A Framework for 3d Printing

Alan Pilkington, Thomas Frandsen, Chrystalla Kapetaniou, Alison Rieple

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Abstract

3D printing technologies and processes offer such a radical range of options for firms that we currently lack a structured way of recording possible impact and recommending actions for managers. The changes arising from 3d printing includes more than just new options for product design, but also shifts in the manufacturing eco-system and choices for restructuring competitive dynamics. We review many existing cases and developed a taxonomy capable of capturing the many areas of impact. The taxonomy draws on Pavitt’s identification of industry types, combined with Castellacci’s more recent servicemanufacturing sectors which includes external sources and more open business models.
3D printing technologies and processes offer such a radical range of options for firms that we currently lack a structured way of recording possible impact and recommending actions for managers. The changes arising from 3d printing includes more than just new options for product design, but also shifts in the manufacturing eco-system and choices for restructuring competitive dynamics. We review many existing cases and developed a taxonomy capable of capturing the many areas of impact. The taxonomy draws on Pavitt’s identification of industry types, combined with Castellacci’s more recent servicemanufacturing sectors which includes external sources and more open business models.

Conference

ConferenceThe 24th International Annual EurOMA Conference 2017
Number24
LocationHeriot-Watt University
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityEdinburgh
Period01/07/201705/07/2017
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Keywords

  • 3D printing
  • Industrial taxonomy
  • Competitive dynamics

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Pilkington, A., Frandsen, T., Kapetaniou, C., & Rieple, A. (2017). A Framework for 3d Printing. Paper presented at The 24th International Annual EurOMA Conference 2017, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
Pilkington, Alan ; Frandsen, Thomas ; Kapetaniou, Chrystalla ; Rieple, Alison. / A Framework for 3d Printing. Paper presented at The 24th International Annual EurOMA Conference 2017, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.10 p.
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2017. Paper presented at The 24th International Annual EurOMA Conference 2017, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

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