When Will 3-D Printing Lose Its Novelty Status With Consumers?
Jul 8th 2013 10:14AM
Updated Jul 8th 2013 10:16AM
3-D technology is in wide use today in the industrial world, but how soon will 3D Systems and Stratasys find mass acceptance in the home?
At the recent CE Week in New York City, Motley Fool analyst Rex Moore spoke with CNET's Paul Sloan, who moderated the panel "Bringing 3D Printing to Consumers." In this video, Sloan talks about the industry's road to mass acceptance.
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