E3D-Online clarified their position on use of their Revo hot end design.
3D printing has really stepped up to the plate in pandemic response — but what happens with those designs post-pandemic?
We’re going to take a look at a few key ways in which the law can impact 3D printing.
3D printing is about more than printing; a chat with LEO Lane illuminates more in end-to-end workflow opportunity.
It’s not always about revenue; sometimes patents are worth it to prove larger positioning.
Digital supply chains and digital manufacturing solutions are on the rise — and real success will depend on intellectual property management.
Understanding the capabilities and legalities of 3D printing is a complex undertaking: lawyer John F. Hornick weighs in on today’s realities.
Digital inventory is rapidly enabling more agile solutions for the global supply chain; at the same time, it creates additional concerns.
As 3D printing continues to see adoption in industry, legal implications must be kept in mind: we speak to Elizabeth (Beth) D. Ferrill of IP law firm Finnegan.