Actually, 3D printing is becoming more common in engineering and is just beginning to penetrate the consumer market. Some materials are currently being tested with the goal of printing the final product for near net shape or immediate installation in an assembly. Aerospace and Automotive industries are both considering this approach right now, and they are making progress towards doing just that. Revenue and net income have grown 48-50% CAGR over the last three years. The strongest growth is likely to be in the future for this industry, not in the past.
Please provide a little bit of justification for your claim that there is no justification for the current price.
I wrote on MCP board, when BHOPU sold at $50, and then shorted at $72...MCP will be $2 in the end. This is FLASH IN THE PAN. Toys at $1 at $ stores, and then WMT...This is company in 26 yrs and 32 companies with only 200 mil revenue?