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Brian Evans' Practical 3D Printers: The Science and Art of 3D Printing (Apress)

Announcing new books like Brian Evans' Practical 3D Printers: The Science and Art of 3D Printing is dangerous. Now we'll never get you out of the basement. Should you decide to sequester yourself in pursuit of 3-D-printing guru-dom, you will find yourself fully armed with everything you need to know. In case you are not yet aware, a 3-D printer is a device you can either buy or (oh so much more fun) build to make parts, toys, art and even 3-D images captured by a sensor or modeled in software. The book takes readers beyond building the printer to calibrating it, customizing it and creating amazing models with it, including 3-D printed text, a warship model, a robot body, windup toys and arcade-inspired alien invaders. Readers also will explore the different types of popular 3-D printer models like the MakerBot, the whiteAnt RepStrap and RepRap printers. Other topics range from finding and creating 3-D models, including using Google Sketchup, creating a 3-D model from a 2-D image, the printer toolchain, creating multipart models and meshes, and upgrading both the mechanical and electronic parts.

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SUSE Cloud solution..

SUSE has been very dependable

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SUSE has been very dependable over the years. Their cloud management services should be not different.


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lekon's picture

Allowing enterprises to rapidly deploy.And it's supported on more hardware and software than any other enterprise Linux distribution.

SUSE is the original provider

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SUSE is the original provider of the enterprise Linux distribution and the most interoperable platform for mission-critical computing. It's the only Linux recommended by VMware, Microsoft and SAP. And it's supported on more hardware and software than any other enterprise Linux distribution.

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re: endorsement

Kerwin's picture

"VMware, Microsoft and SAP." Well, at least I know why microsoft endorses to play.
And seriously? It's like reading an ad...

SUSE hatin'

rodney rondozai's picture

i think people are just against SUSE because of its ties to microsoft in past and present projects. That aside, SUSE (i use openSUSE 12.1 as a media server and domain controller) is quite relible as an enterprise server solution. go SUSE

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