Mark Palmer is a 2001 Kingston High School graduate who for the past nine months has been director of industrial design for MakerBot, the trendy and wildly successful six-year-old startup 3D-printer-maker bought a year and a half ago by Stratasys, another maker. Brooklyn-based MakerBot, which employs 600 people, is widely touted to be the poster child for the rapidly growing field of mainstream 3D printing. Mark Palmer well qualifies as one of the firm's rising stars.
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