We know by now that 3D printing has become a disruptive force in the manufacturing technology. While the economics of 3D printing have not quite caught up to more traditional manufacturing processes, the design freedom that it provides and its reliance on purely digital models has made it easier to turn more creative ideas into reality.
However, the “democratization” of 3D printing technology has also brought forth several issues. Can anyone just use a 3D model downloaded from the Internet and print a product that they want to sell? Who is responsible for any accidents caused by a 3D printed product? To answer these questions, […]
3D Printing News Briefs, December 3, 2020: Continuous Composites, AIMS, ULTRAWAVE, Digital Building Technologies, QOROX, Disney
In this edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, Continuous Composites has opened a new manufacturing facility, while...