A report from SmarTech Analysis suggests additive manufacturing revenue was down in 2020.
In recent weeks there have been several high-profile corporate acquisitions in the 3D printing world. There are reasons this is happening and we should expect more.
Xerox seems to have quietly placed its first customer 3D printer installation as the company looks at innovation for future growth.
Farsoon said the company has doubled its revenue so far in 2020, defying the overall economic downturn caused by the pandemic.
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.
3D Systems announced their quarterly results and it seems they are still having revenue challenges.
VELO3D announced their first year’s financial results and they were quite spectacular.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi discuss HP’s forward momentum.
There’s a terrific story on Solidsmack of how an entrepreneur turned a MakerBot personal 3D printer into a viable business. The folks at I Heart Engineering wondered whether they could treat a MakerBot Thing-O-Matic as a kind of miniature factory for a startup business. They designed a specific adaptor for hooking Microsoft Kinect sensors… Continue reading Entrepreneuring With A MakerBot
You’ve probably heard about Ponoko, the New Zealand based personal manufacturing and marketplace service. You can not only have your item built with their facilities, but you can also mark your item for sale and others can have Ponoko build it for them, too. And you get paid for it! One of the interesting twists… Continue reading Ponoko’s List
We wrote a few weeks ago about NASA’s new EBF3 manufacturing process (Electron Beam FreeForm Fabrication), which uses a high-energy electron beam to melt raw metal (typically aluminum) and deposit it on a vacuum-encased rotating platform. Shiny round metal objects soon emerge. Now we learn a bit more about the benefits of EBF3, which originally… Continue reading The EBF3 Business Case
We like to follow Stratasys’s financial results because as one of the major public companies involved in the 3D Printing and rapid prototyping space that issues financial reports, we believe we can get a feel for how most of the industry is doing. This past quarter Stratasys reports revenue, shipment and income all lower than… Continue reading Stratasys Reports 3Q09 Results
A recent report by ABI research suggests that the 3D printing market could reach heights of almost USD$800M by 2013. Is this possible? We think so – and here’s why: The number of applications of 3D printing continues to increase. We’ve seen medical, artistic, manufacturing and other uses appear simply due to the creativity of… Continue reading 3D Printing Market to Hit $782M by 2013?