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3d systems corp (DDD) Snapshot

Open
$47.45
Previous Close
$47.15
Day High
$47.50
Day Low
$46.11
52 Week High
01/3/14 - $97.28
52 Week Low
04/29/14 - $43.35
Market Cap
5.1B
Average Volume 10 Days
2.6M
EPS TTM
$0.40
Shares Outstanding
109.9M
EX-Date
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P/E TM
116.2x
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Current Stock Chart for 3D SYSTEMS CORP (DDD)

3d systems corp (DDD) Details

3D Systems Corporation, through its subsidiaries, operates as a provider of 3D printing centric design-to-manufacturing solutions in the United States, Germany, the Asia-Pacific, and other European countries. Its 3D printers convert data input from computer aided design generated software format or 3D scanning and sculpting devices to printed parts. The company offers stereolithography, selective laser sintering, direct metal sintering, multi-jet modeling, color jet printing, and film transfer imaging printers, as well as plastic jet printing products. It also blends, markets, sells, and distributes proprietary, consumable, engineered plastic, nylon, and metal materials and composites for the use in printers under Accura, DuraForm, CastForm, LaserForm, and VisiJet brand names. In addition, the company provides Geomagic software packages and design tools for reverse engineering, inspection, and haptic design packages; Cubify Invent and Cubify Design CAD software solutions; and 3D scanner products. Further, it offers pre-sale and post-sale services comprising applications development and custom engineered production solutions; and installation, warranty, and maintenance services, as well as proprietary software printer drivers. The company primarily serves manufacturers of automotive, aerospace, computer, electronic, defense, education, consumer, energy, and healthcare products, as well as original equipment manufacturers, government agencies, universities, independent service bureaus, and individual consumers. The company sells its products and services through its direct sales organization, sales agents, resellers, and distributors. 3D Systems Corporation was founded in 1986 and is headquartered in Rock Hill, South Carolina.

1,388 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/28/14
Founded in 1986

3d systems corp (DDD) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President, Executive...
Total Annual Compensation: $792.0K
Founder, Chief Technology Officer, Executive ...
Total Annual Compensation: $341.0K
Chief Financial Officer, Principal Accounting...
Total Annual Compensation: $389.3K
Chief Impact Officer, Senior Vice President a...
Total Annual Compensation: $327.0K
Chief Marketing Officer and Vice President
Total Annual Compensation: $257.3K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

3d systems corp (DDD) Key Developments

3D Systems Corporation Introduces New Simbionix Robotics Training Platform

3D Systems Corporation announced the addition of the Simbionix RobotiX Mentor(TM), a new robotic surgery skills and procedural training simulator, which is being shown for the first time at the ERUS exhibition in Amsterdam, The Netherlands from September 17 to 19. Robotic-assisted minimally invasive surgery represents a growing portion of overall surgical volume, and the increased demand means the needs for training for robotic surgery has increased, and it is expected that this trend will continue in the coming years. The RobotiX Mentor cross-specialty robotic surgery training system meets these needs with its advanced simulator platform with realistic training modules. Basic skills and suturing modules provide the opportunity for surgeons of all levels of expertise to efficiently train on the required robotic skills and are the basis of the simulator curriculum. The RobotiX Mentor is the only robotic training simulator that offers a truly interactive environment that enables surgeons and residents to experience partial and entire robotic clinical procedures. Basic skills and suturing modules provide the opportunity for surgeons of all levels of expertise to efficiently train on the required robotic skills and are the basis of the simulator curriculum. The RobotiX Mentor is the only robotic training simulator that offers a truly interactive environment that enables surgeons and residents to experience partial and entire robotic clinical procedures. The simulator is integrated into 3DS' online curricula management system, MentorLearn(TM), to help programs incorporate the simulator and unique procedure modules into the robotic curriculum. The MentorLearn system provides technical skills reporting and assessment and customization of curriculum, benchmarks and scores. Studies suggest that training within a proficiency-based virtual reality curriculum may reduce errors during real surgical procedures, making the patient the ultimate benefactor. In addition, 3DS plans to incorporate its Bespoke Modeling(TM), cloud-based, easy-to-use, affordable 3D modeling service, into its Simbionix simulators. When used in conjunction with Simbionix technology, Bespoke Modeling gives medical professionals the power to communicate more effectively and improve medical learning and training. Bespoke Modeling makes it easy to view patient-specific 3D data, bookmark views, add annotations, explore specific anatomical structures and then produce full color 3D models, print on-site or through 3DS' cloud printing services.

3D Systems Corporation Introduces New Simbionix Virtual Reality Surgical Simulation Training Module

3D Systems Corporation announced the addition of a new Simbionix ultrasound training module for the practice of transvaginal ultrasound exams (GYN TVS) at the International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISUOG) exhibition in Barcelona, Spain. Transvaginal ultrasound is a commonly used exam in many Obstetrics and Gynecology practices, and as such, the ability to both perform and interpret ultrasounds has always been an important part of the curriculum in clinical training programs. Unlike ultrasound exams that are performed externally, practicing pelvic ultrasound poses more of a challenge to both learners and educators. The company also plans to add its Bespoke Modeling, a cloud-based, easy-to-use, affordable service that allows medical professionals to quickly create, view, share and 3D print full-color 3D anatomical models directly from DICOM data. When used with Simbionix simulators, Bespoke Modeling gives medical professionals the power to diagnose and communicate more effectively, simplify medical imaging and improve medical learning and training. Bespoke Modeling makes it easy to view patient-specific 3D data, bookmark views, add annotations, explore specific anatomical structures and then order color 3D cloud-printed models or print on-site. The U/S Mentor simulator provides a true-to-life training environment in which physicians and sonographers of different experience levels may practice ultrasound procedures. The new GYN TVS training module was developed based on the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) standards and guidelines for the accreditation of ultrasound practices. Training is performed on a dedicated mannequin combined with simulated anatomies and pathologies. Virtual patient cases include normal anatomical variations, early IUP, ectopic pregnancy, fibroids, ovarian malignancies, hydrosalpynx and more. The comprehensive training incorporates didactics, real time guidance and captured metrics for objective assessment. Pelvic ultrasound simulation training using the U/S Mentor simulator provides a safe and low stress environment in comparison with the traditional method of training on live patients.

3D Systems Partners with Vortex VR Inc. to Develop VRTX I

3D Systems announced that it has partnered with Vortex VR Inc. to develop the VRTX I, Vortex VR's new virtual reality mobile phone case and head mounted display, or HMD, device. The VRTX I provides stunning, high-definition VR immersion without wires and is tailor-made for the new LG G3 Quad HD smartphone. 3DS designers contributed advanced manufacturing and materials expertise in designing the VRTX I to be lightweight, highly functional and durable. The HMD devices were then 3D printed using 3DS' advanced Selective Laser Sintering technology. By relying on 3D printing, the VRTX I team was able to complete the entire design-to-manufacturing process in less than 30 days, without the need for lead-times and costly tooling.

 

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