Here is a quick 3D Printing Slideshow that asks 10 key legal questions.
Shapeways Customer Service Team Lead Thomas Ellison discusses the basics of copyright, patent and intellectual property for designers and Shapeways shop owners at the Shapeways Small Business Bootcamp on October 24, 2014. See if he discusses 3D Printing materials as well.
This presentation explores the intersection—and some would say the head-on collision—between 3D printing and intellectual property (IP). Illustrating this high level and entertaining presentation with examples of advances in 3D printing and materials, John Hornick explores the implications for IP and the world and addresses challenging questions, such as: How will the democratization of manufacturing […]
Policy makers, legal professionals, patent creators, regulatory officials, and 3D printing advocates are encouraged to join us at 3D Printing Politics as we explore recent questions raised about the relationship between creativity, law, and 3D printing. Attendees will help shape thinking on key intellectual property issues raised by 3D printing, including digital piracy of physical […]
3D Printing Law Firm: How will a law firm attract 3D Printing Clients? By positioning themselves with the 3D Printing Law Firm they can gain access to manufacturers and service providers in the 3D Printing Industry. It took more than 20 years from the Copyright Act of 1976 to the establishment of “safe harbors” with […]
Maybe you have heard of graphene. For many it was the holy-grail of material sciences. This material is a single layer of carbon atoms. The carbon atoms arrange to make a honeycomb shape. With a thickness of one carbon atom, it is considered two dimensional, yes TWO-DIMENSIONAL. It is essentially the thinnest layer of graphite. […]
Apple has filed 5 new patent applications on the process of using Liquidmetal to build the next generation of smartphones, tablets and digital displays. Apple’s patent applications also relate to 3D printing and how 3D printing technology would be used to build certain devices with Liquidmetal.
Is the law ready for 3D Printing? Does the great legal minds have a good understanding of 3D Printing uses, technology, applications and threats? What will happen when average lawyers attempt to explain 3D Printing Law? Intellectual property, patent protection, digital rights and employee theft are only some of the areas that need to explained […]