FUJIFILM Australia featured 3D printing technology as a part of their photo personalization product line during The Digital Show in Australia this week.
Their approach is to utilize readily available FUJIFILM photo kiosks and websites to select the products to be created, or potentially to upload their own designs. The selected 3D printed products will then be produced at a central facility and express shipped to the customer.
It’s great to see a major company like this validating the technology in a big way. At the same time, I’m wondering if they have signed releases from the designers of all the 3D printed objects shown in their booth and in the video. They are obviously using them for commercial purposes.
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