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UK Study Assesses Legal and Industry Ramifications of 3D Printing & Intellectual Property
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junio 29, 2015
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UK Study Assesses Legal and Industry Ramifications of 3D Printing & Intellectual Property.

http://3dprint.com/42000/uk-st…..fications/

The UK is not worried about coming up with a new prototype or an innovative 3D printed component — they are looking into 3D printing to see what kind of legal mischief might arise while everyone’s out designing, sharing, blogging, and printing up a storm. We all know there are safety and security issues with doing something like 3D printing of weapons. But what plethora of intellectual property issues could arise from this innovation fest — not to mention people having an interesting new power they can exercise right from their desktops and home workshops? It’s important to see exactly where this much-touted ‘revolution’ is going, exactly.

3D printing has surpassed the phase where it needs validation anymore as a reality and a means of impacting society and economics. Now, governments and those interested in legal issues are beginning to beg the question of whether it’s okay legally. And in such an unsupervised fashion…hmm…this could be worrisome.

Joel Alejandro Gómez Treviño

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