Open-Source Lab – How to Build Your Own Hardware and Reduce Research Costs by Joshua M. Pearce

Book Description:
Introduction to open-source hardware for science — The benefits of sharing — nice guys and girls do finish first — Open licensing — advanced sharing — Open-source microcontrollers for science : how to use, design automated equipment with and troubleshoot — RepRap for science? How to use, design, and troubleshoot the self-replicating 3-D printer — Digital designs and scientific hardware — The future of open-source hardware and science.
Title: Open-Source Lab – How to Build Your Own Hardware and Reduce Research Costs
Editor: Joshua M. Pearce
Edition: 1st
Publisher: Elsevier Publications
Length: 262 pages
Size: 10.3 MB
Language: English

Open-Source Lab. How to Build Your Own Hardware and Reduce Research Costs

Author(s): Joshua M. Pearce (Auth.)

Publisher: Elsevier, Year: 2014

ISBN: 978-0-12-410462-4

 

[PDF] Open-Source Lab – How to Build Your Own Hardware and Reduce Research Costs by Joshua M. Pearce Table Of Contents

Front Matter, Page iii
Copyright, Page iv
Foreword, Pages vii-viii
Preface, Pages ix-xiii
Acknowledgments, Pages xv-xvii
Chapter 1 – Introduction to Open-Source Hardware for Science, Pages 1-11
Chapter 2 – The Benefits of Sharing—Nice Guys and Girls do Finish First, Pages 13-35
Chapter 3 – Open Licensing—Advanced Sharing, Pages 37-57
Chapter 4 – Open-Source Microcontrollers for Science: How to Use, Design Automated Equipment With and Troubleshoot, Pages 59-93
Chapter 5 – RepRap for Science—How to Use, Design, and Troubleshoot the Self-Replicating 3-D Printer, Pages 95-162
Chapter 6 – Digital Designs and Scientific Hardware, Pages 165-252
Chapter 7 – The Future of Open-Source Hardware and Science, Pages 255-263
Index, Pages 265-271


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