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It's been stuck at a three-star rank for most of the past six months, but enough top-performing CAPS members have turned bullish on Stratasys
With the growth potential of Stratasys' technologies in 3-D printing and recent moves to expand its product availability on a global scale, many CAPS members see a big future ahead of it. The company recently reported improving margins that helped put quarterly earnings ahead of analyst expectations and saw strong system orders that left its system backlog at $6.3 million. Similar to the increasing confidence that bellwethers like Intel
The company has a solid list of who's who customers like Boeing
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Fool contributor Dave Mock would upgrade his printer to a 3-D version in a heartbeat if it could replicate donuts accurately. He owns shares of Intel, which is an Inside Value recommendation. Stratasys is a Rule Breakers pick. Motley Fool Options has recommended a buy calls position on Intel. The Fool's disclosure policy has a 3-D bust of itself on its desk.