The 3D printing industry grew by over 25% in 2015, but you wouldn't know it by looking at 3D Systems' and Stratasys' results. Could competition be a factor?
Up to 10 times as fast, and twice as cost-efficient as 3D printers powered by the leading technologies, the Jet Fusion 3D 3200 should help expand the 3D printing market, while the 4200 could disrupt the manufacturing sector.
A metric-to-metric face-off between the two big 3D printing companies.
The 3D printer maker continues to forge ahead, cutting costs where it can while also investing in the future.
While each of these companies has upside potential, all are simply too risky for investors with shorter time horizons and a need for safety.
Revenue declined more than expected, but adjusted earnings and cash flows were relatively solid. Mr. Market remains pessimistic.
Watch for how customer demand fared, the new CEO's vision, and the progress of its comprehensive review.
Fresh data on economic growth and key quarterly reports from Tesla, GoPro, and 3D Systems are on tap for investors over the next few trading days.
Two publicly traded companies are teaming up with Made In Space on Archinaut, a project that could ultimately enable NASA and commercial entities to construct large space structures in orbit.
Made In Space makes 3D printing history -- again -- and is joined by Lowe's, which became the first retailer operating in space.