This Brexit volatility is just normal run-of-the-mill movement for VJET - nothing too disastrous.
We VJET'ers have all been here before.
Can't go wrong at these prices.
Wow! prints as big as a VW Golf...
Quote from etmm article:
The new, large-scale 3D printing system will be operating at Voxeljet’s Michigan location, and effectively showcases the German company’s growing importance in the US additive manufacturing market.
According to the company, the system offers a build space of 4,000 x 2,000 x 1,000 mm, or roughly the size of a Volkswagen Golf. “The market for cast parts in the US has always been focussing on size," David Tait, managing director of Voxeljet America, said. "With the VX4000, we not only produce the largest sand moulds in the world, but can also combine these with smaller mould components. The resulting flexibility provides rapid delivery times and cost-efficient production.”
Unlike smaller 3D printers, which lower the building platform with each new layer, the VX4000 uses a coater to deposit new layers and incrementally raises its print head, allowing the machine to support heavy loads. The coater deposits raw silica sand as particulate material, which is then combined with a phenolic resin binder applied by the print head. The print head itself is wide enough to print a complete layer in two passes.
"This article has been removed due to a material error of fact." LMAO
We don't know what's going on between Propshop / VJET. There might well be bad blood considering how short lived their "partnership" was. In other words, we don't know who will be supplying Propshop with future machines/materials.
The whole thing was just a StarWars fanboy fantasy in his head.
Can you imagine 2,600 followers listening to that idiot?
and gets it all totally wrong... unbelievable.
"Voxeljet: Could A Star Wars 3D Printing Party Be The Start Of A Share Comeback?"
"The new Star Wars Collection is important to Voxeljet for several reasons:
• Shows value in the acquisition made of Propshop
• Establishes Voxeljet as a leader in 3D printing for movie props"
When I saw the title I thought this was talking about Nick - LMAO!!!
But it's true - I don't think any of us know #$%$ is going on...
Ha ha, lol... No, I think that's wishful thinking on your part. That little spike was nothing... it was just 2 or 3 thousand shares in the last few seconds of trading. Up until then, the intraday high was stuck at $5.50 and it wasn't budging from there. I sold all my VJET last month at $6.24 (taking a 30 cent loss) and reloaded half my original position today at $5.50 bringing my new avg. price way down to $5.50 + 30 cents. I think we might see low $5's tomorrow... possibly high $4's in a few days if nothing exciting happens.
Well, whatever it was - it was short-lived. I just sold 2/3rds of my VJET at $6.22 avg. I'll reload in the low $5's to bring my avg. down to somewhere near $5.50. In the meantime, I've got a feeling that the whole market is about to seriously tank. Just a feeling.
FRIEDBERG, Germany--(BUSINESS WIRE)--voxeljet AG (NYSE: VJET) (the “Company”, or “voxeljet”), a leading provider of high-speed, large-format 3D printers and on-demand parts services to industrial and commercial customers, today announced consolidated financial results for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2015.
Total revenues for the full year increased 48.9% to kEUR 24,064 from kEUR 16,163
Total revenues for the fourth quarter increased 19.4% to kEUR 8,281 from kEUR 6,938
Systems revenues for the fourth quarter increased 15.4% to kEUR 4,902 from kEUR 4,247
Services revenues for the fourth quarter increased 25.6% to kEUR 3,379 from kEUR 2,691
Successfully completed the previously announced repositioning of voxeljet UK
Established two new subsidiaries in China and India
Ended the year with approximately kEUR 34,000 of liquidity
First quarter ended March 31, 2016 revenue guidance of between kEUR 5,000 and kEUR 5,500
Reaffirm full year 2016 guidance
Dr. Ingo Ederer, Chief Executive Officer of voxeljet, commented, “We continue to make significant progress with our growth initiatives and are very excited to have grown our business by approximately 50% compared to the prior year. We successfully completed the previously announced repositioning of voxeljet UK to focus its future activities solely on selling high-speed, large format 3D printers and on-demand parts services to industrial and commercial customers, which should improve profitability. In addition, our newly established operations in China and India coupled with our strong balance sheet will help to secure our future growth plans. We reaffirm our full year 2016 guidance.
Only 1300 shares AH - more likely somebody just fooling around.