We’ve developed a simple calculator to help Fabbaloo readers determine the actual cost of 3D prints.
3D Systems announced a major restructuring program.
It’s the beginning of a new year, and it’s time for predictions. Anti-predictions, actually.
At the close of the year, it’s time to reflect on what just happened.
CASTOR announced an amazing new capability: analysis of 2D designs.
VulcanForms announced a huge US$250M investment round, one of the largest seen in the industry.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at ways 3D printing could be used to offset inflationary factors.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi have some thoughts about what might transpire in the world of 3D printing during 2022.
Xometry and Markforged have both officially gone public, and FATHOM has announced its intent to join them, upping additive manufacturing on the stock market.
3D Systems announced their 2020 financial results, and it’s interesting to see the many effects during that tumultuous year.
Xerox seems to have quietly placed its first customer 3D printer installation as the company looks at innovation for future growth.
“Corrections” are negative financial events that are usually associated with the stock market, but could a correct occur in 3D printing?
Rocket-maker Relativity Space is about to collect a whopping US$500M in a Series D raise.
I had a chat with Adrian Maier-Ring, Investment Manager at AM Ventures, to find out more about his company.
Charles R. Goulding examines GE’s Q3 2020 results with an eye toward 3D printing impact.
Ultimaker reported significant growth in the first half of 2020, a rare reveal of the private company’s financial state.
Stratasys released their quarterly results, and I reviewed them to see how the pandemic is affecting the giant 3D printer manufacturer.
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.
VELO3D has unexpectedly received an investment of US$12M.
3D Systems released their 2019 annual report, and it seems to be more of the same: cutting costs and continued losses.
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.
PostProcess Technologies has received a huge investment that should fuel their ambitious European expansion plans.
3D Hubs seems to have found its stride after a challenging pivot to new, more profitable markets in industrial 3D printing and manufacturing.
Could the coming huge increase in drone demand cause more opportunities for 3D printing?
Why are so many new metal 3D printing companies and services emerging? There are three main reasons for this growth in additive manufacturing.
3D Systems announced their quarterly results and it seems they are still having revenue challenges.
Is the 3D printing community immune to email fraud? Most definitely not. We point out how scams could happen and what you can do about it.
ExOne suffered a substantial loss in stock price, but what are the reasons behind this and why did it happen?
VELO3D announced their first year’s financial results and they were quite spectacular.
The UK leaves the EU on October 31st. What might this mean for companies involved in 3D printing? We look at a long list of issues.
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.
What’s the true cost of a 3D printer? An accidental email spills the beans on how much resellers actually pay for 3D printers, and it’s less than you think.
Following disappointing financial results, Nano Dimension is facing strategic review — and 20% layoffs.
Maker Media, creator of the Maker Faire events and MAKE: magazine, has ceased operations and laid off all staff.
It appears the end is near for Mcor Technologies, as we have indications they are in receivership.
Autodesk’s stock dropped 10% after their first quarter results were made public.
Stratasys announced their quarterly financial results this week, and it looks pretty good for the 3D printing giant.
Another fiscal year, another chart showcasing a company’s earnings.
Purchasing 3D printing equipment can be a costly affair, but sometimes it’s actually far more expensive than you first thought.
Fictiv has raised a huge US$33M.
It’s that time of year when many companies release their year-end financial results, and 3D Systems’ were quite interesting.
After several years of experimental construction 3D printing projects, it may be the time for things to get real.
During a discussion with Forecast 3D, we encountered a use case we hadn’t heard of previously.
At this late date in the year, many organizations have some 3D printing thinking to do.
3D Systems announced their latest quarterly financial results, which seem to have perturbed investors.
Prodways Group announced stellar financial results.
A provocative article in Forbes discusses how 3D printing could explode in future years.
In April, Stratasys announced the formation of a spin-off company capable of unprecedented production capabilities.
voxeljet announced their latest financial results, and the market reacted badly.
