Lots of news from BigRep recently.
It is a two story football clubhouse for SC Capelle measuring 330 sqm and it will be printed in 140 hours
It turned out that SPACs were not the right way forward for many 3D printing companies.
Many 3D print companies have “gone public” by entering a stock exchange in the past two years, but which companies might be next?
As I suspected, Essentium is the latest 3D printing business to transform into a publicly-traded company.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi serve up a look at barbeque trends impact on 3D printing.
Fast Radius is the latest digital manufacturing company set to hit the public market.
Xometry and Markforged have both officially gone public, and FATHOM has announced its intent to join them, upping additive manufacturing on the stock market.
It’s IPO news today for Xometry as the on-demand manufacturing company prepares to trade on Nasdaq under “XMTR.”
Shapeways is set to become SHPW on the NYSE via SPAC.
VELO3D officially announced they are going public.
A report suggests that metal 3D printer manufacturer VELO3D is set to go public via a SPAC.