Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://doi.org/10.48441/4427.79
Title: 3D Printing as Transformation Trigger for Local SMEs
Language: English
Authors: Weißbach, Rüdiger 
metadata.local.contributorCorporate.other: Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT) 
Issue Date: 23-Mar-2021
Project: Mittelstand 4.0 - Kompetenzzentrum Hamburg, Teilvorhaben: Geschäftsmodelle und Adaptives Auftragsmanagement in der Supply Chain 
Conference: Re-imagining the futures of 3D printing in society 2021 
Abstract: 
This poster reflects the experiences of the discussions and projects with (mostly) SMEs since 2015, but no quantitatively secured results due to different settings and the long-time observation period.

• 3D printing is currently no transformation trigger for SMEs (Hamburg ca. 2020)
• Industrial production is changing, but traditional SMEs have not yet adapted the technology to any significant extent
• German system of craft training seems to retard the adaption
• Relationships of dependency and power to larger companies might be driving factors
• Corona was a disruption in the digitalization process (many cancelled cooperation and transfer projects)
URI: https://reposit.haw-hamburg.de/handle/20.500.12738/10909
DOI: 10.48441/4427.79
Institute: Fakultät Wirtschaft und Soziales 
Department Wirtschaft 
Type: Poster
Funded by: Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Energie 
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