The Promise and Perils of 3D PrintingBy Jeff De Turris | August 25, 2014
“Will 3D printers change the world?” Recently, the New York Times offered a range of views in response to that question, including those of an economist, an engineer, and a set designer. If you’re looking for an insurance perspective, you should read the new ISO white paper, The Promise and Perils of 3D Printing. The paper discusses: - several methods and uses of 3D printing - potential insurance risks and exposures of 3D printing on the insurance industry and global markets - potential effects of 3D printing on the social, health and legislative environment in the United States and around the world Take a moment to download a free copy of the white paper. If you want to learn more about 3D printing and other emerging issues, visit our Emerging Issues Portal (ISOnet® login required) or send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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