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February 13, 2013
14:58 EDTPRLBProto Labs price target raised to $54 from $44 at Piper Jaffray
Piper Jaffray increased its target on Proto Labs after the company reported stronger than expected Q4 results. The firm expects the company to experience solid growth over the next several years and it maintains an Overweight rating on the stock.
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July 28, 2015
07:50 EDTPRLBJefferies cuts price targets in 3D printing space after survey
After surveying 30 resellers in the 3D printing space, Jefferies analyst Jason North cut his price target for 3D Systems (DDD) to $14 from $22 and Stratasys (SSYS) to $50 from $60. A key investor discussion is when or if the industry will return to 20% growth, North writes in a research note. His survey indicates Q4 as the most likely time frame for Stratasys and later, if ever, for 3D Systems. The survey suggests weak Q2 results and a "muted" rebound in Q3, North tells investors. He prefers shares of Arcam (AMAVF) and Stratasys, both of which are Buy rated, to Hold-rated 3D Systems and Proto Labs (PRLB).
July 23, 2015
09:14 EDTPRLBProto Labs sees 'steady' headcount additions in all segments
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09:00 EDTPRLBProto Labs sees continued annual revenue growth target of 25%
Sees gross margin for balance of year of 59%-61%. Comments taken from Q2 earnings call.
08:54 EDTPRLBProto Labs sees Q3 adjusted EPS 51c-55c, consensus 52c
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08:41 EDTPRLBProto Labs 'proud' of Q2 performance in Europe
Comments taken from Q2 earnings call.
06:08 EDTPRLBProto Labs reports Q2 non-GAAP EPS 50c, consensus 48c
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July 21, 2015
11:01 EDTPRLBProto Labs acquires new facility to expand 3D printing service
Proto Labs has acquired a new facility to expand its 3D printing service into a larger and more efficient additive manufacturing space. The 77,000 sq. ft. facility will allow the digital manufacturing company to house all of its stereolithography, selective laser sintering and direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) technology under one roof. The new plant is scheduled to become fully operational in the first half of 2016, and will remain in the North Carolina area where Proto Labsí current additive facilities are located. In addition to moving its existing equipment into the larger space, the prototyping and low-volume manufacturer plans to increase its overall 3D printing capacity with new machines. Anchoring the expansion will be SLS and DMLS equipment, which produce durable nylon parts and functional metal parts respectively. As 3D printing continues to grow industry-wide, Proto Labsí plans to be well-equipped to accommodate the ongoing evolution of additive manufacturing.

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