Additive Manufacturing: Regulations of 3D-Printed Products Additive Manufacturing: Regulations of 3D-Printed Products

Additive Manufacturing: Regulations of 3D-Printed Products

Joe Keglewitsch and Meghann Supino of Ice Miller, as well as Kelly Goodsel, President of Time Compression LLC presented “3D Printing: Exploring the Potential and Avoiding the Risks of Additive Manufacturing” before members of the Illinois Manufacturing Association in Oakbrook, Illinois on March 11. They provided an overview of additive manufacturing (3D printing), how it works, the issues and benefits, financing arrangements, and avoiding risks.

In an excerpt of this presentation below,  Meghann Supino presents "Additive Manufacturing — Regulations of 3D-Printed Products" which outlines government regulation in consumer products relating to the manufacturing community. 

To learn more, please contact Meghann Supino or any member of Ice Miller's Additive Manufacturing/3D printing practice. 



This publication is intended for general information purposes only and does not and is not intended to constitute legal advice. The reader should consult with legal counsel to determine how laws or decisions discussed herein apply to the reader's specific circumstances.
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