A new study has been released by Gartner, Inc. (NYSE: IT), a leading IT research and analysis firm, detailing 3D printing's move from niche markets to the mainstream. In
How 3D Printing Disrupts Business and Creates New Opportunities
Gartner urges enterprises to become early adopters of 3D printing and to begin experimenting with this new technology.
Gartner's study explained, “The material science behind 3D printing processes and materials will continue to progress, and affordable 3D printers are lowering the cost of entry into manufacturing. As a result, the 3D printer market will continue moving from niche adoption to broad acceptance, driven by lower printer prices, the potential for cost and time savings, greater capabilities, and improved performance that drives benefits and markets.”
Massive Dynamics, Inc. (OTCQB: MSSD) is embracing the mainstream adoption of Additive Manufacturing. “Companies worldwide are quickly recognizing the broad implications of the 3D Technologies. The public is becoming better educated on the potential they have as consumers to individualize their purchases,” said Massive Dynamics President Oscar Hines. “3D printing is accelerating to the mainstream, it is our goal to makes this technology readily available and affordable to the general public.”
In an effort to cultivate breakthrough innovations, President Oscar Hines will meet with Massive Dynamics' 3D Division consultant, Jonathan J. Howard and his skilled team of technologists next week in Rochester, NY. They will be working to enhance the company's New 3D Printer. For more information please visit
About Massive Dynamics, Inc. (OTCQB: MSSD)
Massive Dynamics, Inc. is a Nevada corporation listed on the OTCQB under the trading symbol MSSD. The Company is an acquirer, developer and seller of leading edge consumer oriented technologies and products ready for rapid commercialization.
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