The World’s Largest 3D Printing Companies by Market Cap: Xometry & 3D Systems on Top (2023)

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This is a list of the world’s largest 3D printing companies measured by market capitalisation. Thanks to their resources, these companies dominate the global 3D printing market. The listing is as per the data verified on 1st March 2023.

World’s Largest 3D Printing Companies

The list of the world’s largest 3D printing companies has remained more or less stable and the same set of companies have traded places in the list. The overall market cap and share price of all these companies fallen over the last year with Desktop Metal, Fathom Digital Manufacturing, and Velo3D showing the highest fall of more than 50%.

No.CompanyMarket Cap (Mar ’23)Share PriceMar ’22 Position
1Xometry Inc.$1.38B$30.752
23D Systems$1.30B$9.951
3Stratasys Ltd.$0.87B$13.103
5Nano Dimension$0.75B$2.928
6Velo3D Inc.$0.59B$3.165
7Materialise N.V.$0.51B$8.717
8Desktop Metal Inc.$0.47B$1.506
9Markforged Holding Corp.$0.26B$1.359
10Fathom Digital Manufacturing$0.16 B$1.21
11Shapeways Holdings Inc.$22.36M$0.4510
12Organovo Holding Inc.$21.87M$2.5112
13Voxeljet AG$19.36M$2.3613
14Steakholder Foods$14.51M$0.8411
World’s Largest 3D Printing Companies by Market Cap

Xometry Inc. (NASDAQ: XMTR)

Market Capitalisation: $1.38B

Xometry, which debuted on the stock market a couple of years ago in June 2021, is first on this list of the top 3D printing companies. Xometry is an on-demand manufacturing company that was founded in 2013 as a convenient marketplace for products people to make and use. Xometry digitised manufacturing by starting from 3D printing but expanding to include much of the conventional manufacturing processes as well. Today, it is the world’s biggest on-demand manufacturing platform. To understand Xometry better, think of it as the Airbnb of On-demand manufacturing.

Share Price (March, 2023): $30.75

3D Systems (NASDAQ: DDD)

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Above: 3D Systems Headquarters in Rock Hill, SC/Image Source: 3D Systems

Market Capitalisation: $1.30B

3D Systems, last years’ most valuable and biggest 3D printing company has fallen one place to become the second in this list. But it still remains the biggest pure 3D printing company in the world, with a market capitalization of $1.30 billion. The company sells a variety of items, including 3D printers, printing materials, digital design tools, and more. Manufacturing, 3D scanning, and healthcare are among the industries where the company’s 3D printing services are used.

Share Price (March, 2023): $9.95

Stratasys Ltd. (NASDAQ: SSYS)

Market Capitalisation: $0.87B

Israel-based Stratasys maintains its third spot in the list of world’s largest 3D printing companies as per market capitalisation. It also ranks high among the biggest 3D printer companies across the world. With a market cap of $0.87 billion, the company is undeniably a force to be reckoned with in the global 3D printing market.

Share Price (March, 2023): $13.10

Protolabs (NASDAQ: PRLB)

Additive manufacturing
Above: Protolabs Corporate HQ Maple Plain, US/Image Credit: Protolabs

Market Capitalisation: $0.83B

With a market cap of $0.83 billion Protolabs also maintains its fourth position in the list of largest companies in the global 3D printing market. Specialising in rapid prototyping, the company is known to offer the fastest source for and customised custom prototypes production parts. The company uses three additive processes namely stereolithography, selective laser sintering (SLS), and one of the metal 3D printing technologies such as direct metal laser sintering (DMLS). With more than half a dozen manufacturing locations across three continents, the company is known to produce and assemble custom parts in just one day.

Share Price (March, 2023): $31.48

Nano Dimension (NASDAQ: NNDM)

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Image Credit: Nano Dimension

Market Capitalisation: $0.75B

Israel-based Nano Dimension is the next on the list of the world’s largest 3D printing companies with a market cap of $0.75 billion. The company has registered exponential growth recently and has emerged as a leader in additive electronics and nanotechnology-based ink products. Its products include the award-winning DragonFly Pro 2020 3D printer known to 3D print a variety of functional electronics such as sensors, antennas, moulded connected devices, printed circuit boards, and other devices. By easing the process of manufacturing such complex electronic devices, the DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D printer is transforming the electronic additive manufacturing market and allowing companies to take charge of their entire development cycle.

Share Price (March, 2023): $2.92

Velo3D Inc. (NYSE: VLD)

Velo3D team at the New York Stock Exchange
Above: Velo3D team at the New York Stock Exchange/Image Source: Velo3D

Market Capitalisation: $0.59B

Velo3D is a leading additive manufacturing technology company for mission-critical metal parts. It has quickly rose to prominence due to its proprietary Sapphire® system. Velo3D’s reputation can be gauged by the fact that its AM systems are used by some of the most innovative companies in the world, including SpaceX, Honeywell, Boom Supersonic and more. Velo3D is said to be effective in producing mission-critical parts and that too at fraction of time and cost required by conventional technologies.

