Simplifying 3D Printing with OpenSCAD

Simplifying 3D Printing with OpenSCAD
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Publisher : Packt Publishing Ltd
Total Pages : 320
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ISBN-10 : 9781801811798
ISBN-13 : 1801811792
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Book Synopsis Simplifying 3D Printing with OpenSCAD by : Colin Dow

Download or read book Simplifying 3D Printing with OpenSCAD written by Colin Dow and published by Packt Publishing Ltd. This book was released on 2022-03-30 with total page 320 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: A step-by-step full-color guide to OpenSCAD that makes 3D printing easier than ever Key Features Learn more about 3D printing technology and the software used to design your objects Discover the various FDM slicer programs used to create G-code for 3D printer jobs Use a slicer program to create G-code to run your 3D printer job Book DescriptionWant to bring your 3D designs to life with OpenSCAD, but don’t know where to start? Simplifying 3D Printing with OpenSCAD will teach you the key skills so that you can focus on your ideas, not troubleshooting your 3D printer. With the help of this book, you’ll build a solid foundation in 3D printing technology, the software used for designing your objects, and an analysis of the G-code produced by the 3D printer slicer software. You’ll also get to know your 3D printer and find out how to set up a printing job effortlessly — from configuring the parameters to build well-defined designs. Consider yourself a practical learner? Use real-world examples such as designing and printing a 3D name badge, model rocket, and laptop stand, to dive into the world of 3D printers build your skillset. By the end of this 3D printing book, you'll be ready to start designing and printing your own 3D printed products using OpenSCAD and being your ideas into reality.What you will learn Gain a solid understanding of 3D printers and 3D design requirements to start creating your own objects Prepare a 3D printer for a job starting from leveling the print bed and loading the filament Discover various OpenSCAD commands and use them to create shapes Understand how OpenSCAD compares to other CAD programs Get to grips with combining text and a cube to create an object Explore the common libraries in OpenSCAD Who this book is forThis book is for engineers, hobbyists, teachers, 3D printing enthusiasts, and individuals working in the field of 3D printing. Basic knowledge of setting up and running 3D printers will help you get the most of this book.

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