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February 22, 2013
11:04 EDTPRLB, SSYS, XONE, DDD'Ugly' Falcon made on 3D printer draws $81 bid
The high bid on eBay for a falcon created by Piper analyst Troy Jensen using a 3D printer is now $81, Jensen wrote in a note to investors earlier today. Bidding for the statue is slated to close on Sunday, the analyst noted. On February 14, short selling website Citron Research dubbed 3D printer maker 3D Systems (DDD) a "bubble stock" and referred to Jensen's falcon as an "ugly beige falcon." Citron quoted a reader as saying that the falcon cost $17.50 to make, including amortization of the printer. Jensen, however, estimates that the materials used to make the falcon cost $2-$3. Meanwhile, Jensen maintained Overweight ratings on 3D printer makers 3D Systems (DDD) and Stratasys (SSYS). In other recent news involving the sector, President Obama made some investors more optimistic about the space by saying during his State of the Union address that, "3D printing has the potential to revolutionize the way we make almost everything." Also, 3D printer maker ExOne (XONE) recently garnered attention by launching an IPO on February 7. Please find attached the eBay bidding page for Jensen's falcon, which of course includes a photo. Reference Link
News For DDD;SSYS;PRLB;XONE From The Last 14 Days
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October 9, 2015
08:28 EDTSSYSStratasys subsidiary MakerBot reducing staff by 20% globally
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08:07 EDTPRLBProto Labs completes purchase of portions of Alphaform
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October 6, 2015
12:29 EDTSSYSPrimecap reports 5.l5% passive stake in Stratasys
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09:01 EDTSSYSStratasys, Adobe partner to bring 3D printing to creative professionals
Stratasys Ltd. (SSYS) announced that they are partnering with Adobe (ADBE) to bring high quality, color 3D printing to creatives around the world. The announcement was made today in Los Angeles at Adobe MAX. The two companies are joining forces to eliminate the workflow and product barriers that prevent creative professionals from easily transforming their designs into vibrant and durable color 3D printed models. As the first step of this vision, starting immediately, Adobe Photoshop CC users will be able to send 3D files for production through Stratasys Direct Express.
October 5, 2015
09:05 EDTDDD3D Systems announces partnership with Penn State
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September 30, 2015
09:47 EDTSSYSStratasys management to meet with Oppenheimer
Group luncheon to be held in New York on October 6 hosted by Oppenheimer.

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