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Unravelling the concept of 3D printing: knowing your rights in India

The challenge faced by IP legislation with respect to 3D printing is that the means of production in cases of 3D printing is decentralised (ie, the manufacturer is typically the end user who can simply download a file, either themselves or via an intermediary, and can...

3D Printing: Adoptability, Assurance, IP and Consumer Concerns

“3D printing is as easy as printing a letter on your desk jet printer on the one hand, and as difficult as setting up a lathe machine on your tabletop on the other. Considering all of the variables, is 3D printing adoptable for the average consumer?”  . Conceiving of...

What Is Medical 3D Printing—and How Is it Regulated?

Advances in 3D printing, also called additive manufacturing, are capturing attention in the health care field because of their potential to improve treatment for certain medical conditions.  . A radiologist, for instance, might create an exact replica of a patient’s...

How 3D printing could pose a threat to your privacy

3D printing was first employed as a fast and inexpensive way to create prototypes before manufacturing. However, in the past few years, 3D printers have become significantly cheaper and more readily available to the average consumer. These days, users around the world...

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