Items tagged "3D Printing"

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3D/DC Returns to Capitol Hill Next Week: RSVP Now!

February 22, 2017 3D Printing , 3DDC , 3DDC2017

We’re thrilled to share that 3D printers are coming back to Washington, D.C. next week! The 6th annual 3D/DC event, which is made possible through the support of the Congressional Maker Caucus, is scheduled to take place next week, and you should come.

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That’s a Wrap on 3D/DC 2016!

May 9, 2016 3D Printing , 3DDC , 3DDC2016 , Arts

Courtney Duffy, PK’s Robert W. Deutsch Arts & Technology Fellow, spearheaded the 5th annual 3D/DC 2016, the premier 3D printing policy event in the nation. The event took place on Capitol Hill over the course of April 13 and 14. You can check out social media posts from the event using #3DDC2016, and follow Courtney Duffy on Twitter at @cduffy90. Here is a recap of the event.

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Q&A with Educator Teresa Sappington: 3D Printing in the Classroom, 3D/DC 2016, and More

April 11, 2016 3D Printing , 3DDC , 3DDC Q&A , 3DDC2016 , Maker Movement

It is hard to believe we are just a few days away from 3D/DC! My final interview for this series is with Teresa Sappington, Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow. Teresa is a high school engineering teacher from Lamar County Center for Technical Education in Purvis, MS. She is sponsored by the Department of Energy’s Office of Science and has served as a Congressional Fellow on Capitol Hill with Congressman Mark Takano’s office since the fall of 2015.

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3D/DC 2016: Enable Community Foundation’s CEO on 3D Printing’s Potential for Social Impact

April 7, 2016 3D Printing , 3DDC , 3DDC Q&A , 3DDC2016 , Maker Movement

Enable Community Foundation (ECF), an internet-based organization, is reimagining what it means to “do good” in the digital age. ECF and its affiliate project, Enable International Haiti (EIH) will be joining Tikkun Olam Makers (TOM) for a lunchtime panel at this year’s 3D/DC on Thursday, April 14. You should come.

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We Talk 3D/DC 2016 with Source3 Founder and CEO Patrick Sullivan

March 28, 2016 3D Printing , 3DDC , 3DDC Q&A , 3DDC2016 , Copyright

Last week we published a Q&A with 3D/DC founder and Shapeways General Counsel Michael Weinberg. This week we’re back with a Q&A from another of our valued event sponsors: Source3. We sat down with founder and CEO Patrick Sullivan. Follow Source3 on Twitter and be sure to tweet about this year’s event using #3DDC2016.

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A Conversation on 3D Printing with 3D/DC Founder Michael Weinberg

March 21, 2016 3D Printing , 3DDC , 3DDC Q&A , 3DDC2016 , DMCA

We’re proud that 3D/DC 2016 marks the fifth anniversary of bringing the 3D printing community to Capitol Hill to talk policy. This year’s event takes place in the Rayburn House Office Building on Thursday, April 14 – now less than a month away! You should come.

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3D/DC 2016: 3D Printing Returns to Capitol Hill on April 14!

March 15, 2016 3D Printing , 3DDC , 3DDC2016 , Copyright , Makers Movement

We’re thrilled to announce that 3D printers are coming back to Washington, D.C. this spring! 3D/DC 2016 is scheduled to take place just four weeks from now on Thursday, April 14, 2016. You should come!

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What the Library of Congress Decided This Week About 3D Printing

October 30, 2015 1201 Reform , 3D Printing , Anticircumvention , Copyright Reform , DMCA

In November 2014, Public Knowledge petitioned the Copyright Office for a number of exemptions to the prohibition against circumventing technological protection measures (i.e. “digital locks”) protecting copyrighted works under Section 1201 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

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The Not-So-Great Case Against Our §1201 Exemption Requests

April 30, 2015 1201 Reform , 3D Printing , Anticircumvention , Copyright Reform , DMCA

Earlier this year, Public Knowledge submitted comments to the Copyright Office as part of the Librarian of Congress’s triennial exemption review process, in support of three requests for exemptions to the DMCA’s anti-circumvention provision:

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What does it mean to open source a resin?

March 12, 2015 3D Printing , Copyright , Open Source

Yesterday, Autodesk announced that it was open sourcing one of the resins for its spark 3D printer. Autodesk says that they are releasing the recipe under a Creative Commons attribution-share alike license, and invited the community to remix, improve, and build upon it as they saw fit. This decision is commendable on the part of Autodesk, but what does it actually mean to open source 3D printing resin?

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