Tesco considers in-store 3D printers

Tesco, one of the world’s largest retailers, thinks that businesses who experiment with 3D printing early on could gain an advantage on their competition.

3D Printer Behind the scenes at Tesco HQ teams of technology experts work away. Day in and day out they seek out and create the latest and very best technology. They play with it, adapt it and find out how it can make life better for customers and colleagues. No idea is too big, no thought unthinkable and no ambition too grand – well, almost.

Every time our research and development teams meet up, which we do regularly to show off some of the technologies we’re looking at and working on, there is one item that is guaranteed to draw a crowd, the 3D printer. It’s great that we have one to test out and to be able to look at how they might change the way stores work.

There’s been a lot of buzz recently about 3D printing and what it can do. In medicine it can be used to build custom prosthetics and even implants and all with similar technology to the device that’s sat on our desk in the office. There’s even a group in the Netherlands who are planning to “print” a wholehouse.


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Source: tescoplc.com

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