There’s been a very puzzling development at Sigma Additive Solutions.
It turned out that SPACs were not the right way forward for many 3D printing companies.
It’s the beginning of a new year, and it’s time for predictions. Anti-predictions, actually.
Why are so many 3D print companies “going public”?
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi serve up a look at barbeque trends impact on 3D printing.
Xometry and Markforged have both officially gone public, and FATHOM has announced its intent to join them, upping additive manufacturing on the stock market.
As Xometry moves toward IPO, the company has updated its SEC filings with share pricing.
It’s IPO news today for Xometry as the on-demand manufacturing company prepares to trade on Nasdaq under “XMTR.”
The latest 3D printing IPO sees Massivit 3D Printing Technologies go public.
3D printing unicorn Desktop Metal announced today that it will go public by the end of this year; we catch up with the CEO to learn more about what that means for the company.
Charlie Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine the potential for major IPOs in the 3D printing industry.
A report suggests Carbon may issue an IPO. What could this mean?