CAD Files and European Design Law

Author:Viola Elam
Pages:146-162
SUMMARY

Three-dimensional printing ("3DP") is an additive manufacturing technology that starts with a virtual 3D model of the object to be printed, the so-called Computer-Aided-Design ("CAD") file. This file, when sent to the printer, gives instructions to the device on how to build the object layer-by-layer. This paper explores whether design protection is available under the current European regulatory ... (see full summary)


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