Patent Trolls Target 3D Printing, Seek to Limit Our Ability to Print Skin

Patent Trolls Target 3D Printing, Seek to Limit Our Ability to Print Skin

betabeat.com
New Fig. 1 from patent no. 8,286,236 Apparently the advent of 3D printing technology is scary enough that before we’re even able to print out a new pair of shoes, patent trolls Intellectual Ventures have secured a patentthat might prevent the use of 3D printing technology for making really fun stuff,...
Patent Trolls Target 3D Printing, Seek to Limit Our Ability to Print Skin
                                       

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