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    Technologist Ward's Avatar
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    Technical Information Resources

    Suppose someone wanted to really read the technical aspects of 3D printing rather than the basics...someone with too much time on their hands

    For example, a full indepth discussion of infill, layer height and virtually all the parameters involved in 3D printing.

    Is there a good place to go to read up on all those technical aspects and the effect they have on printing?

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    Technologist Ward's Avatar
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    Thanks Davo
    I've had trouble with Google for about a year now. I have to use Yahoo search, which is not quite as good as Google search.
    Not one single Google link works for me. When I click, nothing happens. Sometimes I can copy the link into the browser but Google's links are all so freaking advertising and tracking loaded they usually don't work anyway. bummer.

    This is typical.....
    https: //www. act=8&sqi=2&ved=0ahUKEwiNwZTqgafJAhXDSSYKHYgQC8cQF gg3MAA& &sig2=tGb_yQptL-IdLbiL0cKZQw&bvm=bv.108194040,d.eWE
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    Curious. Those should get you started.

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    Thanks for the links. Sure, you can Google stuff, but I like having community suggested information as well sometimes. Especially for when you stumble into some interesting information you weren't specifically looking for.

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    Good information is handled by friends and links. It is important to take into account what is mentioned here, in order to guarantee a better impression and not have any type of inconvenience in the process. I would also like to share with you lovers of 3d my website where I have a variety of downloadable models that can be used for your impressions ..! with more than 2.5 million 3D models indexed from a wide variety of repositories on the Internet, a platform as a useful tool for all those looking for digital models ..! I hope to help you in something

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    Very Informative

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    Much obliged for the connections. Of course, you can Google stuff, however I like having a network recommended data too now and then. Particularly for when you bumble into some intriguing data you weren't particularly searching for.

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    Good information.

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