If you're looking to master the key aspects of 3D printing, this book is for you.
- Insights into the mechanism behind all major 3D printing technologies
- An understanding of the benefits and limitations of each technology
- Decision making tools for technology selection
- Actionable design advice and guidelines
- Industry case studies from world-leading brands
- Master the fundamentals of 3D printing
The 3D Printing Handbook provides practical advice on selecting the right technology and how-to design for 3D printing, based upon first-hand experience from the industry's leading experts.
The 3D Printing Handbook is a beautifully designed new reference work from 3D Hubs.
The additive manufacturing service provider 3D Hubs recently published a Design for Additive Manufacturing reference book — The 3D Printing Handbook | Technologies, design and applications.
“We aimed to make this the most comprehensive book on 3D printing currently available,” says George Fisher-Wilson, 3D Hubs Communication Manager.
“With over 300 pages of actionable design advice and decision making tools, it reads unlike any other engineering book, full of easy-to-understand diagrams and inspiring visuals.”
This book is primarily for engineers and designers.
In it they will learn about the potential of 3D printing for professional applications. It also helps address common misconceptions about the industry — going a long way to clearing the smoke & mirrors.
But, it's also an important resource for C-Suite and other executive decision makers. Even if they only read the first section. This will help them make informed decisions on adopting Additive Manufacturing and 3D printing technologies into their operations. Here's a snippet from the introduction:
The purpose of this introduction is to identify where 3D printing sits as a method of manufacturing relative to more traditional processes, like CNC, injection molding and casting. This section will outline the most common manufacturing methods and conclude with an overview of the general 3D printing process.
The Dutch Startup is pretty happy with the publication of The 3D Printing Handbook. They reckon they’ve democratized their expert knowledge into something more broadly accessible.
This book will become your go-to reference for Additive Manufacturing and 3D printing technologies.