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Assessing the value of 3D printed personalised products

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posted on 2016-11-17, 16:21 authored by Syahibudil I. Abdul Kudus, R.I. Campbell, Richard J. Bibb
As end-users become more involved in personalising designs, Additive Manufacturing has become an enabler to deliver this service through the manipulation of three-dimensional designs using easy-to- use design toolkits. Consequently, end-users are able to fabricate their personalised designs through various types of AM systems. This study employs an experimental method to investigate end-users’ reflections on the value of 3D Printed personalised products based on Product Value and Experiential Value. The results suggest that end-users gave higher value to all measurements for the 3D Printed personalised products. This indicates that 3D Printed personalised products have increased perceived value when compared to standard mass-production counterparts.



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ABDUL KUDUS, S.I., CAMPBELL, R.I. and BIBB, R., 2016. Assessing the value of 3D printed personalised products. International Conference on Mass Customization and Personalization in Central Europe, Novi Sad, Serbia, 21-23 September.


University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Department of Industrial Engineering and Management


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