MTLS

Materialise NV American Depositary Shares Nasdaq Global Select
$24.2
Open: $23.8 High: $25.12 Low: $23.38 Close: $24.19
Range: 2021-06-23 - 2021-06-24
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MTLS
Materialise NV American Depositary Shares Technologielaan 15 Leuven , 3001 http://www.materialise.com
Materialise NV is a provider of 3D printing services. The products and services of the group are organized in the three segments Medical, Software and Manufacturing.
  • CEO: Wilfried Vancraen
  • Employees: 1,862
  • Sector: Technology
  • Industry: Application Software
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  • Why Materialise Stock Crashed 17% Today

    Shares of Materialise NV (NASDAQ: MTLS) crashed 17.1% as of 11:20 a.m. EDT today, after the Belgian maker of software for 3D printers announced that it will be raising cash by selling at least 4 million American depositary shares (ADS), and perhaps as many as 4.6 million, at the price of $24 each. Each Materialise ADS represents one single share of domestic common stock in Belgium, so the valuation on this one is pretty easy: 1-to-1.

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  • Materialise Announces Pricing of Public Offering of 4.0 Million American Depositary Shares (ADSs)

    Leuven, Belgium, June 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Materialise NV (“Materialise”) (NASDAQ: MTLS), a leading provider of additive manufacturing and medical software and of sophisticated 3D printing services, announced today the pricing of its registered underwritten public offering of 4.0 million ADSs at a public offering price of US$24.00 per ADS. Each ADS will represent one ordinary share with no nominal value per share. Materialise’s ADSs are currently listed on the Nasdaq Global Select Market

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  • Materialise Announces Proposed Public Offering of 4.0 Million American Depositary Shares (ADSs)

    Materialise NV ("Materialise") (NASDAQ: MTLS), a leading provider of additive manufacturing and medical software and of sophisticated 3D printing services, announced today that it intends to commence a registered underwritten public offering of 4.0 million ADSs. Each ADS will represent one ordinary share with no nominal value per share. Materialise intends to grant the underwriters a 30-day option to purchase up to an additional 600,000 ADSs. All of the ADSs in the proposed offering are to be so

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  • Materialise NV (MTLS) Q1 2021 Earnings Call Transcript

    Thank you for joining us today for Materialise's quarterly conference call. With us are Fried Vancraen, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Materialise; Peter Leys, Executive Chairman; and Johan Albrecht, Chief Financial Officer. Today's call and webcast are being accompanied by a slide presentation that reviews Materialise's strategic, financial and operational performance for the first quarter of 2021.

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  • Materialise (MTLS) Reports Q1 Loss, Tops Revenue Estimates

    Materialise (MTLS) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -300.00% and 4.51%, respectively, for the quarter ended March 2021. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?

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  • Materialise Reports First Quarter 2021 Results

    Materialise Reports First Quarter 2021 Results

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  • Materialise NV to Host Earnings Call

    NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / April 29, 2021 / Materialise NV (NASDAQ:MTLS) will be discussing their earnings results in their 2021 First Quarter Earnings call to be held on April 29, 2021 at 8:30 AM Eastern Time.To listen to the event live or access a replay of the call - visit https://www.

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  • Materialise NV to Report First Quarter 2021 Earnings on Thursday, April 29, 2021

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  • Materialise Acquires Option to Buy Link3D

