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3D Printer Jailbreaking: the Age-old Open/Closed Dilemma

3D Printer Jailbreaking: the Age-old Open/Closed Dilemma (Chinese)

3D Printing And IP Rights: The Elephant In The Room

3D Printing and Public Policy

3D Printing Away from Control

3D Printing: Brand Killer or Retail Rescuer?

3D Printing Companies Petition the Supreme Court for Copyright Clarity

3D Printing Goes Corporate in 2015

3D printing: IP Vulnerability and Information Technology

3D Printing New Jobs

3D Printing: Rocking Manufacturing

3D Printing Will Rock Manufacturing

3D Scanning: the Achilles Heel of IP Protection for 3D Printing

3D Scanning: the Achilles Heel of IP Protection for 3D Printing (Chinese)

3D Printing: IP Vulnerability and Information Technology

10 Incredible Ways 3D Printing Will Rock The World

Appeals Court Rules On the Transmission of 3D Files

ASTM’s 3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing Standards (Chinese)

Court to Decide Key Question on Patentability of 3D Digital Models

Court to Decide Key Question on Patentability of 3D Digital Models (Chinese)

Crowdsourcing 3D Printing Prior Art for Preissuance Submissions 

Crowdsourcing Prior Art to Defeat 3D Printing Patent Applications

How Patents Die: Expiring 3D Printing Patents

How to Tell What’s Real and What’s Fake in a 3D Printed World

HP’s Multi Jet Fusion: an IP Perspective

Intellectual Property in 3D Printing And Nanotechnology3D Bioprinting and Nanotechnology in Tissue Engineering  & Regenerative Medicine; Elsevier; January 2015; pp. 349-63

IP Lessons from NewPro 3D’s 3D Printing Spat with Nexa3D

IP Licensing in a 3D Printed World

IP Licensing in a 3D Printed World; The Licensing Journal; Wolters Kluwer; Vol. 36, No. 2; February 2016

John Hornick’s Top 5 3D Printing Stories from 2015

Many 3D Printing Patents Are Expiring Soon: Here’s A Round Up & Overview of Them     VIRAL

Of Sharks, Thrones, and Paradigm Shifts

Some Thoughts on Copyright and 3D Printing

Stratasys v. Afinia Update: What’s the Point?

Stratasys v. Afinia Update: What’s the Point?(Chinese) 

Why the Memjet v. HP Lawsuit Will Be A Footnote In The 3D Printing Patent Wars 

Why the Memjet v. HP Lawsuit Will Be A Footnote In The 3D Printing Patent Wars (Chinese)

Yes, Some 3D Printing Patents Are Expiring. So What?

© John Hornick 2016