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Printing in Plastic: Build Your Own 3D Printer
Printing in Plastic: Build Your Own 3D Printer

Printing in Plastic: Build Your Own 3D Printer (Technology in Action) by Patrick Hood-Daniel, James Floyd Kelly

Printing in Plastic: Build Your Own 3D Printer (Technology in Action)



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Printing in Plastic: Build Your Own 3D Printer (Technology in Action) Patrick Hood-Daniel, James Floyd Kelly ebook
Publisher: Apress
Format: pdf
Page: 466
ISBN: 1430234431, 9781430234449


Instead of ink, it uses materials such as liquid plastic or powder as we saw in the above video. We don't have plastics, let alone 3-d printable plastics, that are any damn good for making barrels or bolts or firing pins. With a Japanese television news crew keeping close watch on a recent school day, Buford Middle School science students crafted their own sound speakers from plastic and paper. For anyone who has ever had to assemble IKEA furniture, that might not be very reassuring but if you're not sure you could hack it, here is a picture a little kid making his own toy shop using a 3D printer: We may need a few more years before we can 3D print a house but make no mistake, this is a technological revolution poised to alter the way businesses do business. €What if… Ok, I throw that last bit in just to mess with them, but technically, it is possible to get a 3D scan of your own brain which could then be fabricated into a physical replica. My second point from the previous discussion, you can already make your own weapon. In the cases of both disk drives and laser printers, tremendous advances in technology, materials, and manufacturing resulted in big, heavy and very expensive mechanical devices being made mush smaller, much cheaper, and even more capable. They did it using three-dimensional printers and computer-design software to produce plastic supports, paper cones, and other pieces. A Virginia middle school is partnering with the University of Virginia to use 3-D printing technologies to teach science and engineering concepts. When I tell people about 3D printing, many find it difficult to grasp how a printer, that trusty device that takes our screen based documents and gives them to us in the comfortingly tangible paper form, could build something in 3D, like a car, a motorcycle, a liver, a vein or even a house.

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