|By Business Wire||
|August 11, 2014 05:00 AM EDT||
As Changing Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB:CHGT) and its wholly-owned subsidiary, 6th Dimension Technologies, continue to make their footprint in the multi-billion dollar 3D printing sector, a major national retailer recently began selling 3D printers at its stores, introducing the innovative technology to a mainstream U.S. audience.
Home Depot Inc. (NYSE:HD), the world’s largest home-improvement chain with over $78 billion in revenues in 2013, began selling 3D printers last month. With the 3D printing market projected to grow 500 percent over the next five years, the entrance of large retailers into the space is likely to expedite the acceptance of the technology by the consumer end user.
“When a major retailer enters the 3D printing sector, consumers take notice,” CHGT CEO Omar T. Durham said. “We are confident the exciting 3D printing innovations CHGT is providing the consumer end user will capitalize on the growing momentum of this technology.”
Changing Technologies, Inc. is an emerging technology company focused on developing innovative concepts to bring to consumers. It recently created a new subsidiary — 6th Dimension Technologies — to pursue additional growth areas and market needs in the booming 3D printing sector. Changing Technologies, Inc. is in the cutting-edge technology sphere alongside companies including Voxeljet AG (NYSE:VJET), Arcam AB (OTCBB:AMAVF), and ExOne Co. (NASDAQ:XONE).
About Changing Technologies, Inc.
Changing Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB:CHGT) is a forward-thinking company working to be at the forefront of the next generation of consumer-based technology. The Company is positioning itself to leverage the global demand for the latest technological advances and the services they offer.
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