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Last $13.51 USD
Change Today +0.03 / 0.22%
Volume 429.1K
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As of 10:13 AM 08/31/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

3d systems corp (DDD) Snapshot

Open
$13.33
Previous Close
$13.48
Day High
$13.51
Day Low
$13.13
52 Week High
09/2/14 - $54.10
52 Week Low
08/24/15 - $11.00
Market Cap
1.5B
Average Volume 10 Days
3.3M
EPS TTM
$-0.14
Shares Outstanding
112.0M
EX-Date
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P/E TM
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Dividend
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Dividend Yield
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Current Stock Chart for 3D SYSTEMS CORP (DDD)

3d systems corp (DDD) Details

3D Systems Corporation, through its subsidiaries, operates as a provider of 3D printing centric design-to-manufacturing solutions in the Americas, Germany, and the Asia-Pacific, as well as other European, the Middle East, and African countries. The company’s 3D printers transform data input from the format generated by 3D design software, CAD software, or 3D scanning and sculpting devices to printed parts using integrated, engineered plastic, metal, nylon, rubber, wax, and composite print materials. It offers stereolithography, selective laser sintering, direct metal, multi-jet, color jet, and film transfer imaging printers, as well as plastic jet printing 3D printers. The company also blends, packages, and sells proprietary, consumable, engineered plastic, nylon, metal, and composite materials for use in printers under the Accura, DuraForm, CastForm, LaserForm, and VisiJet brand names. In addition, it provides software packages and design tools for reverse engineering, inspection, and haptic design packages; CAD and CAM software packages designed for the manufacturing industry; and 3D scanners and perceptual devices. Further, the company offers pre-sale and post-sale services comprising applications development and custom engineered production solutions; and installation, warranty, and maintenance services, as well as proprietary software printer drivers. It primarily serves manufacturers of automotive, aerospace, computer, electronic, defense, education, consumer, energy, and healthcare products, as well as original equipment manufacturers, government agencies, universities and other educational institutions, independent service bureaus, and individual consumers. The company sells its products and services through its direct sales force, sales agents, resellers, and distributors. 3D Systems Corporation was founded in 1986 and is headquartered in Rock Hill, South Carolina.

2,136 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/26/15
Founded in 1986

3d systems corp (DDD) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President, Executive...
Total Annual Compensation: $863.5K
Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice Pr...
Total Annual Compensation: $161.5K
Executive Vice President of Mergers & Acquisi...
Total Annual Compensation: $410.9K
Chief Operating Officer of Healthcare and Exe...
Total Annual Compensation: $353.0K
Chief Legal Officer, Executive Vice President...
Total Annual Compensation: $285.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

3d systems corp (DDD) Key Developments

3D Systems Introduces Next Generation of 3DMe Photobooth with Enhanced User Experience for Retail Floor and Event Activations

3D Systems Corporation announced the immediate availability of its new generation of 3DMe® Photobooth, which brings the full 3DMe experience to retail spaces and events. Always a popular attraction at events around the country, this revamped version includes an attractive user interface and is fine-tuned for easier point-of-sale, revenue reporting, and user experience. 3DMe Photobooth uses 3D imaging technology to capture an instant, photo-realistic facial image. Users can put their face on seasonal and branded collections of customizable 3DMe figurines, including characters from "Ghostbusters" and "Walking Dead." Utilizing Photobooth's technology, users can play animations of their personalized character, social share and order 3D-printed full color figurines "all within minutes from the Photobooth kiosk. For owners, the latest version of 3DMe Photobooth adds upon the kiosk's consumer popularity, integrating enhanced operating features that make it even easier to maintain and operate. A new point-of-sale (POS) system allows onsite purchasing with a credit card reader, and included revenue tracking systems help owners pinpoint trends. Even the shipping and packing of the unit are streamlined. In minutes, after unpacking the 3DMe Photobooth, vendors can be attracting customers and generating revenue. In addition, the new 3DMe Photobooth's skin can be customized for improved visibility and branding. 3DMe Photobooth's content can also be refreshed based on brands and seasons, so vendors can provide the free content and styles that attract new and returning consumers.

3D Systems Releases GibbsCAM 2015 Software for Production Machining

3D Systems announced that it has begun shipping the new version of GibbsCAM, its software for production machining. This comprehensive update to 3DS' software incorporates an all-new Universal Kinematic Machine (UKM) engine that further simplifies CNC programming. The release also includes multiple enhancements that extend capabilities and accommodate new machines of all configurations. As an integral component of 3DS' design-to-manufacturing digital thread, facilitating cross-technology manufacturing between additive and subtractive methods, GibbsCAM enables improved production efficiency and greater profitability. Developed for ease-of-use, GibbsCAM empowers numerical control programmers and machinists with solid modeling, 2- through 5-axis milling, high speed machining, mill/turn, Swiss, multi-task machining and wire-EDM capabilities. Some of the new features in GibbsCAM 2015 include: New Tooling Functions and Capabilities that extend the ability to define, use and simulate tools, with new icons and dynamic 3D viewing of tools and tool holders. Support for straight, tapered and stepped shanks was extended to all mill tools, while new mill and lathe tool types are also introduced, including 3D form tools and 75° Diamond (ISO E-style) lathe tools. Numerous Enhancements for Hole-making that include additional support for hole features from CAD systems and full associativity for hole features from Autodesk Inventor, CATIA v5, Solid Edge and SolidWorks. New is the Hole Editor for editing hole features, including compound holes, which are supported with multiple straight, tapered and threaded segments. In addition, feature recognition has been enhanced, and the 5-axis drilling interface has been streamlined. These features simplify hole-making operations and make the programming process faster. Intermediate Tooling Support for Multi-task Machining (MTM), which makes tooling more manageable, simulation more accurate, and programming easier, with more accurate placement and orientation of tools. Additions include a tool block library and support for tool blocks, such as adapter blocks, holders for tool holders, right-angle and adjustable heads, and flash tooling. A fixture library and support for fixtures (chucks, tailstocks, steady rests and other work holding devices) are included. Machine Simulation which is greatly improved as a result of UKM, intermediate tooling support, and an improved rendering palette. Rendering is more accurate and efficient, displaying intermediate tooling for a more complete simulation of all moving components. Customized monitoring of key conditions is enabled with a new Stops and Watches feature. Combined, these additions make the programming-through-simulation process faster and more accurate.

Shareholders Sues 3D Systems Corp. Contending its Executives Overestimated the company's Ability

Some shareholders are suing 3D Systems Corp. contending its executives overestimated the company's ability to deliver printers, which caused its share price to drop in value. Three federal lawsuits filed since June contend the steep decline in 3D share prices cost them millions of dollars in investment value. The plaintiffs in the lawsuits are vying for the spot as lead litigant in the class-action suit against the 3D printer company. One lawsuit, filed by a shareholder named James Pruitt, contends that CEO Avi Reichental overestimated the company's ability to deliver printers that made three-dimensional products in metal. When 3D missed earnings estimates, its share prices fell, costing investors millions of dollars, the suit contends. Another lawsuit, this one filed by the Bristol, Conn., pension fund, said Reichental overstated the value of companies that 3D had acquired and also overestimated the customer demand for its printers. All three lawsuits say 3D executives violated U.S. securities laws by making false or misleading statements about the company's abilities and by withholding facts about the company from investors. Each lawsuit asks the U.S. District Court to award unspecified damages to the shareholders. They also ask for a jury trial.

 

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