Details of Most cited papers on CAMP.
|Emily E. Petersen, Romain W. Kidd and Joshua M. Pearce||2017||Impact of DIY Home manufacturing with 3D Printing on the Toy and Game Market||To investigate the potential economic impact of 3D technology used in the home.||The findings of this study show that by utilising an open source distributed manufacturing model, people may produce higher-value goods for less money. Consumer DIY manufacturing is expected to have a big influence on the toy and gaming sectors in the future, with both the cost of open source 3D printers and 3D printing filament continuing to drop, as well as the amount and quality of free and open source designs increasing.||21|
|Christina Öberg, Tawfiq Shams, and Nader Asnafi||2018||Additive Manufacturing and Business Models: Current Knowledge and Missing Perspectives||To create an understanding of the knowledge gaps in the changes in business models for 3D printing||The paper adds to prior research by systematically reviewing additive manufacturing studies in the business and management literature, as well as suggesting opportunities for additional research into particular firm business models.||13|
|S. Saghati, Abolfazl Akbarzadeh, A. R. Del Bakhshayesh, R. Sheervalilou and Ebrahim Mostafavi||2018||Electrospinning: From Basic Research to Commercialization||The authors discuss the fundamentals, ideas, and applications of 3D bioprinting. There is a review of many broad techniques of bioprinting, with a focus on hybrid systems that combine 3D printing with electrospinning, as well as its benefits and drawbacks.||The authors contribute to the literature by outlining the problems that will face bioprinting technology in the future, as well as some hints of prospective markets.||7|
|Bibi Van Den Berg, Simone Van Der Hof, And Eleni Kosta||2016||Printing: Legal, Philosophical and Economic Dimensions||In their book, contributors discussed the legal, philosophical, and economic dimensions of 3D printing. Notably, Peter Troxler and Caspar van Woensel discuss how society would adopt 3D printing. This looks into the commercialization of 3D printing.||The authors posit that a positive attitude toward 3D printing and the social-technical advances it symbolises is the most viable strategy in enhancing commercialization.||6|
|Stingjie Li, Joseph Aspler, Arlene Kingsland, Lyne M. Cormier, And Xuejun Zou||2016||3d Printing − A Review of Technologies, Markets, and Opportunities for The Forest Industry||The study's purpose was to identify how 3D printing would be relevant to the forest industry||It was found that opportunities exist for 3D printing in the forest industry||5|
|Roach R. A. and Gardner S. H.||2017||Commercializing additive manufacturing—hurdles in materials characterization and testing||To identify market opportunities for 3D printing in the forest industry||The authors claim that new measuring techniques, sensors, and correlations to relevant phenomena are required for process control and monitoring to produce consistently high-quality articles for 3D printing||3|
|Grace Sheila Walsh,Justyna Przychodzen and Wojciech Przychodzen||2017||Supporting the SME commercialization process: the case of 3D printing platforms||This article looks at how 3D printing platforms may help SMEs with their innovation development and commercialization.||The ideas relating online markets and innovation theory (Joo & Kim, 2004), Bourdieu's Capital Theory (Bourdieu, 1984, 1986, 1998), and drivers of innovation commercialization in small businesses are all expanded upon in this work (Glover et al., 2016).||2|
|Shahban Ali Shah, Philipp Url, Wolfgang Vorraber, Thomas Janics, and Matthias Katschnig||2020||Transformation towards Sustainable Business Models in Production: A Case Study of a 3D Printer Manufacturer||The initial results of a sustainable business model transformation study on a European SME that manufactures 3D printers are presented in this article.||The report offers recommendations for ensuring that the company model is sustainable. All of the phases leverage the triple layered business model canvas to allow users to clearly and realistically integrate economic, social, and environmental value in a holistic way, as well as providing them with a roadmap for future steps.||1|
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