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2. Proto Labs (NYSE:PRLB)

3. Materialise (NASDAQ:MTLS)

4. 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD)


6. SLM Solutions Group (FWB:AM3D)

7. Nano Dimension (NASDAQ:NNDM)

8. Organovo (NASDAQ:ONVO)

9. FARO Technologies Inc. (FARO)

10. Voxeljet (NYSE:VJET)

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Market cap: US$23.95 billion

Although it is not strictly a 3D printing company, Hewlett Packard (HP) devotes some of its resources to leveraging 3D printing technology for mainstream manufacturing. It is making inroads with its Multi Jet Fusion technology, and in 2017 it unveiled the world’s first state-of-the-art laboratory to help companies develop, test and deliver the next generation of materials and applications for 3D printing.

HP also has a 3D printing center in Guangdong, China, putting it at the epicenter of the world’s US$12 trillion manufacturing sector. This foothold shows HP’s commitment to the 3D printing market.

HP CEO Enrique Lores recently pointed out how the COVID-19 pandemic has shined a light on the importance of having the capability to quickly manufacture products onsite where they are needed in critical times. “It is really highlighting how 3-D printing has the potential of transforming the manufacturing industry,” Lores said. “This is a great example of its capabilities.”

2. Proto Labs (NYSE:PRLB)

Revenue (TTM): $451.0 million

Net Income (TTM): $58.6 million

Market Cap: $3.9 billion

1-Year Trailing Total Return: 58.2%

Exchange: New York Stock Exchange

Proto Labs

3. Materialise (NASDAQ:MTLS)

Revenue (TTM): $205.3 million

Net Income (TTM): -$2.7 million

Market Cap: $1.9 billion

1-Year Trailing Total Return: 94.8%

Exchange: NASDAQ


4. Stratasys (NASDAQ:SSYS)

Market cap: US$823.63 million

Stratasys has been in the 3D printing business since 1988, and operates primarily in the healthcare, aerospace, automotive and education markets. At a global scale, the company holds over 600 granted or pending additive manufacturing patents.

Some of its key patents are for the FDM, PolyJet and WDM 3D printing technologies. These create prototypes and manufactured goods directly from 3D computer-aided design files and other 3D content. The company’s subsidiaries include MakerBot, GrabCAD, RedEye On Demand and Solid Concepts.

5. 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD)

Market cap: US$795.29 million

Since 1983, 3D Systems has been providing 3D products and services. This includes everything from 3D printers and print materials to parts services and digital design tools. Chuck Hull — the inventor of stereolithography — is the company’s co-founder, executive vice president and chief technology officer.

As a printer manufacturer, naturally 3D Systems aims to simplify this process through streamlining the supply chain for manufacturing companies. This is accomplished by providing both the raw materials — such as metal powder and plastic filament — and computer numerical control (CNC) machining. CNC machining is a process in which computers control the directions of a machine; 3D Systems uses this technology to build electronic parts and to do machine engraving.

3D Systems covers several industries with its products, such as manufacturing, design and engineering, 3D scanning and healthcare.


Revenue (TTM): $52.9 million

Net Income (TTM): -$14.5 million

Market Cap: $238.2 million

1-Year Trailing Total Return: 48.3%

Exchange: NASDAQ

ExOne specializes in manufacturing 3D printing machines for customers across various industries. It also produces 3D printed products to specification for industrial customers. ExOne 3D printers utilize binder jetting technology, fusing powder particles of materials like metal or sand into molds, cores, and other products.

7. SLM Solutions Group (FWB:AM3D)

Market cap: 123.05 million euros

Based in Germany, SLM Solutions Group’s focus is on industrial design and rapid manufacturing, as well as producing and distributing selective laser-melting systems. It provides its services to industries such as automotive, aviation and aeronautics, tooling, medical, dental, and research and education.

8. Nano Dimension (NASDAQ:NNDM)

Market cap: US$89.37 million

Nano Dimension is focused on 3D electronics printing and nanotechnology-based ink products. Its flagship products include the DragonFly 2020 3D printer, which can print high-resolution, multilayer circuit boards in a few hours, compared to weeks or months for others.

The applications of Nano Dimension’s technologies include sensors, antennas, magnets and molded interconnected devices.

9. FARO Technologies Inc. (FARO)

Revenue (TTM): $334.7 million

Net Income (TTM): -$79.7 million

Market Cap: $1.0 billion

1-Year Trailing Total Return: 20.6%

Exchange: NASDAQ

FARO specializes in 3D measurement and other services for the fields of architecture, engineering, and construction. With a 40-year history, FARO' began before the advent of 3D printing. The company's products include coordinate measuring machines, laser trackers and projectors, mappers, scanners, and software. FARO also serves the aerospace, automotive, and power generation industries.

10. Voxeljet (NYSE:VJET)

Market cap: US$32.16 million

Voxeljet is a manufacturer of 3D printing systems for industrial applications. Among others, the company services industries such as automotive, reverse engineering, aerospace, pumps and heavy industry, architecture, art, design and film and museums.

Voxeljet’s portfolio ranges from research systems to 3D systems for large-format production, as well as a chemical 3D printing process. In 2017, the company unveiled its high-speed sintering, and in 2018 it expanded the number of specialty materials it can use for its high-speed sintering line. Voxeljet is also developing its new VJET X, which launched in June 2019.

This is an updated version of an article first published by the Investing News Network in 2015.

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