3D Printing Podcast on Staples and Intellectual Property in the 3D Printing Industry

First it sold select 3D printers in stores, then it sold print-by-mail services in Europe — now Staples is offering US customers a chance to print objects on-demand and on-site. The company’s launch event is focusing on the fun side of 3D printing, serving up action figures and personalized Starfleet officers to walk-in customers, but Staples says it hopes the service will catch the attention of small businesses. Learn more about Staples and how the controversial IP argument is discussed by Chris Demeo of Staples

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  1. […] First it sold select 3D printers in stores, then it sold print-by-mail services in Europe now Staples is offering US customers a chance to print objects on-demand and on-site. The company s launch event is focusing on the fun side of 3D printing, serving up action figures and personalized Starfleet officers to walk-in customers, but Staples says it hopes the service will catch the attention of small businesses. Learn more about Staples and how the controversial IP argument is discussed by Chris Demeo of Staples  […]

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