Supreme Court rules over cheerleader uniforms has implications for 3D printing

Supreme Court rules over cheerleader uniforms has implications for 3D printing

On 22nd March 2017, the US Supreme Court judged on a case of copyright law that may have implications for the law over 3D printed objects. The court case is a disagreement between two companies that make cheerleader uniforms, and it has a lot more relevance to 3D designs than you might think. Michael Weinberg, General Counsel of Shapeways, picked up on the case when it first arose in 2015. Weinberg gives a detailed appraisal of the case and its relevance to 3D printing via a blog post on the company’s website. Speaking to 3D Printing Industry Paul Banwatt, […]

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