    Potential Acquisition to Accelerate Roadmap to Offer Cloud-based Access to Integrated Software PlatformLeuven (Belgium), April 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Materialise, a global leader in 3D printing solutions, has acquired an option to buy Link3D Inc., an additive workflow and manufacturing execution systems (MES) company. The acquisition will extend Materialise’s ability to help companies gain control of their manufacturing floor as they scale up their additive manufacturing (AM) capability into volume production. In addition, the acquisition will allow Materialise to accelerate its roadmap to offer cloud-based access to its integrated software platform. It also is expected to broaden Materialise’s industrial customer base across North America, Europe and Asia Pacific, and offer Link3D customers a seamless connection to Materialise’s Magics 3D print suite. “By joining forces with Link3D, we expect to be even better positioned to provide our customers with a solution to plan, manage and optimize their AM operations”, said Fried Vancraen, CEO of Materialise. “This agreement exploits the synergy between the two companies and will help us to remove some of the complexity associated with scaling 3D printing as part of a connected, industrial manufacturing process.” Link3D offers additive MES workflow software to help companies scale their digital manufacturing operations across complex supply chains and IT environments. Its MES and workflow solutions help bolster overall adoption of AM for series production in major manufacturing industries, including aerospace, automotive, consumer, medical and energy. Streamlining Additive Manufacturing Workflows 3D printing continues to transform the factory floor as companies increasingly turn to 3D printing for large-scale production. However, as these companies scale their 3D printing processes and integrate these operations with existing production infrastructures, they are confronted with increasingly diverse, complex and distributed manufacturing environments. Materialise and Link3D each offer MES-solutions that help these organizations gain control over their manufacturing floor. The synergy between the two companies will allow Materialise to help customers scale their AM capability across complex supply chains with greater operational excellence. “At Link3D, it has always been our mission to help companies unlock the full potential of AM into their existing supply chains”, Link3D CEO Shane Fox said. “By teaming up with Materialise, a global pioneer of the 3D printing industry, we expect to be able to offer our combined user base access to a robust and comprehensive manufacturing suite of solutions, enabling them to take Additive Manufacturing to the next level", Link3D Co-Founder and CTO Vishal Singh said. Software Platform Strategy The potential acquisition is also expected to accelerate Materialise’s platform strategy to offer companies cloud-based access to its unified software platform. While some companies had already begun their digitization journey before the pandemic hit, COVID-19 has accelerated this process and emphasized the benefits of pursuing digital transformation opportunities. Materialise has outlined an ambitious roadmap to evolve its entire software suite to a SaaS model, offering its customers cloud-based access to a complete platform of software tools to manage and control the 3D printing process more efficiently. This cloud-based software platform will provide customers across multiple industries, from aerospace and automotive to point-of-care 3D printing, seamless and efficient access to Materialise’s complete and integrated 3D printing software suite. This platform will also allow customers to benefit from the latest software innovations and enable them to scale their operations based on their current needs. “Materialise and Link3D share a commitment to support companies as they build cost-efficient and productive 3D printing factories”, said Stefaan Motte, VP and General Manager of Materialise Software. “We expect that joining forces with Link3D’s talented team will help us to advance our roadmap to offer customers more flexible and reliable access to a cloud-based, unified software platform.” Materialise has recently announced several cloud-based software solutions, including Magics Storefont, a full e-commerce and CRM solution in one platform; and the Process Tuner, an intuitive online platform that helps speed up the process tuning that is required for mass-manufacturing 3D printed parts. Link3D provides a suite of mission-critical applications for customers in the aerospace, automotive, medical and other competitive and highly regulated industries. These customers are expected to benefit from seamless access to Materialise’s Magics 3D print suite for AM part preparation, automation and production optimization, but also broad 3D printer connectivity and automated workflows. Link3D will continue to be managed by its existing management team. Materialise expects to exercise the option before the end of the year. Photos are available at www.materialise.com/en/press-center About Materialise Materialise incorporates three decades of 3D printing experience into a range of software solutions and 3D printing services, which together form the backbone of the 3D printing industry. Materialise’s open and flexible solutions enable players in a wide variety of industries, including healthcare, automotive, aerospace, art and design, and consumer goods, to build innovative 3D printing applications that aim to make the world a better and healthier place. Headquartered in Belgium, with branches worldwide, Materialise combines the largest group of software developers in the industry with one of the largest 3D printing facilities in the world. For additional information, please visit: www.materialise.com. About Link3D Link3D, a global leader in additive workflow and manufacturing execution systems (MES), offers SaaS-based solutions to help organizations scale and optimize their additive manufacturing ecosystems. Link3D solutions connect with complex supply chains and IT environments to provide actionable analytics and greater visibility into the production process – ultimately helping achieve improved productivity, asset utilization, and quality outcomes. To learn more about Link3D, please visit: www.link3d.co Cautionary Statement on Forward-Looking Statements Some of the statements in this press release are “forward-looking” and are made pursuant to the safe harbor provision of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These forward-looking statements include statements relating to, among other things, the expected timing of the exercise of Materialise's option to acquire Link3D and the closing of the acquisition; the ability of the parties to complete the acquisition considering the various closing conditions; the expected benefits of the acquisition; and statements about Materialise's and Link3d’s products, customers and markets. These forward-looking statements are based upon the expectations of management under current assumptions at the time of this press release. Materialise cautions you that forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that are in some cases beyond Materialise’s control that may cause Materialise’s actual results to differ materially from its expectations. Materialise is providing this information as of the date of this press release and does not undertake any obligation to update any forward-looking statements contained in this press release as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, unless Materialise has obligations under the federal securities laws to update and disclose material developments related to previously disclosed information. CONTACT: Kristof Sehmke Materialise +32477702260 kristof.sehmke@materialise.be

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  • Materialise NV (MTLS) Q4 2020 Earnings Call Transcript

    Thank you for joining us today for Materialise's quarterly conference call. With us on the call are Fried Vancraen, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Materialise; Peter Leys, Executive Chairman; and Johan Albrecht, Chief Financial Officer.

