Several new AM materials were announced in the past week.
3D Systems announced a new series of industrial 3D printers, the SLA 750.
Stratasys announced two new partners to their GrabCAD Software Partner Program.
3D Systems announced the surprise acquisition of not one, but two companies this week. What’s going on?
Charles R. Goulding and Arianna Coger offer a perspective on 3D Systems’ apparent shift towards bioprinting.
Industry leader 3D Systems announced a number of new products, services and partnerships to beef up their industrial capabilities.
3D Systems’ recent acquisition of Volumetric and its continued collaboration with other biotech companies pushes 3D bioprinting capabilities into the future.
Last week 3D Systems announced closing a deal to gain US$460M in a convertible notes arrangement, but what are they doing with that cash?
3D Systems announced the acquisition of Volumetric Biotechnologies, solidifying their healthcare strategy.
3D Systems and Desktop Metal announced notable corporate acquisitions.
3D printing solutions developer 3D Systems recently announced that it will be selling its medical simulation business Simbionix.
Charles R. Goulding and Arianna Coger examine R&D at CollPlant as bioprinting interest picks up.
I’ve been thinking about 3D Systems’ dramatic sale of their on demand parts business, and I believe there is another reason behind the deal.
3D Systems announced a massive divestiture of their worldwide 3D print service business.
3D Systems reported their first quarter 2021 financials this week, and they seem to have made a profit.
3D Systems made what it calls strategic acquisitions of two companies last month.
3D Systems announced their 2020 financial results, and it’s interesting to see the many effects during that tumultuous year.
3D Systems announced a new industrial 3D printing system designed for the aerospace and automotive industries, the Roadrunner.
3D Systems announced a “significant” expansion into bioprinting applications.
3D Systems stock has taken the biggest leap upwards in years.
In a perhaps not-so-surprising announcement, GoProto has acquired 3D Systems’ Australian on-demand 3D print services.
3D systems announced their 2020Q3 financial results, and there were some interesting elements in the report.
3D Systems abruptly sliced off some of its parts this week, selling Cimatron and GibbsCAM.
Holders of 3D Systems stock (NYSE:DDD) have been having a bit of fun in the past months, as the stock price has jumped and fallen.
A stray career posting at Tesla has ignited the stocks of certain 3D printer manufacturers.
It’s 2020, one of the worst years, ever. Business is down everywhere, but is this really true in 3D printing?
For decades, many CAD users have looked askance at data for any purpose made from point clouds, or polygonal meshes.
3D Systems, one of the leading 3D printer manufacturers, announced a series of sweeping changes to their operations and outlook.
Charles R. Goulding and Peter Favata explore 3D printing implications from Brigs & Stratton’s use of the technology — and their recently-announced bankruptcy filing.
Charles Goulding and Ryan Donley examine the makeup of several leading companies in 3D printing when it comes to their R&D expenditures.
This week’s selection is a historic time capsule 3D print by James Harrison from 1988!
With the cancellation of countless in-person 3D print events, companies have leveraged technology to keep in contact with clients and prospects in unique ways.
After a lengthy search, 3D Systems announced their new CEO: Jeffrey Graves to replace retiring Vyomesh Joshi after a four year term.
It’s the end of the first quarter of 2020 and financial results are now appearing, showing the first effects of COVID-19 on major 3D printing companies. We look at what the company did.
3D Systems’ stock price took a bit of a rise this week, possibly due to investor observation of their broad COVID-19 efforts and their extensive healthcare focus.
A Chinese company is producing plug-compatible materials for certain 3D Systems 3D printers. But should you use these materials?
3D Systems seems to be still working to develop a food 3D printing solution, this time with an interesting partner.
The debate over use of proprietary or open materials ecosystems is becoming a big topic in 3D printing.
A key patent assigned to 3D Systems expires in 2022. What will this mean for 3D Systems and everyone else? We have some thoughts.
3D Systems released their 2019 annual report, and it seems to be more of the same: cutting costs and continued losses.
Xometry performed an unusual test of many 3D prints using different materials and processes. The results were surprising.
3D Systems is to find a new CEO. What does this imply for the 3D printing giant?
In response to recent controversy over the notion of “consumer 3D printing”, I propose some alternate ways to look at the situation.
3D Systems and CollPlant inked a deal to share resources on future bioprinting ventures, which seems to have had a positive effect on 3D Systems so far.
Another 3D printing pioneer has been lost. Carl Deckard, inventor of SLS, has passed away.
General predictions of the future are easy, mere extensions of existing trends. Here we provide some very specific — and unlikely — predictions for 2020.
