The ExOne Company Is Down Again: What's the Deal?

Though the market has been somewhat steady so far in 2014, the same cannot be said for shareholders of 3-D printing companies. Some of the industry's largest names have lost well over one-third of their value in a few short months.

No company, however, has lost more than ExOne  (NASDAQ: XONE  )  -- a small 3-D printing company with a focus on large, industrial customers. After the company's earnings release last week, shares continued to be punished -- down as much as 18% in one day.

In the video below, the Motley Fool's Brian Stoffel -- a shareholder in ExOne himself -- digs in and lets you know why the company's shares were trading so low, and what he plans on doing with this new information.

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  • Report this Comment On June 02, 2014, at 6:04 AM, mikem132 wrote:

    Sorry, but ExOne is slow in selling to foundries for 2 reasons: 1. their machines are way too expensive for the kind of foundries that might buy one* and 2. ExOne also is very active in selling the services of these machines without actually buying one.

    *the kind of foundry with the capital to buy a rapid-prototype machine is usually a large, production foundry where highly durable tooling is used and quantities justify it. This is a contradiction to the ExOne model. The kind of foundry that could be utilize ExOne is a "one off" model and a smaller "jobbing" foundry. Sadly, those shops are least likely to spend 1.4 mil on a machine like this. Your research is plain wrong.

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