A British nonprofit and several businesses are using 3-D printers to create quality products that help people live more independently.
For small businesses that make things and for entrepreneurs who dream of doing the same, the greatest challenge is almost always the cost of technology for turning an idea into a tangible product.
As businesses undertake digital transformations, they have to rethink what customers value most and create operating and business models that take advantage of what’s possible through multiple digital platforms.
Some men see things as they are and ask why. Others dream things that never were and ask why not. George Bernard Shaw
Organizations spend billions of dollars on research and development in the hope of scoring the next game changer.
An interesting and stimulating article (series) by Rachel Park
Nine 3D printer startups have been funded on KickStarter!!
An interesting approach where Makerbot combines prefab with 3D printing on demand.
In Australia Fujifilm was gauging the reaction to the idea of introducing 3D printing kiosks for personalized gifts.
The DIY enthusiasts involved in today’s “maker movement” love experimenting with 3D printers to turn digital designs into real-life objects made of plastic, metal, even chocolate.