A publication predicts a major turnaround for 3D Systems in 2020, but we have some thoughts about their reasoning.
It’s not well-known, but there are often quality problems when 3D printing metal parts caused by oxygen contamination. We describe two approaches for resolving the problem.
What’s inside 3D Systems’ Figure 4 SLA 3D printer, and how does is print so fast? We found out their secret.
3D Systems announced their quarterly results and it seems they are still having revenue challenges.
3D Systems seems to be finally shutting down sales of materials for their now long-expired CubePro 3D printer.
The latest materials for 3D Systems’ Figure 4 system highlight one very important thing for 3D printing: it’s ready for production.
Why do some 3D print services require so much investment? We analyzed the situation facing metal additive manufacturing services.
3D Systems announced a new CFO this week, but what does that mean for the future of the 3D printing giant? We have some ideas.
We’re looking at the financial results from 3D Systems for 2019Q2 and there are many negative factors in the publicly filed report, including a big loss.
Is 3D Systems changing strategy? They are selling their FabPro 1000 as a consumer or prosumer platform via Amazon Prime Day — what comes next?
3D Systems and the US Army have signed a $15 million contract to develop the “largest, fastest, most precise” metal 3D printer yet.
Cameron Torti and Charles Goulding of R&D Tax Savers examine 3D printing in today’s automotive industry.
3D Systems’ Figure 4 system is up and running at Rapid Application Group.
Charles Goulding & Ryan Donley of R&D Tax Savers discuss 3D printing R&D.
A report suggests Carbon may issue an IPO. What could this mean?
Diana Kalisz came out of an early career in aerospace, joining 3D Systems in early 1989.
Given 3D Systems’ most recent financial results, some serious thought must be put into their strategies.
3D Systems announced their quarterly results and they were not as expected.
I’m reading a report on Seeking Alpha describing the stock price journey of 3D Systems, and have some things to add.
There have been some very intriguing developments from Prodways Group.
It’s that time of year when many companies release their year-end financial results, and 3D Systems’ were quite interesting.
This week’s question is an interesting corporate enquiry.
It seems that 3D Systems’ latest version of 3DXpert has an incredible build simulation feature.
3D Systems announced their latest quarterly financial results, which seem to have perturbed investors.
Since we published a story about the invention of 3D printing a few weeks ago, we have had much feedback.
Nicole Clement is Vice President of Global Marketing and Demand Generation for 3D Systems.
3D Systems’ latest major partnership brings a new hybrid machine and a statement about the place of additive in the manufacturing workflow.
I’m reading a piece on InvestorPlace discussing several “doomed” 3D printer company stocks.
The two biggest publicly traded 3D printer companies just released their quarterly results.
Stock prices of two major 3D printing companies dropped yesterday, but why?
3D Systems seems to be building a bit of an ecosystem surrounding their medical venture.
3D Systems announced a pair of similar entry level 3D metal printers.
A quick glance at 3D Systems’ marketing material lately might have you believe they’re selling injection molding equipment. But not really.
The two largest publicly traded 3D printer companies, 3D Systems and Stratasys, both published their quarterly financials. Who’s winning?
I noticed something interesting in a business blog post about 3D Systems.
I’m reading a fascinating legal complaint by 3D Systems against one of their former employees and his new employer, and there’s lessons to be had by all 3D printing companies here.
This week 3D Systems announced their financial results for the 1st quarter of 2018, as well as their full 2017 results – and it was a bit of a surprise.
At LMT Lab Day Chicago 2018, 3D Systems showcased the first official industry-specific instantiation of its Figure 4 3D-printing technology.
When we wrote on 3D Systems’ strategy a few days ago, we didn’t realize it would unfold this quickly.
We had a sit-down with 3D Systems’ CEO Vyomesh Joshi and got a first-hand explanation of the companies moves.
A new project by 3D Systems made me realize something interesting about 3D metal printing.
Many companies wish getting a part made was easy as plugging a computer to a 3D printer and pushing a button.
3D Systems, whose stock price recently took a tumble, came back with a series of very interesting 3D printing announcements.
Friday’s release of 3D Systems quarterly financial results have put a huge dent in the company’s stock price.
As the stock markets closed today, troubles seemed ahead for 3D Systems.
Both 3D Systems and Stratasys stock prices have been zooming up and down lately, but what’s behind it?
HP held an analyst event earlier in which they made some announcements that caused a bit of a tumble on the stock market.
I’ve just noticed that 3D Systems discontinued their final Cube 3D printer earlier this year, a milestone of sorts.
While the company has introduced new products, it appears their revenue is stuck.