3D Printing Projected Growth

Inefficiencies in Mass Production support 3D printer growth. Examples of these inefficiencies include: the stockpiling of components and parts, the large amount of working capital required for such stockpiling, profligate waste of materials, and any expenses involved with employing a large number of employees. Technology for 3D printing will advance through loosely coordinated development in three areas: printers and printing methods, software to design and print, and materials used in printing.Developed by Jason Blackstone

Inefficiencies in Mass Production support 3D printer growth. Examples of these inefficiencies include: the stockpiling of components and parts, the large amount of working capital required for such stockpiling, profligate waste of materials, and any expenses involved with employing a large number of employees.
Technology for 3D printing will advance through loosely coordinated development in three areas: printers and printing methods, software to design and print, and materials used in printing.
Developed by Jason Blackstone
Revenue 2013 = $3.07 Billion
Expected Revenue 2020 = $21 Billion

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