Massive Dynamics, a Nevada company traded on the OTC Market stock exchange, has launched a new division that will acquire existing companies that have existing 3D printers or provide printing supplies an accessories.
Massive Dynamics is a designer, developer an manufacturer of accessories for Apple, Android and PC devices as well as being involved in long range wireless technology. They have seen the potential for 3D printers to revolutionize the way in which consumers buy products and hope to provide technologies and materials for this market.
“At some point in the not to distant future retailers won’t ship a physical product, they’ll just transfer ‘blueprints’ straight to our 3D printers;” says Oscar Hines, President, “creating instant delivery of an almost endless number of products. This is the first industrial revolution in which the average consumer can participate.”
Rather than focus on developing a 3D printer of their own, Massive Dynamics see their future in providing the materials, peripherals and software to support the 3D printing processes.
With the announcement of the new division they have also reached an agreement with a developer of 3D imaging tools, Forty-Two LLC, that are used to replicate products through 3D printing. Initially this will see Massive Dynamics gain exclusive marketing rights for Forty-Two’s ZS Axis 3D imaging technologies.