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Stratasys, 3D Systems, and Proto Labs lead the 5 biggest 3D printing companies list

One of the most innovative and quickly developing technologies, 3D printing has a wide range of uses across numerous industries. Thin layers of material are added during 3D printing and assembled from computer blueprints to produce tangible items.

Although manufacturing times in the sector are now somewhat slower, experts predict that eventually 3D printing will be able to produce everything on a massive scale, from medical instruments to automobile parts to even aircraft components.

Below, we examine the top 5 3D printing businesses based on their TTM 12-month trailing sales. Only businesses who operate directly or indirectly in the US or Canada, whether through ADR or other channels, are included on this list. Some overseas businesses might report semi-annually, leading to a potentially longer gap.

The source of all data is YCharts[1] .


  • Revenue (TTM): $659.2 million
  • Net Income (TTM): $-31.4 million
  • Market Cap: $818.8 million
  • 1-Year Trailing Total Return: -47.76%
  • Exchange: NASDAQ

Stratasys, one of the first 3D printers was built by the company’s creator, and further development is being made. The company offers technology solutions for a number of industries, including consumer goods, healthcare, and aerospace, but it doesn’t stop there [2].The business offers technologies for mass production that can be utilised in digital manufacturing[3]in addition to its line of desktop 3D printers.The business was founded in 1989 and has offices in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, and Rehovot, Israel.

3D Systems Corp. (DDD)

  • Revenue (TTM): $556.2 million
  • Net Income (TTM): -$103.4 million
  • Market Cap: $1.2 billion
  • 1-Year Trailing Total Return: -15.27%
  • Exchange: New York Stock Exchange

With the creation and patent of its stereolithography process, which uses ultraviolet lasers to make incredibly exact components, 3D Systems was the first to find 3D printing in 1989. They created novel methods such as selective laser sintering, multi-jet printing, film-transfer imaging, colour jet printing, direct metal printing, and plastic jet printing to progress the field even further. The three primary business units that make up 3D Systems are Products, Materials, and Services.

They provide a variety of 3D printers and software under the Products category, including small desktop and business printers that can print in different materials including plastics and others.

Proto Labs Inc.(PRLB)

  • Revenue (TTM): $496.4 million
  • Net Income (TTM): $23.5 million
  • Market Cap: $722.1 million
  • 1-Year Trailing Total Return: -47.65%
  • Exchange: New York Stock Exchange

Proto Labs was established in 1999 with the goal of providing automated methods for fabricating metal and plastic components for use in industrial operations. The business expanded to offer a 3D printing service of industrial calibre, allowing designers and engineers to move prototypes into the manufacturing stage. The main commercial services offered by the company are 3D printing, sheet metal fabrication, and injection moulding.

Total annual revenue: $245.2 million
Total TTM Net Income: $8 million
Capitalization: $562.3 million
Total Return from the Previous Year: -57.18%
Exchange: Materialise, a 30-year provider of 3D printing technologies and related software, is situated in Belgium and is listed on the NASDAQ.

It provides a platform to aid in the creation of 3D printing applications with an emphasis on sectors including healthcare, automotive, aerospace, the arts, and design. Initial 3D printing projects for the company included both structural models for dental care and hearing aid items. Innovations for eyeglasses and automotive items are also created by Materialise.

Desktop Metal Inc. (DM)

A business that specialises in creating and producing 3D printing systems is called Desktop Metal Inc. (DM). The company, which was founded in 2015, works in a number of sectors, including the automotive, consumer goods, machine design, and production tools. It combines these systems with technology, materials, and applications that are performance-driven, providing consumers with speed and dependability for their 3D printing requirements.

the most recent information available as of:
– $205.1 million in total revenue (TTM).
– Total TTM Net Loss: $499.2 million
Market capitalization: $495.4 million
-71% for the 1-year total return.
– New York Stock Exchange

The corporate offices of Desktop Metal are in Burlington, Massachusetts.

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