Time For Fashion Designers To Buckle Up For 3-D Printing

Law360, New York (October 17, 2013, 4:01 PM EDT) -- Today’s high school students are learning the skills needed for 3-D modeling, and copying is already being encouraged online: In a video posted at 3dprinter.net, a man takes off the sunglasses he is wearing and shows how to make a 3-D copy in a few easy steps.[1]

3-D printing is still far from mainstream, but prices of home copiers are falling rapidly, with home 3-D printers available at Staples for $1,299.99, and smaller companies already offering cheaper options, such as the Assembled Printrbot Simple, available for $399, and unassembled kits available for as low as $200. Online 3-D printing services are...

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