Brands team up to see how 3D printing can revolutionise repair

Some of the biggest brands in electronics and furniture have worked together to discover how 3D printing can disrupt the way they make and use spare parts.

Joe Iles
Joe Iles
Nov 8, 2018 · 5 min read
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A 3D printed lever for a Bugaboo stroller.
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A 3D printed part for a Bugaboo stroller.
HP’s John Ortiz shares some of the 3D printed parts at 2018 Summit.
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The winning entry in the Dare to Repair contest might look simple, but it could keep a camera — itself worth hundreds of dollars — in use for much longer.

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