I just went and posted a responce to this IDIOT! Where do they get thier info from! I was laughing threw the article on his stupidity on the subject! You need to read and reply to his article! He included ONVO in it, which upset me! He is talking about hours and days just to make a part with 3D printing. He also says it is cheaper and faster to use a assembly line to make a car LOL! I told him it might take days to print that car he is talking about but that they are already using 3D for parts! I also explained all what ONVO is doing and asked why he included ONVO when he did not even know what they do? I hate seeking BS but always reply so people that dont know understand what is going on!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
LOL! You guys all make me laugh. When SA prints a favorable article on ONVO you guys jerk off to it. But anything that goes against the 3D printing hive mentality is complete garbage! Fall in love with an investment too hard and you might go broke!
It amazes me some of these Nitwits Seeking Alpo and Motley Fools. I have lost so much money reading and listening to these Fools They write it all to BENEFIT THEMSELVES. This fool wants to buy some 3D stock cheaper
I disagree. Sometimes SA is kind of like the Reader's Digest (large print) Morningstar version for a condensed view of a company or industry. And the hit pieces show you WHERE to look for weaknesses in paperwork, but the content itself isn't necessarily true and is usually skewed hard. It is a tool though, and if the shorties use it, (since I don't short) it helps me analyse too.
yeah I found it to be short sighted. The article makes good points about 3D printing replacing assembly lines, but 3D printing is going to alter assembly line processes significantly.
its going to alter the way we live our lives significantly.
It's one of the most delusional articles I've ever read. SA really needs to filter SOME of the @#&% they publish... This was my favorite line: "Cost is based on size; if you want something big it is expensive, for something smaller it is cheaper, and this doesn't really relate to its complexity or number of parts."
My thought was when he made the snide remark about an "assembly line of 3D printers" was "don't need an assembly line just all the people that need one have one" may not work for onvo because it is biological but it does for all other material goods as far as i can see.