Advanced 3-D Printers Will Soon Start Building In Blue Ash, Ohio
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Written by Ann Thompson.
A new report says the global 3-D printing market will hit $32.3 billion by 2025, an increase of $25 billion. It’s easy to see why with the most complicated machines costing as much as $2 million and printing parts for jet engines.
One such machine is now being sold in Blue Ash, Ohio, and will soon be manufactured there. BeAM Machines, Inc. opened its U.S. subsidiary on Creek Road. It showed off its signature 3-D printer, The Magic 2.0, at a September open house.
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Originally published September 11, 2017.
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