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Alan McKinnon – Professor of Logistics

3D Printing

 

This ‘postscript’ discusses the possible impact of 3D printing on efforts to improve the environmental performance of logistics, briefly reviewing recent literature on the subject. It acknowledges that 3D printing is now a well-established technology with major applications in several industrial sectors.  It  reviews the technical and economic constraints on the development of a mass market in 3D printing by consumers.  Were it to prove such an ‘industrial game-changer’ what would be the supply chain implications and what would be the net effect on logistics-related externalities? 

 

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