As predicted, 3D Print scan/remix objects will eventually be challenged by lawyers and policy-makers, and the 3D print providers that have so strongly praised an open distribution and democratisation of culture, will not be on your side. 

As predicted, 3D Print scan/remix objects will eventually be challenged by lawyers and policy-makers, and the 3D print providers that have so strongly praised an open distribution and democratisation of culture, will not be on your side. 

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