The new Fuse 1 device is a selective laser sintering (SLS) 3D printer, a system used predominantly for its ability to print strong, functional prototypes and end-use parts.
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Stratasys is aiming to use Origin's photopolymer platform and extensive materials ecosystem to expand into the mass production parts segment.
Through a merger with Trine Acquisition Corp, Desktop Metal said it will have post-transaction equity worth up to $2.5 billion.
The 3D printing player plans to use the cash injection to fuel research and development of its 3D printing platform and expand internationally.
The company reported Q1 revenue of $152 million, compared to revenue of $165.9 million a year ago.
Interim CEO Elan Jaglom said the company was encouraged by Stratasys' performance in North America.
Construction IQ is a new set of capabilities within BIM 360 that uses machine learning and AI to analyze quality and safety data of construction projects.
The Ultimaker Cloud is set to launch on March 19.
Autodesk has come up with an additive manufacturing "toolbox" for the construction industry, with robots and 3D printing systems coming together in a portable shipping container.
HP has teamed up with Go 4-D, a player in the medical orthotics industry, to distribute its FitStation platform around North America.