August 8, 1995
3D Systems Corp., a Valencia-based company whose products are used to make three-dimensional models based on computer-generated designs, reported a nearly threefold increase in earnings for the second quarter that ended June 30. The company posted a profit of $1.41 million, compared to a $506,675 profit in the same three-month period a year earlier. The company also reported record quarterly sales of $14.7 million, up 41% from $10.4 million a year earlier.
April 25, 1995
3D Systems Corp., a Valencia producer of computer-based systems that generate models of engineered parts, said it has revised its 1994 earnings to $4.5 million because of fourth-quarter tax accounting changes. The company had earlier reported net income of $3 million for the year ended Dec. 31, compared to earnings of $530,717 a year earlier. The difference between the original and new figures resulted solely from deferred tax assets related to tax-loss carryforwards, according to Gordon L.
February 28, 1995
3D Systems Corp., a Valencia developer of systems that make parts and prototypes, said its earnings in the fourth quarter that ended Dec. 31 were $950,549, down 34% from $1.45 million in the same period the year before. Revenues for the quarter were up 42% to $12.26 million from $8.63 million in the year-earlier period. But earnings for the full year soared to $3.02 million from $530,717 the year before. The surge was on revenue of $43.3 million, up 39% from $31.08 million a year ago.
December 27, 1994 |
In 1992, Logitech Inc., a computer peripherals maker, had a chance to win a big contract from IBM. The computer giant needed to produce a two-button computer mouse in a hurry. IBM gave Logitech a two-week deadline to come up with a working model and a price to mass produce the part. So Logitech turned to an unusual model-making machine it had purchased from 3D Systems Corp. in Valencia.
March 22, 1994
3D Systems Corp., a Valencia maker of machines that combine lasers, chemicals and a computer to rapidly manufacture plastic-like models of industrial parts and other products, reported a fourth quarter profit of $1.5 million on a 41% increase in revenue to $8.6 million. In the same period a year earlier, 3D Systems lost $1.5 million on $6.1 million in revenue. The company attributed the profit turnaround in the three months ended Dec.
March 15, 1994
3D Systems Corp., a Valencia-based maker of machines that combine lasers, chemicals and a computer to rapidly manufacture plastic-like models of industrial parts and other products, reported fourth-quarter and annual profits after year-earlier losses. The company attributed the improved results to its cost management, increased efficiency and a more profitable mix of products sold. In the fourth quarter, 3D earned $1.45 million, in contrast to a loss of $1.5 million a year before.
November 9, 1993
Valencia-based 3D Systems Corp., a maker of computer-imaging systems, posted a profit of $270,305 for its third quarter ended Oct. 1 on record quarterly sales of $8.1 million. The profit contrasts with a net loss of $544,177 in the same period last year on $6.9 million of sales. The company said the latest quarter's net income figure includes a $100,000 charge related to discontinuing its Japanese subsidiary's operations. In place of the unit, 3D said it has appointed INCS Inc.
August 17, 1993
The Valencia maker of imaging systems used by manufacturers to produce products rapidly, 3D Systems Corp., reported a second-quarter loss of $495,562. A year earlier, 3D lost $941,293. Its revenue rose 30%, to $7.23 million from $5.55 million. In the six months ended June 30, 3D lost $1.19 million, in contrast with a loss of $733,083 in the same period in 1992. Its revenue increased 12%, to $14.4 million from $12.9 million. The firm said its second-quarter 1993 results included a gain of $1.
June 22, 1993
3-D Systems Inc. reported a loss of $695,212 for its first quarter ended April 2. 3-D is a Canadian company whose primary unit is 3D Systems Inc., a Valencia maker of machines that combine lasers, chemicals and a computer to rapidly manufacture plastic-like models of industrial parts and other products. In its first quarter a year earlier, 3-D earned $208,210. The quarterly loss came on revenue of $7.16 million, down from $7.33 million a year before.
March 31, 1992
3-D Systems Inc., citing the economic recession, reported a fourth-quarter loss of $2.82 million compared with a year-earlier loss of $2.68 million. 3-D Systems is a Canadian company whose primary unit is Valencia-based 3D Systems, which makes equipment that combines a computer, laser and chemicals to rapidly make prototype models of industrial parts and other products.