3D Systems was the headliner this week in the 3-D printing world, though Stratasys and Wal-Mart (yes, Wal-Mart!) had supporting roles.
This well-established French 3-D printing service provider recently entered the U.S. market.
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Today might present an excellent buying opportunity for investors who want to get into the 3-D printing space.
Autodesk shares some information beyond what was contained in its press release about its 3-D printing initiative.
Wednesday marked a departure from the record closes in recent days, and these stocks fell much more sharply than the broader market.
Stratasys’ recent move to purchase the largest independently operated 3-D printing service bureau in the U.S. for $295 million mitigates the long-term risk of commoditization on the sales of its products while differentiating itself from the competition.
Is 3D Systems' drop meaningful or just another movement?
Here are two companies making headlines in the markets today.
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