Join the iPRODUCE project’s online event – The Social Manufacturing Paradigm: co-creating with manufacturers, makerspaces, and consumers – next 26 November 2020 where we will discuss the role of these actors in the social manufacturing process, the current state of play, key challenges, and how iPRODUCE, the POP-MACHINA and OPEN!NEXT projects, and researchers David Cuartielles and César García are looking to make an impact in this area.

Read the full press release here.

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10 November 2020
Samuel Almeida
Related to: A new paradigm for engagement and production with consumers, makers, and manufacturers