New Hobbyist Book "3D Printers for Woodworkers" Shows How Woodworkers Can Make Their Own Tools and Parts... and Save Money Doing It

Woodworkers and other home hobbyists can save considerable money by fabricating their own parts and tools using 3D printing, and a new book, "3D Printers for Woodworkers" offers a clear, easy-to-understand guide.

New Hobbyist Book "3D Printers for Woodworkers" Shows How Woodworkers Can Make Their Own Tools and Parts... and Save Money Doing It
Fresno, CA, November 30, 2020 --( Woodworking home hobbyists will learn how to fabricate their own tools and parts — while saving considerable money — in the new book "3D Printers for Woodworkers: A Short Introduction" (Linden Publishing, publication date December 1, 2020) by Henry Doolittle.

The blossoming technology of 3D printing isn't just for techies — a 3D printer is also the ideal tool for the traditional woodworker. Why waste money buying tools and parts when you can fabricate them yourself with your own 3D printer? You can save hundreds or even thousands of dollars by making your own tools—what's more, you can 3D print your own custom tools and parts that meet your unique needs.

"3D Printers for Woodworkers" is the first book on 3D printing written for woodworking hobbyists, with practical advice on how to fabricate one's own tools and parts for considerable cost savings. "3D Printers for Woodworkers" is also a lucid and easy-to-understand beginner's guide to 3D printing technology for anyone who wants to understand the basics.

"3D Printers for Woodworkers" covers the history and development of 3D printing and offering detailed comparisons of 3D printer models so you can confidently choose the right 3D printer for your needs.

"3D Printers for Woodworkers" also includes numerous schematics for tools useful to woodworkers, plus information on 3D printing molds and hardware such as drawer pulls, hinges, slides, and shims.

Comprehensive and user-friendly, "3D Printers for Woodworkers" is the ideal book for all woodworkers who want to save time and money while producing exceptional results.

More about Author:

Henry Doolittle worked in the nuclear industry for 44 years as a mechanical engineer. About 20 years ago, he bought a small lathe and took up woodturning as a hobby. The lathe got him started in woodworking. About six years ago he picked up a CNC router and started making jigs and fixtures, which in turn led to his interest in using 3D printers in the craftsman's shop. Using the 3D printer, he has been able to print his own woodworking tools, a process which this book details. "3D Printers for Woodworkers" is Doolittle's first book.

Book Details:
Title: 3D Printers for Woodworkers: A Short Introduction
Author: Henry Doolittle
Publisher: Linden Publishing
Publication Date: December 1, 2020
Price: $17.95
Category: Crafts & Hobbies/Woodwork
ISBN: 978-1-933502-03-8
Format: 6" x 9" trade paperback, 128 pages, 88 full color photographs, 25 full color drawings, index.

Available from woodworking craft supply stores, bookstores, online booksellers and Linden Publishing (1-800-345-4447,
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