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FYI: The Institute Online: 3-D Printing Opens Products to Counterfeiting
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The IEEE news source 11 November 2014
3-D Printing Opens Products to Counterfeiting
Anyone with a 3-D printer can replicate brand-name items with the help of open-source libraries that let users download blueprints. Companies are now implementing anticounterfeiting techniques to distinguish authentic products from fakes. Find out more
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