Jan 27, 2021
What do 3D printing, additive manufacturing, and security all have to do with each other? Tom and Camille have a fascinating chat with Tim Simpson, a Paul Morrow Professor in Engineering Design and Manufacturing at the Pennsylvania State University. While their conversation may seem to border on science fiction, they’re talking about the already existing and soon-to-be realities of 3D manufacturing! Listen as the three discuss what additive manufacturing is, how additive manufacturing is being used in industries like the medical field and the military, the benefits of additive manufacturing, how additive manufacturing allows companies to quickly iterate on designs and increase production, ensuring data security and product quality, and how blockchain is being explored as a way of ensuring the security of files and the legitimacy of additive manufactured parts.
To learn more about 3D printing and additive manufacturing, see our previous podcast episode #16!
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