Nov 20- Short-seller Citron Research questioned voxeljet AG's quarterly results, saying the Germany- based 3 D printer maker provided loans to customers to generate sales and avoid posting a loss in its first results as a public company. Voxeljet makes large 3 D printers for prototyping and counts Daimler AG, Ford Motor Co and 3 M Co as customers.» Read More
Oct 17- Shares of Voxeljet AG, a German maker of commercial 3 D printers that created Aston Martin copies for a James Bond film, doubled in their market debut as investors sought shares in an industry out to change the way products are designed and made.
Oct 17- Shares of voxeljet AG, a Germany- based maker of commercial 3 D printers, doubled in their market debut on Friday. Voxeljet raised $72.8 million after selling 5.6 million American Depositary Shares at $13 each, the low end of the pricing range.
Aug 13- ExOne Co, which makes 3- D printers, reported second-quarter sales below analysts' estimates and forecast 2013 revenue at the lower end of its guidance, hurt by a weak Yen. For the second quarter, net loss narrowed to $1.1 million, or 8 cents per share, from $3.6 million.
July 30- 3 D printer maker 3 D Systems Corp reported a 12 percent rise in quarterly profit as revenue from printers and printed parts more than doubled. Net income rose to $9.3 million, or 10 cents per share in the second quarter, from $8.3 million, or 11 cents per share, a year earlier. Revenue jumped 45 percent to $120.8 million.
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