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3D Systems Brings 3D Printing to Masses

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Ann R. Thryft
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So this is how they target the consumer
Ann R. Thryft   1/13/2012 2:53:33 PM
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Thanks, Beth, for the great article. This is the kind of low end use of 3D printing aimed at the home market that I was wondering about: what will consumers do with this technology and how will it be packaged for them? Here's the answer.


Rob Spiegel
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It was bound to happen
Rob Spiegel   1/13/2012 12:22:00 PM
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But I didn't think it would happen so quickly. Nice Wow of an article, Beth. This will reach a pretty high-end market. But then personal computers were high end toys for a couple decades. Maybe this is the next generation's Erector Set.

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