Recently, Panos Mourdoukoutas, a contributor to Forbes, offered two approaches to invest in 3D printing industry growth.
The first strategy is to buy shares of the leading two firms, Stratasys and 3D Systems, as they are profitable.
The second method is to buy shares of all for publicly available firms, on the idea that despite losses at Voxeljet and ExOne, the rise in demand will drive share prices forward.
After a slow start, the 3-D printer industry is catching fire, with Gartner estimating that worldwide shipments of 3D printers priced under $100,000 will grow by 49 percent in 2013.
In other words, 3D printer companies are expected to sell 56,507 sub-$100,000 3D printers this year. That number is expected to double by 2015, as big product designers like Rolls-Royce are planning to use 3D printing for jet engine parts.
Harbor Capital Group offers another way. We recognize that 3D printing is at an inflection point in its growth and that the disruptive nature of its capability represents a remarkable, generational opportunity for investors.
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