3D Printer Company Hit With A Massive Fine For Violating Export Curbs To Communist China

According to a media report on February 28, 3D Systems Corp., headquartered in South Carolina, agreed to pay up to $27 million to settle with the US for violating the law, by exporting controlled military electronics and aerospace devices with design drawings. etc to Communist China. The company provides 3D printing and other services to customers in the US and abroad. The company sent design files, blueprints, and technical specifications to its subsidiary QuickParts.com, Inc. in Communist China via email for quotes.

The Assistant Secretary for Export Enforcement, Matthew Axelrod, said: “”Sending export-controlled blueprints for aerospace and military electronics to China is detrimental to U.S. national security.”

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