Provide 3D content-to-print solutions:

• 3D Printers & Print Materials
• Custom Parts Services
• CAD
• Reverse engineerin...
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On Demand Parts:
• Rapid Prototyping
• Injection Molding
• Investment Casting Patterns

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Solutions:
• Content Creatio...
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3D Systems (NYSE: DDD)

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Largest company in additive manufacturing
industry ($6B market cap)

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Holding company...
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Founded by Charles Hull in 1986 in
Valencia, CA
• First to coin term
“stereolithography” (SLA)
• Initial SLA sys...
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Cube

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Personal 3D printer

Retails for $1,299

“Kinect-To-Print”
Uses Kinect Xbox game

controller as 3D scanne...
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• Share 3D designs
• Market their
creations
Personal Market:
Affordable 3D printers and

tools, software, and apps
to make 3D printing easy and
User friendly
Business...
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Stratasys
• Merger with Objet in 2012 created 2nd largest 3D printer company
• Until recently, focused primarily on 3D ...
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Additive manufacturing likely to become
transformative technology both for
personal use and industry

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3D Systems is ...
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  1. 1. Provide 3D content-to-print solutions: • 3D Printers & Print Materials • Custom Parts Services • CAD • Reverse engineering/inspection software Solutions used to rapidly design, create, prototype, or produce real parts directly from digital input.
  2. 2. • On Demand Parts: • Rapid Prototyping • Injection Molding • Investment Casting Patterns • Solutions: • Content Creation • Concept Modeling • Prototyping • Casting, Patterns, and Molds • End-use Parts • Injection Molding For Aerospace/Defense, Architecture, Arts/Entertainment, Automotive, Consumer, Education, Energy, Healthcare, Hobbyist, and Jewelry Industries
  3. 3. • 3D Systems (NYSE: DDD) • • Largest company in additive manufacturing industry ($6B market cap) • • Holding company that operates through subsidiaries Sales $415M past 12 mos. 3D Printing market: • • • • Size - $1.7B in 2011 Market expected to triple in next few years Predicted market size - $3B to $5B Sales expected to increase 75% from 2013 to 2014 for both personal and business printers
  4. 4. • • • • Founded by Charles Hull in 1986 in Valencia, CA • First to coin term “stereolithography” (SLA) • Initial SLA systems complex and costly 1996 – introduction of solid-state lasers permitted reformulated materials which made SLA cheaper and more reliable 2007 – Began acquisitions to expand company’s technology Currently located in Rock Hill, SC, >1000 employees in 25 offices worldwide
  5. 5. • Cube • • • Personal 3D printer Retails for $1,299 “Kinect-To-Print” Uses Kinect Xbox game controller as 3D scanner
  6. 6. • • • Share 3D designs • Market their creations
  7. 7. Personal Market: Affordable 3D printers and tools, software, and apps to make 3D printing easy and User friendly Business Market: Full array of industrial 3D printers and range of solutions from design through production
  8. 8. • Stratasys • Merger with Objet in 2012 created 2nd largest 3D printer company • Until recently, focused primarily on 3D printer hardware • Little made-to-order business or software/design platforms • Currently no personal consumer products (but planning to acquire Makerbot) • ExOne & Voxeljet • Smaller companies, recently public • Systems and solutions
  9. 9. • Additive manufacturing likely to become transformative technology both for personal use and industry • 3D Systems is well positioned to remain the industry leader because of its comprehensive portfolio of hardware, software, and personal/business solutions • Expect explosive growth in market for 3D printing in next few years, both industrial and personal applications
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