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Why 3D technology offers plentiful opportunities for Denmark’s job market




Jonatan Rying Larsen


2 April 2013


In this article, PA talks about the opportunities 3D technology holds for the Danish job market. For years Denmark has seen a decline in its job market – mainly due to the outsourcing of work to developing countries. However, this may change with the rise of 3D technology, a technology that makes it possible to make three-dimensional solid objects of virtually any shape from a digital model

PA says: “Denmark’s economy needs to become less dependent on knowledge alone. We need to have some sort of production to create drive and know-how. 3D technology enables us to establish new production companies in Denmark.”

PA adds that 3D technology reduces resource waste as well as transport time – as 3D print materials can be re-used. He encourages Danish companies to consider using the technology as it combines specialist knowledge with a green profile.

Finally, PA explains how mass production is now overlooked in favour of tailor-making products to the individual – and this is exactly what 3D technology can do: it can make unique products that are bespoke to the individual client. 

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