Stratasys plans to turn up its sales by acquiring Origin through $100 million deal

December 15, 2020
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Stratasys has struggled with its sales for a while, and the 3D printing community has cast its profile as the opposite of innovation. A lack of focus and being slow to react to new trends, business models, and technologies are some of the reasons behind this. According to its new CEO, the company now focuses on polymers, production, and manufacturing, and he expects the acquisition of Origin's programmable photopolymerization (P3) technology will bring synergy and drive up sales. While Origin's technology and open materials platform could bring many opportunities for Stratasys, it would probably take longer to realize the sales promises, as Origin is still at an early stage, without a broad impact yet.

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