This week’s selection is “3D Printing in Model Aircraft Construction” by Thomas Fischer.
Charles R. Goulding reviews The Exponential Age, which places 3D printing at the forefront of transformation.
Charles R. Goulding reflects on “The Secret History of Home Economics” and the history of trailblazing women making an impact in science and technology.
MakerBot announced a third edition for their well-regarded Educators Guidebook.
This week’s selection is “The Industrial Revolution: A Very Short Introduction” by Robert C. Allen.
Charles R. Goulding considers increasing lifespans increasing medical 3D printing demand.
Charles R. Goulding reviews a new ebook that features tech insights and fits into the theme of an unusual year.
This week’s selection is “3D Concrete Printing Technology” by Jay G. Sanjayan, Ali Nazari and Behzad Nematollahi.
Charles R. Goulding dives into the book Samsung Rising.
Have you ever heard of the Golden Ratio? This incredible mathematical number is all around you, and a new book explains its history and importance.
There are an increasing number of industry reports on the 3D printing industry, but one report is the most well known.
We’re looking at MakerBot’s new Educators Guidebook today.
This week’s selection is the entry-level 3D Printing for Dummies by Richard Horne and Kalani Kirk Hausman.
There have been a number of fascinating 3D printing books emerge, but we believe this one could be the best yet.
Nestor Llanos is a 3D designer who has done a great deal pushing the envelope of 3D printing forward, but now he’s helping start others on the same path.
A project at the University of Colorado Boulder has developed techniques for producing “tactile books” for visually impaired children.
Want to know more about 3D printing? There’s a ebook now available for download.