3D printing didn't dominate CES, but it's very much alive

3D printing was everywhere at CES last year. These companies, big and small, called the Las Vegas Convention Center home. Their slice of the bigger show was bombastic, full of celebrities like Martha Stewart and Axl Rose. Even Jeffrey Katzenberg, CEO of DreamWorks, walked their part of the show floor. Many people left CES talking loudly about 3D printing’s impact on the show.

On that scale, CES 2015 was a quiet year for 3D printing. The big companies — like MakerBot and 3D Systems — were thin on new things. “Last year was the year of huge announcements,” MakerBot’s VP of Product Anthony Moschella tells me in a meeting room at their booth. “This year, at least for MakerBot, we’re kind of turning a corner and really thinking more about…

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Source:: TheVerge

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