Tesco To Explore In-Store 3D Printing

Tesco To Explore In-Store 3D Printing

Supermarket giant aims to be the first to introduce the futuristic technology.

Lara Piras
  • 2 july 2013

UK grocery store chain Tesco is sending its researchers to Silicon Valley on a fact-finding mission to discover the feasibility of bringing 3D printing to their stores. Potential uses under consideration are printing gifts, toys or even having a catalogue of spare parts for other products sold in the store, so people could print them on demand.

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