Printing company 3 D Systems Corp. plans to acquire software maker Cimatron Ltd. for $97 million, the companies announced Monday. Cimatron, based in Israel, makes software used for three-dimensional drafting and modeling, including for molds and other tools. 3 D will pay $8.97 for each share of Cimatron, a premium of 48 percent over its Friday closing price of...» Read More
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