3D Printing Firms are now in the cross hairs of Big Data. Who owns that data, who steals that data and how do we protect ourselves from Big 3D Printing Data theft?
Category Archives: Intellectual Property
Here is a podcast borrowed from International Toolkit. It seemed right to broadcast it here because it, too, pertains to 3D Printing. It features David Weil from the Export Zoo.
3D Printing Podcast interviews Chris Demeo, Vice President of Sales and Promotions at Staples. He handles some pretty pervasive questions about 3D Printing Intellectual Property conflicts and how Staples handles this controversial issue.
It seems that Staples has been dealing with this issue long before 3D Printing technology hit the masses.
3D Printing Interview with Eric of Solid Concepts. Solid Concepts is a seven-facility company with project management and engineering expertise. Prototyping and low-volume production of plastic and metal components directly from design data is easily achieved with our broad selection of technologies and materials.
Additional capabilities in tooling and injection molding make Solid Concepts your one-stop source to bring your concept from prototype to finished product ready for market.
This could be a great tool for firms wishing to do 3D printing and development, without the overhead.
This is a sample of How to 3D Print Money in audio form. We will be producing the entire volume shortly, but here is the introduction and first chapter. The 3D Printing Book is already available in Ebook and Hardcover form
Are there 3D Printed Lawyers? Of course not. But there will be many law firms, ad agencies, PR firms and other service providers that emerge as 3D Printing experts. How can they do it?
In this one minute Podcast we explore if intellectual property owners will lose money if 3D Printing Diagrams are available on the Internet
This Podcast is also available on iTunes!