New 3-D Printing Company Going Public

New 3-D Printing Company Going Public

According to TCT Magazine, Voxelijet is going public for $100 million on the NYSE, under the ticker symbol VJET. The company is one of Europe's largest service centers for printed molds and models for metal castings. In this video, Motley Fool industrials analyst Blake Bos takes a close look at the company and its revenue compared with some of the bigger players in the 3-D printing space. He also discusses what he thinks of the company's decision to go public, and whether he sees the new stock as expensive at this valuation.

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