Duann Scott

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3D printing is at a crossroads. It’s popular in industrial settings, and among consumers it has a small but devoted following. But what about the mainstream consumer? A panel at CE Week called “3D Printing for the Rest of Us” explored the issue.
The panel, moderated by PCMag.com printer/scanner analyst Tony Hoffman, consisted of Transcend 3D principal and founder Charlene Flick, Shapeways designer evangelist Duann Scott, 3D Systems director of marketing for consumer products Keith Ozar, and MakerBot vice president of digital products Joey Neal.

Living in Digital Times will host a FashionWare event at CE Week in New York City later this month. The panel, fashion show and 2-day exhibition will explore this emerging market, showcase the latest trends, and celebrate the most sophisticated and stylish designs.

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