However, it is now proving that it is here to stay but not in the way that most thought. 3D printers will not be in majority of homes anytime soon as many were excited that they would, but rather, a greater number of products both for mainstream and industrial consumers are now being produced through 3D printing. Additive Manufacturing and Product Design for Additive Manufacture have a had a rapid development towards producing 3D printed products for end-use. Thanks to established technologies such as Selective Laser Sintering and the rapidly improving ones like Multi Jet Fusion, the barrier to market of high production setup costs is being lowered significantly. Both established business and startups can have products manufactured in small batches and even on demand in a quality that is either ready, or requires minimal finishing to be ready for market.