The company that makes 3-D printers that most please its end users will likely have a financial performance edge.
The unique business model of this relatively newly independent 3-D printing services company recently scored it a cool $30 million in venture capital funding.
In this edition of our brand-new "Stocks on Our Radar" series, analysts Simon Erickson and Sara Hov take a look at 3D Systems.
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.
The metal 3-D printing industry experienced tremendous growth in 2013, but there was a major factor inflating the numbers.
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.