3D Systems (DDD) Debuts Quickparts for Quickquote Platform (Street Insider)
3D Systems announced today the enhancement of its patented Quickquote capabilities to deliver instant quoting of parts directly from native CAD data with increased accuracy for custom manufactured parts. Quickparts is 3D Systems Corporation (NYSE:DDD) premier on-demand parts service that delivers the industry standard in quick-turn custom manufacturing. Quickparts provides precise and instant parts quoting the covers the most diverse portfolio of materials and is powered by 3D Systems advanced manufacturing platform. QuickQuote produces a unique quote for the process and quantity specified instantly, delivering the industry’s most competitive pricing, immediately, worldwide.
3D Printing Firm Stratasys Registers Shares for Sale (24/7 Wall St)
Stratasys, Ltd. (NASDAQ:SSYS) has filed a shelf registration statement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to allow it to issue sell an unspecified number of ordinary shares, warrants, and debt securities. At the same time the firm filed a Form 424 registering 6.93 million shares for sale at a maximum aggregate price of $768 million. The maximum per share price is given as $110.85.
ExOne releases 2.65M shares of common stock (BusinessTimes)
ExOne Co (NASDAQ:XONE) announced Tuesday the release of an underwritten public offering of 2.65 million shares of common stock. The North Huntingdon-based 3-D printing company will sell 1.1 million shares, while the other shares of common stock will be sold by certain selling stockholders.
DDD Group Plc : License Agreement (4-Traders)
3D Systems Corporation (NYSE:DDD) extends TriDef®3D license to JOMVS for glasses-free 3D mobile tablets. Los Angeles, California: DDD Group plc (AIM: DDD; OTCQX: DDDGY), the 3D solutions company, has licensed its TriDef®3D software to China’s Chongqing JOMVS Photoelectricity Company Limited (“JOMVS”) for its glasses-free 3D tablets.
Stratasys, riding the wave of 3-D printing, expanding in Eden Prairie (Startribune)
Stratasys, Ltd. (NASDAQ:SSYS) is now officially based in Israel, but it is quickly expanding its original home in Eden Prairie to keep up with rising demand for 3-D printers. So far this year, the company has added 126 jobs in the Minneapolis suburb, a 33 percent jump to just over 500 people. And it expects to hire another 30 to 40 people before the end of the year, Scott Crump, chairman and co-founder of Stratasys, said in an interview.