The two biggest publicly traded 3D printer companies just released their quarterly results.
The two largest publicly traded 3D printer companies, 3D Systems and Stratasys, both published their quarterly financials. Who’s winning?
Anarkik3D announced a new strategy for growing their user base.
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.
Today Stratasys announced their financial results for 2017 and there are some very positive and negative aspects.
Everyone knows GE is extremely interested in 3D printing, but there’s yet another way they’re making a lot of money with the technology.
There are tons of 3D print-related companies in existence, but relatively few that you can easily invest in. But should you?
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.
While the company has introduced new products, it appears their revenue is stuck.
Large-format 3D printer manufacturer announced their quarterly results and they might be viewed negatively, but I think not.
There are so many benefits to 3D printing.
Stratasys released their Q2 financial results for 2017 and the results were quite different from those of their competitor, 3D Systems.
As is customary, 3D Systems announced their latest quarterly financial results and the results were quite shocking.
3D print giant Stratasys announced their financial results for the first quarter of 2017, and things are about the same.
Tuan Tranpham has posted a very telling chart showing where many current 3D printer offerings lay on a financial scale.
Italian company Roboze opened an office in the USA, demonstrating a key step growing 3D printing companies must take.
3D Systems, one of the largest players in 3D printing, announced their first quarter 2017 financial results.
I’m reading a paper by researchers from Northwestern University where they propose a new method of enabling 3D printed Lunar and Martian materials.
Stratasys has released their US tax Form 20-F and in it there is a wealth of information about the company’s operations.
3D printer manufacturer ExOne released their 2016 financial results and there are some interesting aspects to their situation.
Stratasys released their 2016Q4 and full 2016 financial results, and it appears they are improving, albeit only slightly.
3D Systems released their 4Q16 and full 2016 financial results, where we can see what kind of turnaround has occurred. Or not.
3D print service and software provider Materialise released their 2016 financial results this week.
ExOne is one of the few publicly-traded 3D printer companies, and its information allows us to peek at the state of the industry.
3D print giant 3D Systems announced their third quarter results and it seems they are holding at consistent levels.
Last week we told the story of XMachines and their extreme financial challenges. The failure to deliver product is usually just a result of bad arithmetic and planning.
We have been contacted by a backer of the Genesis desktop 3D printer by XMachine, who has some complaints, which appear to be legitimate.
Arcam is a publicly-traded metal 3D printer manufacturer, and now we know a bit more about how well they are doing.
The European Investment Bank announced a huge €15M (USD$17M) loan to Ultimaker; this should enable many things to happen.
We’ve received evidence that Denmark-based Blueprinter may be having financial issues.
I’ve just noticed that Type A Machines now offers leasing programs for acquiring their equipment, but is this something you should consider?
Aleph Objects, the company behind the LulzBot line of desktop 3D printers, released their quarterly financials, providing a glimpse at the workings of a smaller 3D printer company.
3D printing giant Stratasys released their second quarter results this past week and it seems things are improving.
Sweden-based Arcam, maker of powerful metal 3D printing gear, released interim financial results for the first half of the year, and there’s good and bad news.
A small 3D printer company’s financials show how difficult it can be to operate in today’s 3D market.
Earlier I commented on 3D Systems and Stratasys’ first quarter financial results. Today it’s VoxelJet and ExOne.
It’s that time of the year when the first quarter results are announced by publicly traded companies. Of interest here is Stratasys and 3D Systems, the two largest 3D printing companies on the planet.
This week former 3D printer manufacturer Solidoodle finally made it formal by announcing they’ve suspended operations permanently. While many could see this coming, what lessons can we gain from this event?
Earlier this week, 3D model site Pinshape announced they were shutting down. Now, that might not be the case.
As expected, 3D Systems announced their quarterly and annual results yesterday, and the results were indicative of the 3D printing industry today.
It’s a weird time to be tracking 3D print-related stocks these days.
If you happen to have access to 3D printing capability, is it worthwhile to print a given item?