[Discuss] 3D Printer Build Workshop Survey

Marcin Jakubowski marcin at opensourceecology.org
Mon Feb 29 20:33:58 UTC 2016


If you have ever organized or participated in a 3D Printer Build Workshop,
please help us collect data on whether this could be a viable business
model. Based on 3DP being a mature open source technology and its current
growth, it's worth exploring if social production workshops can produce
significant economic results.. Please fill out the survey - results are
posted in real time and we will present a summary report after one month of
survey results - and pass this on:


In our dogfooding style, we are prototyping this workshop model by running 1
Day Build Workshops
<http://opensourceecology.org/3d-printer-build-workshop/> to test whether
an enterprise based on open technology - can reach viral replicability



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Marcin Jakubowski, Ph.D.
Executive Director
Open Source Ecology
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