Authentise: a game-changing company that wants to stream 3D files to your printer to end up with plagiarism. Have you ever wanted or tried to protect 3D printing designs of your own? Lack of efficient Copyright tools its a well-known problem around Makers. Hence, more than one person has had […]
Kodama, who you know from the hitTrinus 3D printer and now the soon to be released Obsidian 3D printer. I and others whom purchased rights to the first of these off the assembly line have heard the grumblings coming from the Kickstarter community that the Obsidian 3D printer was actually the intellectual property of another company “Furling Technology”.
Boeing 787 Dreamliner will be the First Commercial Airplane Flying with Certified Additive Manufactured Titanium Parts in Structural Applications We can see now how far Additive Manufacturing techniques move forward. For instance, this time Norsk Titanium AS is taking the next Big step. The pioneer supplier of additive-manufactured, structural titanium […]
3D printing is quickly becoming the next great industrial revolution. What use to be made in bulk overseas can now be made on-demand domestically. As a disruptive technology, 3D printing is largely unregulated. To date US courts are struggling with how to even classify the digital files for 3D objects. […]
On May 10th the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released a draft report that will lay the groundwork for approving printed medical devices. ‘Technical Considerations for Additive Manufactured Devices: Draft Guidance for Industry and Food and Drug Administration Staff” is a 28 page document that covers the FDA’s current position […]
Why we need creative commons attribution A recent controversy has erupted in the 3D printing world. Thingiverse member Louise Driggers posted a 3D model of a sad face, along with an article about a bad business practice happening online. In her post, she found an ebay store called just3D print that […]