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Getting Started with CNC by Edward Ford

Title Getting Started with CNC
Author Edward Ford
Publisher Maker Media, Inc.
Release 2016-08-11
Category Computers
Total Pages 166
ISBN 1457183323
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Getting Started with CNC is the definitive introduction to working with affordable desktop and benchtop CNCs, written by the creator of the popular open hardware CNC, the Shapeoko. Accessible 3D printing introduced the masses to computer-controlled additive fabrication. But the flip side of that is subtractive fabrication: instead of adding material to create a shape like a 3D printer does, a CNC starts with a solid piece of material and takes away from it. Although inexpensive 3D printers can make great things with plastic, a CNC can carve highly durable pieces out of a block of aluminum, wood, and other materials. This book covers the fundamentals of designing for--and working with--affordable ($500-$3000) CNCs.

Title Getting Started with MakerBot
Author Bre Pettis
Publisher "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
Release 2012
Category Computers
Total Pages 213
ISBN 1449338658
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Provides information on using the MakerBot printer to creat a wide variety of 3D objects.

Getting Started with 3D Printing by Liza Wallach Kloski

Title Getting Started with 3D Printing
Author Liza Wallach Kloski
Publisher Maker Media, Inc.
Release 2021-04-18
Category Computers
Total Pages 264
ISBN 1680456407
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

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.

Title Getting Started with 3D Carving
Author Zach Kaplan
Publisher Maker Media, Inc.
Release 2017-07-31
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 152
ISBN 1680450956
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

3D printing has been the hot topic in the maker world for years now, but there's another type of desktop manufacturing that's become the go-to choice for anyone who needs durable results fast. Instead of slowly depositing layers of plastic, a 3D carver starts with a solid block of material and carves it away using a rotating metal bit. It's faster than 3D printing, offers a wider choice of materials, and creates durable, permanent parts that look great. This book covers the basics of designing and making things with a 3D carver, and gives you several projects you can build yourself including a guitar, clock, earrings, and even a skateboard.

Biomedical Engineering Design by Joseph Tranquillo

Title Biomedical Engineering Design
Author Joseph Tranquillo
Publisher Academic Press
Release 2022-05-02
Category Science
Total Pages 528
ISBN 0128166258
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Biomedical Engineering Design presents the design processes and practices used in academic and industry medical device design projects. The first two chapters are an overview of the design process, project management and working on technical teams. Further chapters follow the general order of a design sequence in biomedical engineering, from problem identification to validation and verification testing. The first seven chapters, or parts of them, can be used for first-year and sophomore design classes. The next six chapters are primarily for upper-level students and include in-depth discussions of detailed design, testing, standards, regulatory requirements and ethics. The last two chapters summarize the various activities that industry engineers might be involved in to commercialize a medical device. Covers subject matter rarely addressed in other BME design texts, such as packaging design, testing in living systems and sterilization methods Provides instructive examples of how technical, marketing, regulatory, legal, and ethical requirements inform the design process Includes numerous examples from both industry and academic design projects that highlight different ways to navigate the stages of design as well as document and communicate design decisions Provides comprehensive coverage of the design process, including methods for identifying unmet needs, applying Design for ‘X’, and incorporating standards and design controls Discusses topics that prepare students for careers in medical device design or other related medical fields

Getting Started with CNC by Tran Thanh

Title Getting Started with CNC
Author Tran Thanh
Publisher
Release 2019-04-23
Category
Total Pages 142
ISBN 9781095611180
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

CNC Programming Tutorials. Guide To Step-by-Step CNC Machine1. CNC Programming Basics2. CNC Modes & Controls3. CNC Operating4. CNC Machine Set Up5. CNC Lathe Intro

Makers by Chris Anderson

Title Makers
Author Chris Anderson
Publisher Random House
Release 2012-09-13
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 272
ISBN 1448136806
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

If a country wants to remain economically vibrant, it needs to manufacture things. In recent years, however, many nations have become obsessed with making money out of selling services, leaving the real business of manufacturing to others. Makers is about how all that is being reversed. Over the past ten years, the internet has democratised publishing, broadcasting and communications, leading to a massive increase in the range of participation in everything digital - the world of bits. Now the same is happening to manufacturing - the world of things. Chris Anderson, bestselling author of The Long Tail, explains how this is happening: how such technologies as 3D printing and electronics assembly are becoming available to everybody, and how people are building successful businesses as a result. Whereas once every aspiring entrepreneur needed the support of a major manufacturer, now anybody with a smart idea and a little expertise can make their ideas a reality. Just as Google, Facebook and others have created highly successful companies in the virtual world, so these new inventors and manufacturers are assuming positions of ever greater importance in the real world. The next industrial revolution is on its way.

