IP licensing in a 3D printed world
While experts may disagree about the extent to which 3D printing will change the world, there is a growing consensus that this technology will shake up current models of IP protection and licensing
At first blush, a world where parts and products are created at home or on the factory floor using 3D printing may seem like a potential IP licensing bonanza. In reality, the technology is likely to create some IP licensing opportunities while destroying others.
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