The 3D printing industry has been disappointing for investors, with 3D Systems, Stratasys, and others getting little attention, but maybe that's a good thing.
A spacecraft maker and a 3D printing company are the two companies that I would most like to see go public soon.
Start-up Carbon3D is muscling into the growing and lucrative healthcare 3D printing segment.
All are down over 90%, but there's a distinct possibility that the fall is far from over.
These seven events were among the most important for the 3D printing stocks in 2015 -- and have probable ramifications for 2016 and beyond.
Here are five major happenings that could affect 3D printing stocks in 2016.
Pure-play 3D printing stocks had another terrible year -- with one exception. Here's why the best 3D printing stock of 2015 outperformed.
Expect 2016 to bring lots of action as new players seek to disrupt the stronghold that 3D Systems and Stratasys have established.
The market started 2016 terribly, but these stocks bucked the downward trend. Find out why.
A confluence of positive news about new products and a mini short squeeze are driving 3D Systems's stock higher today. The rest of the 3D printing industry is getting a bounce, too.