MakerBot, which operates under its parent company Stratasys , is featuring its Replicator 2 printer in Microsoft stores. In this video, Motley Fool industrials analyst Blake Bos tells investors about his recent trip to a Microsoft store to see for himself what kind of reception the printers are getting. He gives investors some key takeaways, such as why you have to take low sales with a grain of salt in this space, and why Blake sees the domestic market awareness for these at-home printers to be incredibly small.
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