We recommend the following free-internet databases for patents ...
We have a detailed, separate guide for patents available. On that guide you'll find:
Most of the standards within the ASU Library are contained within a special print collection located in the Noble Science and Engineering Library on the Tempe campus. This is a non-circulating collection (items cannot be checked out).
The following instructions are for working with standards from organizations other than IEEE and ASTM.
If you have the standard agency and number ...
Enter the organization's ACRONYM (Ex. SEMI)
On the results screen, click on the link for the organization; this will display a list of all the standards that are available from that organization.
If you are looking for standards by subject, try these databases ...
The books listed below are those in the technology, engineering and/pr design subject that were recommended by the eBiodesign website. If the item is vailable at the ASU Library the title will lead you to the catalog record. If a title is not linked, this means it's not available.
In general, consider:
"3D Printing”, Wikipedia.org
"The entry on 3D Printing is recommended by engineers as being comprehensive and up-to-date."