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Digitale Technologien als Wegbereiter für Startups: Eine Fallstudie zum 3D-Druck in der Photonik

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Digitale Technologien bieten vielseitige Chancen für Gründungen. Im Rahmen dieses Buchkapitels wird aufgezeigt wie der Zugang zu Technologie – exemplarisch am Beispiel von 3D-Druck – zur Überwindung von Barrieren im Gründungsprozess beitragen kann. Hierfür werden zunächst typische Herausforderungen während des Gründungsprozesses aus den Bereichen (1) Neuproduktentwicklung, (2) Technologie, (3) Markt, (4) Finanzen und (5) Geschäftsmodell theoretisch beleuchtet. Im Anschluss wird auf die Potenziale von 3D-Druck allgemein sowie für Gründungen eingegangen. Daran anschließend werden die theoretischen Überlegungen zum Potenzial von 3D-Druck für Gründungsvorhaben anhand einer Fallstudie aus dem Bereich der Mikroskopie mit der Praxis abgeglichen. Es zeigt sich, dass der Zugang zu 3D-Drucktechnologie dabei hilft, typische Herausforderungen im Gründungsprozess zu überwinden sowie die Produktentwicklung zu beschleunigen und kundenorientierter zu gestalten.

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Notes

  1. 1.

    Der Lichtwerkstatt-Makerspace ist am Abbe Center of Photonics der Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena angesiedelt und verfolgt das Ziel, neue Innovationspfade in der Photonik zu erschließen (Helgert et al., 2017). Neben dem Zugang zu Technologie bietet er Veranstaltungsformate zur Wissensvermittlung und zum Wissensaustausch, um innovative Projekte im Entwicklungsprozess zu unterstützen (Zakoth et al., 2019).

  2. 2.

    Beitrag über das Gründungsvorhaben: https://www.mdr.de/wissen/jena-mikroskop-baukasten-billig-100.html, Stand: 22.10.2021.

  3. 3.

    Open Hardware Zertifikat: https://certification.oshwa.org/de000110.html, Stand: 22.10.2021.

  4. 4.

    Ankündigung des openUC2 Hackathon zur Generierung von marktseitigem Feedback: www.jena-veranstaltungen.de/veranstaltungen/16-05-2019-uc2-workathon-build-your-own-light-sheet-microscope, Stand: 22.10.2021.

  5. 5.

    Druckdateien zur Selbstreplikation: https://www.prusa3d.de/prusa-i3-druckbare/, Stand: 22.10.2021.

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Zakoth, D., Mauroner, O., Emes, J., Diederich, B. (2022). Digitale Technologien als Wegbereiter für Startups: Eine Fallstudie zum 3D-Druck in der Photonik. In: Heim, L. (eds) Entrepreneurship der Zukunft. Springer Gabler, Wiesbaden. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-37926-1_10

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