All about Investment in 3D Printing
For most small investors, 3D printing stocks are a long-term investment. Here are the companies that will drive the new social revolution.
Software giants and leading 3D printer manufacturers are some of the most interesting companies in 3D printing. If you want to invest in 3D printing, you should also know these companies.
Shapeways, Sculpteo, i.Materialise, Rinkak and 3D Hubs ship professional 3D printed goods to consumers. Here’s what you must know about their pros and cons.
South Korea's science ministry will spend 41.2 billion won ($37 million) to develop local 3D printing businesses.
The Los Angeles startup Relativity Space has raised $35 million in its latest funding round led by Playground Global and other investors. The financing will enable the aerospace company to expand, while also paving the way for it to refine and test 3D printed rockets.
Desktop Metal received $115 million in funding and by September this year, the first 3D printer will be available with the more expensive option ready for next year.
Desktop Metal has raised $65 million during its latest funding round. The new financing, which was led by Ford Motor Company, brings the Boston-based 3D printing startup's total investment amount to $277 million.
Carbon announces $200 million in Series D funding, and will use the investment to scale its 3D printing technology for manufacturing.
Iterate Design + Innovation will use £1 million Innovate UK Grant to develop a 3D printing solution combining conductive inks with polymers.
The Massachusetts startup Markforged has raised $30 million in funding from Siemens’ next47 venture firm, Microsoft Ventures, and Porsche SE.
Predictions of calamity in the 3D printing industry are premature; online marketplace 3D Hubs scores $7 million dollars in Series B funding.
UK businesses can now apply for a share of £4.5 million funding for innovative projects in additive manufacturing.
Contrary to popular belief, the 3D printing and additive manufacturing industry is growing significantly. All3DP talked to market researcher Terry Wohlers about the Wohlers Report 2016.
When it comes to facts on the 3D printing industry, nobody can compete with market researcher Terry Wohlers. In anticipation of the annual Euromold conference, All3DP asked him about the trends.
DyeMansion developed a new technique for coloring laser sintered prints. Now EOS founder Dr. Hans J. Langer takes partnership as a shareholder.
German startup rating platform "Venturate.com" offers curated crowdfunding for investors. For starters, they present a biggie: 3D Selfie Studio Twinkind.
All3DP.com talked to Ilja Laurs, Nextury Ventures, about his perspective on the 3D design/printing industry - in particular, his view regarding investing.
This week we feature a review of the Makerbot Replicator Mini as well as an analysis for everyone interested in investing in 3D printing stocks. Plus reviews of 3 Autodesk tools and an article on Autodesk's Spark ecosystem.