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Stratasys Ltd. (SSYS)

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14.60+0.19 (+1.32%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
14.70 +0.10 (+0.68%)
After hours: 05:25PM EDT
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  • b
    brian
    When SSYS going to merge with nndm ?
  • L
    Lydia
    MASSIVE order are coming in at the close, huge volume. Large institutions on the move again🤑🚀
  • W
    Wall St.
    $NNDM conversation
    Srern on CC said that NNDM moves with companies in the industry.
    However,
    $DM went from $2 to $3.50
    $NNDM went from $3.50 to $2.67

    Stern is not up front. He is hiding something. So I think..
    After NNDM invested in $SSYS. NNDM stock started downward move.
    CATHY WOOD< started selling...
    Bearish
  • A
    AJ
    Stratasys Non-GAAP EPS of $0.02 beats by $0.03, revenue of $166.6M beats by $0.28M, cuts FY22 revenue guidance
  • A
    Av8r
    This will be back up.
  • J
    James
    Nice little acquisition announced this morning should get investor's attention. Not that it means much but premarket trading looks good.
  • I
    INOIT2OK
    We go green
    We climb up to Earnings
    We jump over 10% on them

    Inoit
  • A
    Arxaquila
    The focus on whether NNDM has enough cash to acquire SSYS is misguided. The question investors should be asking is whether the combination of SSYS + NNDM offers greater potential value than the combined value of either company alone. NNDM has at least 22 patents in the area of 3D printing hardware, materials and systems. That's a valuable portfolio of IP that isn't priced into the current share price and could potentially be unlocked by acquiring SSYS. Likewise, SSYS is in a competitive environment with several other large 3D companies, e.g. DDD, and is probably hearing from their customers a whole list of enhancements that they would like to see in the equipment they are buying from SSYS. So, really, job 1 for NNDM is convincing just enough major shareholders that the "merger" makes economic sense. Among those major shareholders is Cathy Wood so right there between the shares NNDM currently has and those in ARK portfolios the convincing threshold is remarkably lowered.
  • J
    JeffreyT
    Rights plan intriguing. I’d have been satisfied with a buy out.
  • W
    Wall St.
    $NNDM conversation
    it is bewildering why $NNDM would invest 12% in $SSYS.. Stratesis implimented temorary poison pill for a year time. NNDM invested circa $100,000,000. They could have bought shares back with that amount, in addition to authoraised purchase. Buy back woud have done more good , price appriciation wise, than investing in SSYS.
    I am sure NNDM has some kind of strategy by doing it. I wouod have love to know what it is. Hopefully it will be revealed during conference call.
    I am bulish nonetheless.
  • A
    Av8r
    This will be trading at $25+ very soon. JMO
  • I
    INOIT2OK
    Math is simple

    Earnings will take us to over $23 or back in $17's

    We usually go south after Earnings
  • W
    Wall St.
    $NNDM conversation
    I conjecture, investment in $SSYS spooked invesors. I was One of them.
    $NNDM lost momentum. Let's see what they will say on the earnings call.
    $DM has doubled. In last month. NNDM is not doing much. Curious, if they are negotiating to acquire Stratesis.
  • E
    Ed
    Remember musk bought 15% of twitter then went for the whole company. So they have 66 million shares out and the company is worth 1.26 billion guess who has 1.3 billion sitting there? Their revenue is 636 million they actually could buy them for a stock and cash deal. After the market crash it dropped from 1.9 billion. If you ever watched Yaov's video's this is what he's been talking about his methodology. Was to wait wait wait for the crash. And now we have a crash. And we have a huge revenue producing company. SMART VERY SMART ssys was 1.9 billion and now it 1.26 billion valuation.
    Bullish
  • R
    Russ
    Meh. 12% ownership is not transformational neither for $SSYS nor $NNDM . It’s just plain and simple status quo. No synergies, or trimming R&D expenses, or layoffs, or new products to sell, etc. Back to the drawing board to buy something cheap in this recession.
  • A
    Av8r
    Hope you all realize SSYS hit an inflection. Next weeks earnings should be stellar.
  • k
    kathleen
    Italian service provider 3DnA SRL has expanded its use of Stratasys Fused Deposition Modelling technology with the adoption of its F900 platform.

    The company has been utilising the Fortus 450mc system for prototyping and end-use components but has sought to acquire the larger platform to serve the transport sectors with larger components, including large-scale tooling.

    Described by the company as an ‘indispensable workhorse’, the Fortus 450mc platform enabled 3DnA to deliver 3D printed parts for aircraft cabins, luxury car interiors and surgery theatres, but with the integration of the F900 machine the company has looked to grow its market opportunities. Already, it has secured new business with a rail customer to produce a range of customised tools for maintenance works on train carriages, while discussions have begun with drone manufacturers to leverage the 914 x 610 x 914 mm build platform and range of high-performance polymers. This machine will be backed up by in-house design for additive manufacturing expertise, simulation capabilities and a leading Manufacturing Execution System that is said to deliver ‘smart factory connectivity.’

    Commenting on the investment in the Stratasys F900, 3DnA General Director Alessandro Manzo said: “We see great application opportunities where the requirements for low-volume production and customisation make additive manufacturing compelling. We have already produced working prototypes for trains and drones, but to date we’ve unfortunately been unable to service customer requests for large-scale tooling and production parts. The F900 opens those doors again, enabling us to cost-effectively create customised parts up to a metre long, while accessing an increased range of high-performance materials.”

    “The COVID-19 pandemic illustrates how manufacturers can benefit from the agility provided by additive manufacturing,” added Giuseppe Cilia, Italy Sales Manager at Stratasys. “The installation of the F900 exemplifies the strong appetite we’re seeing from manufacturers and service bureaus, such as 3DnA, who are seeking to invest in industrial-level 3D printing technology that can expand production capabilities, deliver much needed efficiencies, and help drive increased profitability.”
    Bullish
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