3D Printing Investments – What Were the Biggest Hits at the Consumer Electronics Show?

Posted by on Jan 22, 2014 in Financing, Investing

3D Printing Investments – What Were the Biggest Hits at the Consumer Electronics Show?
3D Printing Investments – What Were the Biggest Hits at the Consumer Electronics Show?

This year’s Consumer Electronics Show was by far the biggest exhibition in history for 3-D printing. There were dozens of companies present, along with industry leaders Stratasys (NASDAQ: SSYS ) and 3D Systems (NYSE: DDD ) . With so many exhibits and announcements pouring out of the show, it can be difficult for the casual observer to pick up on events that could affect the future of 3-D printing.

And here are five key areas investors and 3-D-printing fans should focus on.

Sheer size: CES 2014 featured more than 27 different 3-D printing exhibits.

1) Falling prices: We saw professional printers below $5,000 and sub-$1,000 entry-level printers. Price points are down. Anyone can be in the 3D Printing Market
2) Stratasys’ Makerbot pricing: Will Makerbot’s new printers sell at the high price points?
3) 3D Systems’ new products: We saw a dozen new announcements from the industry leader.
4) SLA desktop printers: The all-new stereolithography at-home printers arrived.
5) In the following video, Blake covers these five areas in detail and lets 3-D printing fans and investors know what they should watch going forward.