Book of the Week: Snow Crash

This week’s selection is the mind-opening Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson.

Book of the Week: Basic Machines and How They Work

This week’s selection is “Basic Machines and How They Work” by the US Navy.

Book of the Week: Additive Manufacturing Innovations, Applications and Advances

This week’s selection is the broad-ranging collection “Additive Manufacturing Innovations, Applications and Advances”.

Book of the Week: Polygon Mesh Processing

This week’s selection is “Polygon Mesh Processing” by Mario Botsch, Leif Kobbelt, Mark Pauly, Pierre Alliez, and Bruno Levy.

Book of the Week: The Diamond Age

This week’s selection is “The Diamond Age: or A Young Lady's Illustrated Primer”, by Neal Stephenson.

Book of the Week: Thermo-Mechanical Modeling of Additive Manufacturing

This week’s selection is the deep “Thermo-Mechanical Modeling of Additive Manufacturing” by Michael Gouge and Pan Michaleris. 

Book of the Week: The Rise of Industrial 3D Printing

This week’s selection is “The Rise of Industrial 3D Printing” by Philip von Tell.

Book of the Week: Manufacturing and Design: Understanding the Principles of How Things Are Made

This week’s selection is “Manufacturing and Design: Understanding the Principles of How Things Are Made” by Erik Tempelman.

Book of the Week: A Hands-On Introduction to Topology Optimization

This week’s selection is the detailed work, “A Hands-On Introduction to Topology Optimization” by  Amir M. Mirzendehdel.

Book of the Week: Functional Design for 3D Printing

This week’s selection is the highly practical “Functional Design for 3D Printing” by Clifford Smyth. 

Book of the Week: 3D Printers for Libraries

This week’s selection is the useful “3D Printers for Libraries” by author Jason Griffey.

Book of the Week: The Peripheral

This week’s selection is The Peripheral, by William Gibson. 

Book of the Week: Additive Manufacturing of Metals

This week’s selection is the exhaustive “Additive Manufacturing of Metals: From Fundamental Technology to Rocket Nozzles, Medical Implants, and Custom Jewelry” by John O. Milewski.

Book of the Week: Aurora

This week’s selection is the very entertaining Aurora, by noted Science Fiction author Kim Stanley Robinson.

Book of the Week: 507 Mechanical Movements

This week’s selection is the classic 507 Mechanical Movements book by Henry T. Brown. 

Book of the Week: 3D Printing Failures

This week’s selection is the highly useful “3D Printing Failures: How to Diagnose and Repair All 3D Printing Issues” by Sean Aranda and David Feeney.

Book of the Week: Motors for Makers

This week’s selection is “Motors for Makers” by Matthew Scarpino.

Book of the Week: 3D Printed Science Projects

This week’s selection is the surprisingly advanced 3D Printed Science Projects book by Joan Horvath and Rich Cameron.

Book of the Week: Makers

This week’s selection is Makers, by Cory Doctorow.

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