This Irish 3-D printing company has rejected the classic razor-and-blade approach to the market.
In order to maintain a competitive advantage in an increasingly crowded space like 3-D printing services, excess capacity is becoming essential.
This company is threatening to disrupt the glorified razor-and-blade model that 3D Systems, Stratasys, and many other industry players have grown to enjoy.
How is this 3-D printing services company working behind the scenes and helping businesses with a unique approach?
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The company that makes 3-D printers that most please its end users will likely have a financial performance edge.
The unique business model of this relatively newly independent 3-D printing services company recently scored it a cool $30 million in venture capital funding.