3D Printing Ad During The Super Bowl?

3D Printing Ad During The Super Bowl?

Everyone knows that purchasing ad space during the Super Bowl is prohibitively expensive. It’s so expensive that no 3D printing company could afford an ad. Or could they? 


If you look very closely at this ad from Radio Shack, you’ll see what appears to be a 3D printer at the cashier. It’s an Afinia H-Series personal 3D printer, which is actually for sale at your neighborhood Radio Shack. 

One 3D printer made it to the big show. Who will be the next? 

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