New guide to increase uptake of 3D printing
Additive manufacturing (AM), including 3D printing, is key to improving European industrial competitiveness. With so many real-world applications of 3D printing – from prosthetic limbs and jewellery making to the construction and automobile industry – 3D printing is forever changing product design and development. AM is disrupting the manufacturing industry, enabling a positive shift from mass production to full customisation. The EU-funded INNOADDITIVE project aims at improving the knowledge and know-how of innovation agencies. It will organise three workshops targeting an audience of innovation professionals to ensure the dissemination of information about innovation support programmes piloted throughout Europe. The project’s main deliverable will be a practical guide about how to encourage SMEs to adopt AM technologies.
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