Legal aspects of 3D printing
Today, 3D printing is one of the technologies that is rapidly gaining momentum and being applied in various fields.
The possibility of printing physical objects based on their digital models appeared back in the 1980s, and it was precisely then that the first industrial devices for three-dimensional printing appeared. Over the past three decades, 3D printing has become a unique tool that makes it possible to create the most varied objects: from primitive plastic figures to buildings and human organs. As the printing technologies and range of materials used become more complex, 3D printers are becoming more and more accessible.
These two facts determine the growing interest in the legal aspects of 3D printing both on the part of business and on the part of average consumers.