What do agile product design, x-mas and 3D printing have in common?

On 28 October 2020, the German cMDF invited SMEs, makers and consumers to an X-Mas special of the online-workshop series “Innovations from the makerspace”. This time, the topic coverd 3D-printing for giveaways.

Besides presenting the capabilities of 3D printing and showcasing how to create individualised giveaways, partner MakerSpace Bonn demonstrated how agile product design can be done in collaboration with a makerspace. The cMDF dived the needs of one of the participants’ demands and discussed hands-on, how 3D printing can be used for rapid prototyping (e.g. for trade shows and customer presentations)

The SME and the German cMDF will continue the discussion and develop solutions. The workshop series is expected to return in January 2021.

2 November 2020
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Samuel Almeida
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