Friday, June 12, 2020

3D Printing Logbook by Bob Mather BOOK REVIEW

The answer could be a lot simpler than you thought.

Having worked in automotive manufacturing for 5 years, I realized the importance of systematic documentation in proper functioning of equipment.

 When I bought my first 3D printer, the Creality CR-10 5S, the initial excitement turned into frustration when I kept having the same problems with the nozzle, bed and other equipment again and again. I fixed these issues; and when they happened again, I wasted a lot of time looking for the answer on the internet. I could have just documented them.

I also noticed that there was a lot of variation in the print time and print quality each time I reset my machine parameters. I had no idea which parameters were significant. I also didn't understand what half the parameters on my slicer software did.

The solution to this and other problems was systematic documentation of print parameters, procedures, failures and regular maintenance logs. To prevent others from undergoing the same frustration that I did, I made this outline for logging your 3D prints and doing proper maintenance.


I received "3D Printing Logbook" Bob Mather to review my blog!

This book provides many different log forms that you can fill in when you have a maintenance issue.

The book includes: Individual print log,Failure log, R&D log, Maintenance log and a guide on how to use the log with filled examples.

You will definitely find this book useful,even if it's you're first time using a 3D printer.

This is a very well-organized book for 3D Printer users! 

I highly recommend this book!

If you are interested in purchasing  this book,check out the link below:

Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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