Title Creating with Laser Cutters and Engravers
Author Mary-Lane Kamberg
Publisher The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
Release 2016-12-15
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 64
ISBN 1499465041
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This text provides readers with an exploratory lens into the general world of the Fab Lab with an in-depth focus on two specific types of machinery: laser cutters and engravers. These machines give users the unique opportunity to create through the removal of material from its source. Included for readers are hands-on tips and tricks for operating laser cutters and engravers, providing a variety of projects for every experience level, all the while connecting these skills to real-world business models and careers. This title tackles the arts and design element of STEAM more than any other Fab Lab machines do.

Title Make Tips and Tales from the Workshop
Author Gareth Branwyn
Publisher Maker Media, Inc.
Release 2018-05-30
Category House & Home
Total Pages 224
ISBN 1680450751
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The hard-earned tips and tricks gained by experience are the hidden currency of makers -- passed along in workshops and makerspaces by example and by retelling -- shared wisdom that will help you work smarter, easier, and more efficiently. Who doesn't remember with gratitude the insider secrets they learned from from a parent, shop teacher, or artisan? The best ones are never forgotten! This benchtop reference collects hundreds of ingenious and indispensable shop tips and pearls of wisdom collected by the editors of Make: and some of the most talented and prolific makers who've contributed to the magazine and Maker Faire over the past decade. Inside you'll find tips for measuring and cutting, gluing and fastening, clamping and joining, drilling, shop organizing, maintenance and repair, and more. The topics covered run the gamut from traditional shopcraft to electronics and soldering. You'll also encounter fascinating tales from experienced makers whose personal stories illuminate their favorite tools and best discoveries. Illustrated in full color with photos, drawings, and comic strips, Tips and Tales from the Workshop will entertain and enlighten while inspiring you. Get ready to smack your head and ask yourself, "Why didn't I think of that?" Praise for Tips and Tales from the Workshop: "Gareth Branwyn is the Tip Master. He scours the workshops of the world for practical, time-saving, life-altering tips to help you make stuff better, faster, and cheaper. This book rounds up the best ones he knows." --KEVIN KELLY, creator of Cool Tools and Wired Senior Maverick "Gareth has essentially created a magic book for makers." --DONALD BELL, Maker Project Labs "Tips and Tales from the Workshop is sure to inspire anyone to get making with newfound ease and satisfaction. This book embodies the spirit of great mentors, across every medium, and imparts a wizard-like cleverness to its readers. I thought I was clever, and this book has already prevented at least a dozen new mistakes in my studio. It's "ah-ha" moment overload!" --BECKY STERN, DIY guru and Instructables content creator "It must be hard to write a book like this with such uncommon clarity and in so entertaining a fashion as Gareth Branwyn has done here. Gareth clearly has a deep understanding of making and those who make because he is a maker himself. Tips and Tales from the Workshop is jam packed with invaluable information; it is both a fun read and a reliable shop reference for any do-it-yourselfer." --ANDY BIRKEY, YouTube maker

Machine Shop Trade Secrets by James A. Harvey

Title Machine Shop Trade Secrets
Author James A. Harvey
Publisher Industrial Press Inc.
Release 2005
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 313
ISBN 0831132272
Language English, Spanish, and French
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“…James Harvey has written an excellent book that fills a void in current metalworking instructional books. Most textbooks are aimed at the beginner in the machining trade and cover basic work practice admirably. What textbooks do not do is sit you down with a veteran of the trade who can fill you in on the tips and tricks that allow working faster, accurately and intelligently. What amazed me is at how all these tips are not recycled versions of the ones we are all familiar with (as published by Lindsay's books and others) but are new tips, all useful and pertinent to the tools and methods of today.” Nicholas Carter Written by an experienced machinist and plastic injection mold maker, this groundbreaking manual will have users thinking and producing like experienced machinists. Machine Shop Trade Secrets provides practical “how-to” information that can immediately be put to use to improve ones machining skills, craftsmanship, and productivity. It is sure to be used and referred to time and again.