-increasing list of 3D printable materials. The World Economic Forum describes it as one of the four pillars of the 4th Industrial Revolution alongside AR, VR & AI, big data, blockchains etc. Many developing countries like India, completely missed the 1st two industrial revolutions (steam & petrol engines) and partially benefitted in the 3rd (electronics/computers). Now can we afford to not, or just partially participate in the 4th Industrial Revolution?Book adopts a practical approach, with step-by-step instructions to help guide readers. Lots of screenshots are given for each and every step where needed to design a high-quality model in Blender for 3D printing.What will you learn 3D Printing/3D Prototyping, its history, process, applications, SDG Goals. 3D Printing technologies, SWOT AnalysisWho this book is forIf you are a Blender user or someone who wants to make 3D objects suitable for 3D printing and if you are familiar with SketchUp and want to print the models which you have designed, then this book is ideal for you.Table of contents1. Part 11.1 What is the future going to be? An overview1.2 4th Industrial Revolution 1.3 History of 3D Printing and what humans want1.4 What is 3D Printing or 3D Prototyping and how it differs from the traditional prototyping?.1.5 The process of 3D Printing 1.6 Example & Applications of 3D Printing1.7 Utility of 3D Printing1.8 Comparing 3D Printing to Mass Production1.9 UN - SDG Goals & 3D PrintingSumming up Part 1 2. Part 22.1 Advantages of 3D Printing & where it's ideal2.2 Kinds of 3D Printing technologies2.3 SWOT Analysis of 3D Printing & survey results2.4 3D Printing in Schools & Universities2.5 3D Printing & how to empower ourselves2.6 Introduction to Design2.7 Live Use cases2.8 What we do2.9 Wrapping Up Part 2 GlossaryReferencesMust-see videos About the authorAvikshit Saras went to Modern School - New Delhi, thereafter did his BSc. from University of Bradford and his MSc. from the University of Manchester. He has been involved in numerous businesses such as financing of vehicles, dairying, pharmaceuticals, investment advisory and 3D printing. In 3D printing they engage with organisations for 3D printing training, consulting, prototyping services & installations. He has trained students & teachers at Indian School Muscat, DPS Faridabad, Pathways Gurgaon, Shalom, Scottish High, numerous other individuals, delivered 3DP talks in about 100 institutions and consulted for organisations. His Blog: avikshitsaras.wordpress.com/ His website: dca-vet.nl (Company Website)His LinkedIn Profile: linkedin.com/in/avikshit-saras-msc-coo-748721a