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  • Materialise Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2020 Results

    Materialise NV (NASDAQ:MTLS), a leading provider of additive manufacturing and medical software and of sophisticated 3D printing services, today announced its financial results for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2020.

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  • Materialise NV to Report Fourth Quarter 2020 Earnings on Tuesday, March 9, 2021

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  • 3 Reinvigorated 3D Printing Stocks to Buy for Q1

    Remember 3D printing stocks? Back in 2013, they were all the rage on Wall Street … for a few months. But the “factory in every home” dream was short-circuited by the reality that 3D printing is a complex, costly, laborious and time-consuming process. Most consumers and businesses felt the limitations of 3D printing were too numerous to overlook. The industry soon abandoned its dreams of printing a pizza dinner, leaving 3D printing stocks to fend off the bears. Until 2021.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips Shares of industry leader 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) doubled overnight this week after the company reported much better-than-expected fourth-quarter numbers. Long story short, analysts were looking for revenues to fall 15% year-over-year in Q4, and for profits to fall about 20%. Instead, revenues are going to come in up 5% year-over-year, while adjusted profits are expected to more than double, and maybe even triple. That’s a huge delta. It can be explained by the fact that the once-overhyped, now-depressed 3D printing industry is finally ready to break out. Old 3D printers were slow, expensive and niche, since they could only print in plastic. But these machines have made huge advancements in terms of cost, speed and ability since 2013. It’s to the point where 3D printers are now capable of quickly (and cost-effectively) mass-producing metal end-use parts on the factory floor. That’s huge. That means 3D printers can now be integrated into assembly lines — and that’s exactly what will happen, since these printers offer certain automation and customization advantages over legacy manufacturing process for creating specialty parts. In other words, the long overdue 3D Printing Revolution has finally arrived. And it’s going to be everything that 2013 hoped it would be. The “additive manufacturing” market (which is just a fancy term for 3D printing) is expected to grow by more than 1,000% — from $12 billion today to nearly $150 billion by 2030! Sign Up Here to Keep Up With Luke’s Hypergrowth Stock Picks To get a foothold in this hypergrowth megatrend, you have to know the right players. Here are my favorite 3D printing stocks to buy to play this emerging megatrend: Desktop Metal (NYSE:DM) Protolabs (NYSE:PRLB) Materialise (NASDAQ:MTLS) 3D Printing Stocks to Buy: Desktop Metal (DM) First on this list of 3D printing stocks to buy is Desktop Metal. Desktop Metal makes advanced metal additive manufacturing machines for use across manufacturing supply chains, from rapid prototyping to mass-scale, factory-floor production. For various reasons, DM stock represents the market’s best pure-play on the 3D printing rebirth. For starters, the company has the right roots. Desktop Metal was founded in late 2015 by a bunch of genius MIT professors and well-respected 3D industry veterans, meaning it’s the brain-child of some of the most capable people in this space. Kleiner Perkins — the venture capital firm that backed Amazon and Google in their early days — is also one of Desktop Metal’s earliest and largest investors. Thanks to this confluence of unrivaled talent, Desktop Metal has created and patented a breakthrough technological process in industrial AM called “single pass jetting.” The nuts and bolts here are complex (at a high level, AM machines build objects layer-by-layer, and while most printers have to go over a single layer multiple time before it’s finished, Desktop’s printers only have to do a “single pass”). But the result is simple: Desktop Metal’s printers are the fastest in the industry. By a long shot. Faster means lower costs, because one Desktop printer can print as many end-use products in one day as three or four traditional 3D printers. In addition to all of that, Desktop Metal has secured a global distribution network over 80 partners across 60 countries, and created a SaaS offering to complement its printers (thereby setting up a highly profitable, recurring software business model on top of its hardware AM business). Talented team. Experienced backers. Breakthrough technology. Strong economics. Global distribution. Compelling business model. From head to toe, Desktop Metal is the best-in-breed player in a 3D printing market that’s set to soar by more than 1,000% over the next decade. That’s a winning recipe for huge gains ahead for DM stock. Protolabs (PRLB) Next on this list of 3D printing stocks to buy we have