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Increased accessibility of 3D printing and scanning technology is pushing the boundaries of existing copyright law. From affordable countertop 3D printers to iPhones with 3D scanning capabilities, even in its early stages 3D technology is reshaping manufacturing. To manage the friction between the 3D printing community and copyright owners while avoiding the missteps of the film and music industries, it is important to evaluate the options for copyright management under the existing legaldoi:10.7916/cblr.v2018i2.1701 fatcat:ue6ulc2mdfh47hwyyrdt2y7htq