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Manifattura additiva: quale ruolo per il "capitale umano"?

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  • Roberto Santolamazza
  • Dejan Pejcic
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    La manifattura additiva si sta imponendo come uno strumento di innovazione dirompente. Le caratteristiche dell’additive manufacturing permettono la creazione di modelli flessibili e si avvicinano alla personalizzazione di massa. Per trarre il massimo vantaggio da queste tecnologie è essenziale disporre di "capitale umano" correttamente formato e in grado di interfacciarsi con macchinari e problematiche nuove. È importante analizzare i possibili impatti sulla sfera occupazionale, dovuti ad un uso intensivo di tecnologie additive. Non si tratta solamente di automatizzare alcune fasi del processo produttivo o di sostituire processi ormai obsoleti. Modelli aziendali basati sulla stampa 3D hanno caratteristiche proprie e richiedono una riflessione mirata. Questo lavoro analizza la relazione tra manifattura additiva e mondo del lavoro, con un’attenzione particolare alle competenze richieste al "capitale umano" e alla tematica dell’innovazione tecnologica come strumento di creazione o distruzione dei posti di lavoro.

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    Volume (Year): 2016/2 (2016)
    Issue (Month): 2 ()
    Pages: 113-144

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