3D Printing: Protecting Brand Owners Against Counterfeiters

January 26, 2016

Since their meteoric rise last year, 3D printers have captured the imaginations of consumers and businesses alike. 3D printers work like inkjet printers on steroids — rather than depositing a single layer of ink, 3D printers spin out successive layers until a final product is created based on a computer-aided design ("CAD") blueprint.

 

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