Gartner says M&A frenzy shows 3D print has 'gone mainstream'

Doug Woodburn
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Gartner says M&A frenzy shows 3D print has 'gone mainstream'

As GE and Siemens pile deeper into 3D printing, Gartner says market is coming of age and opportunities are emerging at the low end for resellers

3D printing acquisitions made by General Electric (GE) and Siemens indicate that the market has moved mainstream, according to Gartner, which has also said that devices at the lower end of the mark...

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