Protolabs. Protolabs is what you would call a “digital manufacturer.” Most companies outsource manufacturing. About 84% of organizations outsource at least some part of their manufacturing process. Traditionally, such outsourcing went to legacy manufacturers, or companies with big, mechanical factories. Protolabs is a fresh twist on that tried-and-true market, providing a modernized service built on automation technologies which dramatically accelerates, cheapens and improves the process. On the acceleration front, everything is automated: Project proposals; Quotes; Editing of designs; Even the actual manufacturing of the product. In a traditional model, those steps would take weeks to complete. But Protolabs automates all those steps with fast-firing software, yielding customers firm quotes in minutes. It even ships parts as soon as the same day after the receipt of a design submission. Meanwhile, on the cheap front, most of the labor is removed. Legacy models were powered by teams of engineers and factory floor workers, all of whom carry a cost. But the Protolabs model is powered by software, which carries a much, much lower cost than physical labor. By removing most human labor from the manufacturing process, Protolabs is pioneering a new digital manufacturing model that is significantly cheaper. Lastly, on the “improving the process” front, Protolabs removes human error. Regardless of where you lie on the human versus machines debate, it’s pretty inarguable that a well-designed machine is far less error-prone than even the best of human workers. That’s why Protolabs has a 97% on-time delivery rate with predictable lead times and consistent finished product quality. Of course, that’s big, because speed-to-market and quality-of-product are increasingly important in today’s hypercompetitive global markets. Big picture: Protolabs is on the cutting edge of defining a new era of digital manufacturing that, simply put, is much better than the way we currently make things. 3 Hydrogen Stocks to Buy Following the Georgia Senate Runoff That’s a winning recipe which broadly implies huge gains ahead for PRLB stock. 3D Printing Stocks: Materialise (MTLS) Last, but not least, on this list of 3D printing stocks to buy we have Materialise. Materialise is a decades-old AM company which splits evenly into two parts: software and services. On the services side, Materialise operates multiple 3D printing sites across Europe – which together host about 150 3D printers – and uses those large manufacturing sites to create 3D end-use parts and prototypes for various industries, like healthcare, automotive, aerospace, art & design, and consumer goods. Cool business. But also immersed in a very competitive market. That’s why when it comes to MTLS stock, I’m much more excited about the software business. Materialise has constructed a portfolio of proprietary AM software platforms which are increasingly turning into the backbone of the 3D printing industry. These software platforms enable multiple mission-critical and value-additive processes across the AM supply chain. For example, the company’s Magics software converts computer-aided design (CAD) formats – which are the genesis of most all 3D designs – into standard tessellation language (STL) files that can be read by 3D printers. It’s what allows 3D printing to turn a design into a finished product. Another one of the company’s platforms, Streamics, is a central logistics and control system which links together all of the 3D printer systems in a network and enables coordinated, seamless workflow between them. It’s basically the “brain” of an AM network. Meanwhile, yet another one of the company’s platforms, Mimics, allows medical professionals to convert medical imaging data into a 3D model – and also in the medical field, Materialise’s ProPlan CMF enables surgeons to pre-operatively plan their surgeries in 3D based on CT or MRI images. Across the board, Materialise’s software platforms are emerging as the mission-critical backbone of various 3D printing processes. And, to that end, MTLS stock is a high-quality, explosive and competitively-shielded tech play on the 3D printing rebirth. On the date of publication, Luke Lango did not have (either directly or indirectly) any positions in the securities mentioned in this article. The New Daily 10X Stock Report: Dozens of triple-digit winners, peak gains as high as 926%… 1,326%… and 1,392%. InvestorPlace’s bold new initiative delivers one breakthrough stock recommendation every trading day, targeting gains of 5X… 10X… even 15X and beyond. Now, for a limited time, you can get in for just $19. Click here to find out how. In addition, you can sign up for Luke’s free Hypergrowth Investing newsletter. Click here to sign up now. More From InvestorPlace Why Everyone Is Investing in 5G All WRONG Top Stock Picker Reveals His Next 1,000% Winner Radical New Battery Could Dismantle Oil Markets The post 3 Reinvigorated 3D Printing Stocks to Buy for Q1 appeared first on InvestorPlace.

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