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On the same FAST TRACK as the personal computer!

3D printers let designers make three dimensional objects by just hitting "print" on their computers. New businesses, like custom prostheses, are taking advantage.

"Manufacturing is much more demanding and complex," said Ralph Resnick, acting director for NAMII. "We need to have projects that have material properties that can meet the necessary requirements, that can be repeatable, and that can be identical from machine to machine, day to day - especially in demanding industries such as aerospace and defense."

"The greatest potential for 3D printing is for retailers to be able to offer personalised, print-on-demand products at the point of sale. That will bring a certain type of manufacturing back to America."
"For businesses, this can be a great way to prototype products and compete at a much higher level with minimal investment."

A 3-D printer, which has nothing to do with paper printers, creates an object by stacking one layer of material - typically plastic or metal - on top of another, much the same way a pastry chef makes baklava with sheets of phyllo dough.

The technology has been radically transformed from its origins as a tool used by manufacturers and designers to build prototypes. And while some wonder how successfully the technology will make the transition from manufacturing applications to producing consumer goods, its use is exploding.

3D Printing is giving rise to a string of never-before-possible businesses that are selling iPhone cases, lamps, doorknobs, jewelry, handbags, perfume bottles, clothing and architectural models.

Manufacturers and designers have used 3-D printing technology for years, experimenting on the spot rather than sending off designs to be built elsewhere, usually in Asia, and then waiting for a model to return. Boeing, for example, might use the technique to make and test air-duct shapes before committing to a final design.

"3D Printing - A Third Industrial Revolution?"

The burgeoning business includes just a handful of publicly traded companies right now, all of which are still small by market standards. 3D Systems Corporation (NYSE: DDD), based in Rock Hill, South Carolina, had revenue of $322 million in the 12 months through September 2012 and a market cap of $3.74 billion. Stratasys, Ltd. (NASDAQ: SSYS), based in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, had revenue of $188 million and a market value of $2.9 billion.

Another company in the sector, ExOne Co. (NASDAQ: XONE), went public just last week and is now valued at $358 million, while Proto Labs, Inc. (NYSE: PRLB) has a market cap of $1.28 billion.


Three-dimensional printing technology cuts the time and cost involved in designing new products, since actual physical parts are created from digital input, in some cases using industrial-strength materials that range from metals to ceramics to glass.

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