Share Price (March, 2023): $3.16

Materialise N.V. ADR (NASDAQ: MTLS)

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Image Source: Materialise

Market Capitalisation: $0.51B

With a market capitalisation of $0.51 billion, Belgium-based Materialise NV comes at number seven this year. The company has more than two decades of 3D printing experience and offers a host of software solutions and 3D printing services to a variety of industries such as automotive, art and design, consumer goods, and healthcare.

The Materialise stock has seen a continuously sharp fall in its market cap since the January of 2021 and is still falling to new lows. Its current share price is $8.71 down from $19 last year same time.

Share Price (March, 2023): $8.71

Desktop Metal Inc. (NYSE: DM)

Market Capitalisation: $0.47B

Desktop Metal became a publicly listed company on December 10, 2020 after going through a SPAC deal. There was much excitement as Desktop Metal went public but for multiple reasons the DM stock has continued to fall. From $4 per share price in March 2022, the stock is at an all-time low of only $1.50 per share.

Share Price (March, 2023): $1.50

Markforged Holding Corp. (NYSE: MKFG)

Markforged Office
Image Source: Markforged

Market Capitalisation: $0.26B

Markforged is an American public additive manufacturing company that debuted on the NYSE in July 2021. It designs, develops, and manufactures The Digital Forge — an industrial platform of 3D printers, software and materials that enables manufacturers to print parts at the point-of-need.

Markforged was valued at $0.26 billion at the time of its debut but has seen a downfall in stock prices like almost every 3D printing company and especially those going public via SPAC deals. One of the reason for the fall in prices is likely due to the SPAC deals going out of favour. The share price of the company is continuously falling and it is currently at $1.35 from $3.9 last year in March 2022.

Share Price (March, 2023): $1.35

Fathom Digital Manufacturing (NASDAQ: FATH)

Fathom Digital Manufacturing
Fathom Manufacturing Facility at Hartland, Wis. Headquarters

Market Capitalisation: $0.16B

Fathom Digital Manufacturing is one of North America’s largest on-demand digital manufacturing platforms, serving the most innovative companies’ comprehensive product development and low- to mid-volume production needs.

Fathom’s deep technical expertise and integrated, software-driven approach provide enterprise-level customers with access to the industry’s most comprehensive capabilities (over 25+ manufacturing processes) and the fastest turnaround times. Fathom seamlessly blends in-house capabilities across plastic and metal additive technologies, CNC machining, injection moulding & tooling, sheet metal fabrication, and design and engineering with over 530 mills, lathes, presses, press brakes, turret punches, and additive systems and a national footprint with nearly 450,000 square feet of manufacturing capacity across 12 facilities.

Share Price (March, 2023): $1.21

Shapeways Holdings Inc. (NYSE: SHPW)

Market Capitalisation: $22.36M

Shapeways is the Dutch-New York counterpart of the Belgian Materialise. It is a digital manufacturing platform offering customers access to high-quality part manufacturing from a wide selection of processes and materials through automation, innovation and digitisation.

It also offer ready-made products from its marketplace like an E-commerce store catering to B2C clients who can place an order and get it delivered to their doorstep.

Share Price (March, 2023): $0.45

Organovo Holding Inc. (NASDAQ: ONVO)

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Image Source: Organovo

Market Capitalisation: $21.87M

San Diego-based Organovo is at the 12th position in the list of the world’s largest 3D printing company with a market cap of $76.65 million. Known to transform the future of regenerative medicine with its 3D bioprinting technology, the company has partnered with several pharmaceuticals, medical centers and develops 3D human tissue models that could be used for different medical purposes such as biological research, predictive preclinical testing of drug compounds, therapeutic implants and even to treat damaged or degenerating tissues and organs.

Share Price (March, 2023): $2.51


Market Capitalisation: $19.36M

The next on this list of the world’s largest 3D printing companies with a market cap of $19.36 million is Voxeljet. A manufacturer of 3D printing systems for industrial applications, Voxeljet is known for its large-format production and a chemical 3D printing process. The company caters to industries that range from automotive, aerospace to architecture and design.

Share Price (March, 2023): $2.36

Steakholder Foods (NASDAQ: STKH)

Market Capitalisation: $14.51M

Steakholder Foods (Formerly MeaTech3D) is also among the biggest 3D printing companies in the world. Steakholder Foods is an Israeli food technology company, that promotes and focuses on developing alternative option to industrialised farming. It does this to circumvent the ethical and environmental issues surrounding conventional animal husbandry by developing an industrial cultured meat production process with integrated 3D printing technology. It aims to develop a customised process to manufacture protein without animal slaughter.

MeaTech was also among the companies that went public in 2021.

Share Price (March, 2023): $0.84

Understanding Market Capitalisation

Market Capitalisation is a measure of the total value of a publicly traded company’s outstanding shares of stock. It is calculated by multiplying the current market price of a single share of stock by the total number of outstanding shares.

Final Thoughts

The list of 14 of the largest and the best 3D printing companies around the world also offer a great representation of the entire 3D printing ecosystem. This list has some of the biggest 3D printer manufacturers, 3D printing service providers, software manufacturers and also one of the top medical/healthcare 3D printing company.

Note: The article is for informational purposes only. Manufactur3D does not offer personalised investment recommendations or views about any particular company or stock of a company

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