Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine how 3D printing technology and new policies can address recent economic concerns in Germany.
Additive Manufacturing Coalition and America Makes campaign for policy updates that recognize the importance of additive manufacturing in aerospace and defense.
Online 3D repository Sketchfab has changed their policies and now permits only adults aged 18 or over to participate.
VELO3D is back up and running an in-person business thanks to the CEO’s vaccination policy.
The government of India is set to develop a new policy regarding 3D printing.
Charles Goulding Jr. takes a look at upcoming US policy focus on climate change and how 3D printing plays a role.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi consider how a new treaty focused on areas with a major 3D printing presence may impact trade.
These are troubled times. The 3D printing industry is banding together to stand strong on the right side of history.
Could 3D printing be used to manufacture weapons of mass destruction? Is additive manufacturing dangerous? We have thoughts.
Should 3D printing companies be taking a stance regarding the production of weapons? Companies like Materialise and Carbon are well known for their no-weapons policies; others welcome defense contracts.
3D printed data models are helping the Sierra Leone government make decisions about educational policy.
Charles Goulding and Tricia Genova of R&D Tax Savers discuss auto parts 3D printing and the impact of the US/Mexico trade treaty.
BEEVERYCREATIVE has changed their filament usage policy – for the better.
On April 28th the key players in 3D printing from around the world went to Washington DC to try to influence policy makers on the best future for our technology, organized by Public Knowledge. The fear is that 3D printing could be severely hampered if restrictive regulations and digital property rights are misapplied to 3D… Continue reading 3DDC Results