2nd Volume – Textbook on 3D Printing

Students Participating in the 3D Printing AggieSTEM summer camp

My original co-author for “3D Printing for Dummies” is interested now for a Textbook as well! When we wrote the original volume, 3D Printing was still in its infancy, but now it is everywhere!

3DP4D Stats

The initial table of contents could include the following:

Textbook: 3D Printing
Intro
At Home
Artwork
Dragons
Jewelry
Sculptures
Clothing
Shared Creations
Project EGG
“Linked ” Medallions
Devices you can buy now
Starter Kits
Mattell Thingmaker
Dremel Idea Builder
XYZprinting Da Vinci Jr.
Robo 3D R1 Plus
MakePrusa i3 – Hephestos
Stratisys
Mojo
Makerbot
Connex3
Ultimaker
Lulzbot
Builder
Zortrax
Materials
  Plastic
  Resin
Metals
Wood Composites
Microscopic Scale
Buildings
Airplanes
Water Containers
(other Nanoscribe cell-growth structures)
In Classrooms
Architectural Models
Museam Reproductions
Smithsonian Collectiion
The Met collection
Famous Buidings
Animal Parts
Mathematical Constructs
Fossiles
Entertainment
For the Movies
Skyfall
Avatar
Iron Man
RoboCop
Jurassic Word
Star Was: The Force Awakens
At Disney
Chess Pieces
Toys for Kids
Carbon-Freeze Models
Soft Interactve Objects
Custom Replacement Lights
Robotic
Designs
Skin
Newer developments
(waiting on more details)
Medical
Implants
Replacement Jaws
Skull Repair
Dental
Hearing Aids
Casts
Prosthesis
Animal
Human
Body Fairings
Replacement Appliances
Models Used in Separating Conjoined Feotuses
Stints
Replacement Organs
Buildings
Bridge At Amaterdam
Contour Crafter In the BBC
Stone Spay in France
Hotel Suite in the Phillappines
Castles in the United Staes of America
Sand at MIT
For the Car
Parts
Components
Designs
Advertising
Entire Cars
For the Ocean
Flipper Replacement
Reefs in Monaco
Sampling Drones
Combatting Plastics
Robot Boats
Out in Space
On the ISS
Planned for the Moon
Planned for Mars
Practical Designs
(Details according to Richard Horne)
Conclusion

 

 

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