MakerBot & Ultimaker merger completed by Stratasys

14th September 2022

Stratasys announced it had closed a merger between subsidiary, MakerBot and Dutch desktop 3D printer brand – Ultimaker.

Already the world-leader in industrial 3D printing, the merger sets the stage for Stratasys and partners to further their supremacy in the world of desktop 3D printing, a future that is made brighter through the combination of Ultimaker and MakerBot software, hardware and materials.

Owing to the merger, NPM Capital now owns 53.5% of the combined company, Ultimaker, with Stratasys owning 46.5%.

Dr. Yoav Zeif, CEO of Stratasys said, “The completion of this business combination advances our aspirations of being the leading go-to provider of industrial and manufacturing-scale polymer 3D printing systems and solutions, while simultaneously creating a preeminent Desktop 3D printing company. Unlocking the value in MakerBot via this combination is designed to create long-term value for our shareholders through enhanced strategic focus on our key end-markets and from the minority ownership stake we retain in Ultimaker.”

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