Kase Capital's Whitney Tilson has been short 3D Systems' stock as it's fallen precipitously in 2014. And he thinks there's more downside ahead.
We caught up with managing partner of Kase Capital, Whitney Tilson, during the Berkshire Hathaway shareholder meeting.
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The consumer 3-D printing industry is likely to face pricing pressures in the years ahead as it becomes more commoditized.
From an investment perspective, the industrial segment is particularly exciting because large-scale manufacturers have begun taking a greater interest in how 3-D printing can benefit their operations.
For investors with a small appetite for expensive stocks, buying 3D Systems or Stratasys and participating in the long-term-growth potential that 3-D printing offers may not be an option.
The use case for consumer 3-D printers is still lacking, and the threat of commoditization is very real.