The path is directly downstream, and what's good for 3D printing is good for us.
In todays news:
"eneral Electric (GE) is expanding the uses for 3D printers and expects the emerging technology to be involved in more than half of its manufacturing in 20 years.
With business segments in aviation, energy technology, medical equipment and home appliances, the industrial conglomerate's increasing adoption of "additive manufacturing" could shake up printer makers 3D Systems (DDD), Stratasys (SSYS) and Exone (XONE) as well as U.S. industry overall.
Less than 10% of GE's manufacturing uses 3D printing in some form today, though that share should rise to 20%-25% in 10 years and 50% or more in 20 years, the company told IBD.
"I'm not saying that 25% of all parts will be 3D printed, but that 3D printing will touch it in some way," Christine Furstoss, GE's technical director of manufacturing and materials technologies, said in an interview.
"Maybe it's the tool that we are using or the early prototypes we make. We are committed to driving it in as many areas as we can."
This company has a lot going for it beyond what the pin head bashers on this board will tell you.
Do your friggen HOMEWORK before you come back here and spout your garbage!
If you're looking for a proper metric ( a medical diagnostic co with no revs yet), then compare to EXAS.
TROVs market cap SHOULD resemble theirs and Im sure it will soon, VERY soon.