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Laser Secrets Notebook
Many times as a Hobbyist, Designer, Machinist and so forth, we encounter many specific settings and details that can be overwhelming to remember. With Laser Secrets Notebook, one can finally unlock their true potential as it serves to provide a tool in not only jotting down creative thoughts and reminders, but can serve as a guidance in turning a hobby into a fully operating laser business. Laser Secrets Notebook Sections include: Material Information(Material, Material Source, Operation, Speed, Power, LPI, Passes)(Thickness- Inch, Fraction, MM, Notes) Material Sources Seller Stats(Best Sellers) Inventory(Restock/Notes) Customer Order List Project To Do List Design Ideas
A Beginner's Guide to 3D ModelingNo Starch Press. 2019
A Beginner’s Guide to 3D Modeling is a project-based, straightforward introduction to computer-aided design (CAD). You’ll learn how to use Autodesk Fusion 360, the world’s most powerful free CAD software, to model gadgets, 3D print your designs, and create realistic images just like an engineering professional—with no experience required! Hands-on modeling projects and step-by-step instructions throughout the book introduce fundamental 3D modeling concepts. As you work through the projects, you’ll master the basics of parametric modeling and learn how to create your own models, from simple shapes to multipart assemblies. Once you’ve mastered the basics, you’ll learn more advanced modeling concepts like sweeps, lofts, surfaces, and rendering, before pulling it all together to create a robotic arm. You’ll learn how to: • Design a moving robotic arm, a door hinge, a teapot, and a 20-sided die • Create professional technical drawings for manufacturing and patent applications • Model springs and other complex curves to create realistic designs • Use basic Fusion 360 tools like Extrude, Revolve, and Hole • Master advanced tools like Coil and Thread Whether you’re a maker, hobbyist, or artist, A Beginner’s Guide to 3D Modeling is certain to show you how to turn your ideas into professional models. Go ahead—dust off that 3D printer and feed it your amazing designs.