Regulation and policy take centre stage at TCT 3D printing show

  • Posted on 2nd November 2015
Regulation and policy take centre stage at TCT 3D printing show

According to recent research by management consultancy A.T. Kearney, the global market for 3D printing is set to grow from $4.5 billion today to $17.2 billion by 2020. With this rapid growth will come added scrutiny from policy makers and regulators. To support its long term growth, and for the industry to fulfil its remarkable potential, a supportive regulatory and…

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3D printing regulation: should governments intervene?

  • Posted on 19th June 2014
3D printing regulation: should governments intervene?

From guns to body parts,3D printing technology has introduced a digital manufacturing revolution, which is already disrupting some of our well-established industries. Companies are now able to print silicone, latex, ceramic, clay, play dough, Nutella, or icing sugar. In the medical field, 3D printing brings the ability to print replacement body parts, organs, skin and bones. NASA has recently purchased a…

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