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Book: Getting Started with 3D Printing

Getting Started with 3D Printing: A Hands-on Guide to the Hardware, Software, and Services Behind the New Manufacturing Revolution

authors: Kloski Liza Wallach, Kloski Nick

A decent overview of 3D printing. The sections introducing the types and getting and fixing models are fairly up to date. The intro to CAD is understandably very cursory, covering Tinkercad, Mesh mixer, and Fusion 360. There are many good tips to help models turn into better printed objects.
The last chapter or two are unfortunately weak. These seem like it was tossed in so that the book didn’t end with the details of the CAD tutorials. However, the content is a bit cursory and could use many more details of what is currently happening to support the speculation.
My rating 7

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