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Yet even though the immediate response in the market was to push 3D Systems shares up sharply, many investors believe that Stratasys could have even better growth prospects in both the consumer and industrial segments of the budding 3-D printing
Sector in 2014 There's so much going on in the 3-D printing sector that it can be hard to keep track of who's on first. So, here are five key things -- a hardly all-inclusive list -- that investors should watch for this year. GE ) , a huge user
reported Q4 2013 earnings Friday morning before opening bell. One key thing to note: The results are not indicative of the massive potential of this company. While this innovative provider of three-dimensional (3D) content-to-print solutions is
3D Systems. 3D Systems, a leader in additive manufacturing, is rewriting the rules in everything from industrial manufacturing to health care products. That helps explain why shares of the company ballooned 850% between early 2012 and late 2013.
The state-of-the-art 3D printer technology can even help paralysed people take a stroll down the street or walk about in the comfort of their home! Amanda Boxtel, a pilot who was paralysed from the waist down in a 1992 skiing accident, is now moving
The producer of CNC-machined and injection-molded plastic parts has performed well in recent years by growing its revenue and earnings at consistently high levels. Proto Labs remains a viable high-growth investment and the company's recent solid
D-printed exoskeleton suit helps paralyzed skier walk again Washington, Feb. 19 : A robotic 3D-printed exoskeleton suit has been reportedly created by 3D Systems and EksoBionics, to help a paralyzed skier walk for the first time since 1992. Following
ProX direct metal sintering (DMS) printers from EMS, Inc, a 3D Systems reseller based in With a build size of 250 x 250 x 300mm (9.8 x 9.8 x 11.8 inches), these new machines have the capability of making a wide variety of parts out of stainless steel,
Arcam, which sells its electron beam melting 3-D printing systems to the orthopedic implant and aerospace industries, was the first company in the 3-D printing sector to report official (rather than just preliminary) results for these periods.
D printing has been the darling of Wall Street the last few years. The trend has been equally fascinating for both investors and journalists. D printing could bring manufacturing back to the U.S., it might revolutionize the health care sector, it