Massive Dynamics, Inc. (OTCQB: MSSD) a Nevada corporation listed on the OTCQB, announces that it has launched a new division that will acquire existing companies in the rapidly expanding 3D printing market, a market which The Economist calls the "3rd Industrial Revolution."
Massive Dynamics is a designer, developer and manufacturer of accessories and equipment for Apple, Android, PC devices and long range wireless technology. The company has begun discussions with several potential acquisition candidates who have existing 3D printers or provide required printing supplies and accessories.
"There is no more exciting business to pursue right now than 3D printing, over the next several years 3D printers and their associated technologies will literally change the world around us," said Oscar Hines, President. "At some point in the not to distant future retailers won't ship a physical product, they'll just transfer 'blueprints' straight to our 3D printers; creating instant delivery of an almost endless number of products. This is the first industrial revolution in which the average consumer can participate."
The technology has been radically transformed from its origins as a tool used by manufacturers and designers to build prototypes. The technology is rapidly making the transition from manufacturing applications to producing consumer goods; consumers are finding new uses for the technology almost every day.
Massive's new 3D printing division will compete with industry stalwarts such as 3D Systems Corporation (NYSE: DDD), Stratasys, Ltd. (NASDAQ: SSYS), and new market entrant The ExOne Company (Nasdaq:XONE).
In addition the company has launched a completely revamped website providing more information on its business segments.
Posted in 3D Printing Companies
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