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IP issues with additive printing's companion technology - 3D Scanners

Published: 26 Nov 2013 Average Rating: unrated Print
 

The potential for mass consumer use of 3D printing has generated a lot of conversation on the interplay between the technology and IP laws. Less discussed, however, are the IP issues raised by 3D scanners - often a key component in successful additive printing. But 3D scanner advancements have kept up with 3D printing, and the technology has IP issues that merit review.

 
 
 

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