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Exhibit 99.1

 

 

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Transitioning from Restructuring
to
Sustained Profitable Growth

 

Abe N. Reichental

President & Chief Executive Officer

January, 2007

 

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Forward-Looking Statements

 

Certain statements made in this presentation that are not statements of historical or current facts are forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.  Forward-looking statements may involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the company to be materially different from historical results or from any future results expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. In addition to statements which explicitly describe such risks and uncertainties, readers are urged to consider statements in the future tenses or that include the terms “believes,” “belief,” “estimates,” “expects,” “intends,” “anticipates” or “plans” to be uncertain and forward-looking.  Forward-looking statements may include comments as to the company’s beliefs and expectations as to future events and trends affecting its business.  Forward-looking statements are based upon management’s current expectations concerning future events and trends and are necessarily subject to uncertainties, many of which are outside the control of the company. The factors stated under the headings “Forward-Looking Statements,” “Cautionary Statements and Risk Factors,” which appear in the company’s periodic filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, as well as other factors, could cause actual results to differ materially from those reflected or predicted in forward-looking statements.

 

Experience the difference…

 



Embracing Our Customers

 

Creating Value Enhancement

 

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Customer Value Proposition:

 

Innovative, Economical and Practical Product Development and Manufacturing Solutions That Transform the Way Our Customers Design, Develop and Manufacture New Products…

 

Supported By Comprehensive and Diversified Technology-Rich Platforms and a Steady Stream of New Products…

 



Solving Customer Needs in Multiple Marketplaces:  Industrial

 

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Solving Customer Needs in Multiple Marketplaces:  Consumer

 

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Solving Customer Needs in Multiple Marketplaces:  Automotive

 

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Solving Customer Needs in Multiple Marketplaces: Aerospace

 

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Solving Customer Needs in Multiple Marketplaces:  Motorsports

 

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Solving Customer Needs in Multiple Marketplaces: Service Providers

 

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Solving Customer Needs in Multiple Marketplaces:  Healthcare

 

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Direct Global Presence

 

Platform for Customer Value Enhancement

 

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U.S.

 

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U.K.

 

France

 

Switzerland

 

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Germany

 

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Italy

 

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Japan

 

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Hong Kong

 

We Cover 80% of the World

 



Customer Value Enhancement

 

Enhancing Competitiveness Through Superior Products

 

3-D Printing

 

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Stereolithography

 

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Laser Sintering

 

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VisiJet® plastics:

 

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VisiJet® SR

 

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VisiJet® HR

 

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VisiJet ® LD

 

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Color VisiJet™ LD

 

Accura® plastics & composites:

 

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Accura® 25

 

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Accura® 50

 

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Accura® 60

 

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Bluestone

 

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Amethyst

 

DuraForm® plastics & metals:

 

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LaserForm™ A6

 

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DuraForm®
PA/GF

 

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DuraForm® FLEX

 

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DuraForm® AF

 

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DuraForm® EX

 

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Black DuraForm® EX

 



Bottom Line:

Sustainable Profitability Is The Most Important Indicator of The Health of Our Business…

 

So………..

 

How Do We Intend to Achieve Sustained Profitability?

 



Expect Business Fundamentals to Normalize

 

Achieving Sustained Profitability

 

Profitability

 

                              Average Selling Prices expected to be maintained

                              Cost Of Goods Sold impacted by friction costs, expected to normalize

                              Special Operating Expenses reflect relocation, ERP, restatement, SOX

                              Gross Profit expected to return to historical levels

 

Execution

 

                              Restoring customer confidence expected to revive healthy sales

                              Organizing around growth initiatives expected to drive growth

                              Remedying material weaknesses and achieving robust effective controls

                              Proprietary materials expected to grow recurring revenue

                              Growth expected to resume at accelerated pace

 

Working Capital

 

                              Reducing Inventory post relocation expected to free cash

                              Returning DSO to historical levels expected to free cash

                              Completing Relocation and ERP expected to reduce expenses

                              Rock Hill operations expected to yield anticipated savings

                              Cash velocity expected to improve from DOH and DSO improvements

 



Expected Cost Reductions and Productivity Leverage Achieving

 

Sustained Profitability

 

Facilities consolidation:

 

$2.5mm annual savings

 

 

Preferred stock conversion:

 

$1.6mm annual savings

 

 

6% convert partial conversion:

 

$0.4mm annual savings

 

 

Lean methods and ERP:

 

added to performance toolbox

 

 

Supply chain/working capital:

 

our next target area

 

Employee Productivity

Revenue Per Employee*

($000’s)

 

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*12-Month Average Number of Employees

 

Expect Initiatives to Contribute
>$4.5mm Per Year Improvement

 



Improving Revenue Mix and Profitability

 

Achieving Sustained Profitability

 

Revenue Basket

 

                        Materials: Highest margin in the mix: growing 20+%

                        Service: Lowest margin in the mix: flattening

                        Systems: New systems growing at attractive margins

 

Growth Engine

 

                        Rapid Manufacturing: Drive materials volume consumption

                        Higher Speed Systems: Drive materials volume consumption

                        Proprietary Cartridges: Ensure recurring revenue retention

 

Leveraging Volume, Productivity, Mix, Retention
and Fixed Costs to Maximize Profitability

 



 

 

Industry Growth Trend

 

Achieving Sustained Profitability

 

Industry Materials Revenue Growth

 

3D’s Materials Revenue Growth

(in millions)

 

(in millions)

 

 

 

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Source: Wohlers Associates, Inc.

 

Source: 3D Systems Corporation

 

 

 

Leveraging Market Demand and Readiness Maximizes Profitability

 



Operating Culture

 

Achieving Sustained Profitability

 

Assets and resources
configured and utilized to
deliver maximum customer
value with minimal waste, low
variability and high flexibility

 

 

 

 

 

 

Operating System

 

Current

 

Sustainable

Performance

 

future

 

Management System

performance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mindsets and behavior

 

 

 

 

The process, organization and
related infrastructure required
to influence and enforce the
operating system to ensure
business goals are achieved
within our standards of
conduct

 

Performance-oriented leadership and organization-wide behavior
to sustain an institutionalized
continuous improvement ethic

 



Increasing Stockholder Value

 

Achieving Sustained Profitability

 

 

 

Actual

 

 

 

 

 

2003

 

2004

 

2005

 

Long-Term

 

 

 

Year

 

Year

 

Year

 

Target

 

Revenue

 

100

%

100

%

100

%

100

%

Gross profit

 

39

%

45

%

45

%

50-55

%

Operating expense

 

53

%

40

%

39

%

30-35

%

Operating income

 

(14

)%

4

%

7

%

15-25

%

Net income available to common stockholders

 

(24

)%

1

%

6

%

10-15

%

Depreciation and amortization

 

8

%

6

%

4

%

3-5

%

Capex

 

1

%

1

%

2

%

1-2

%

New product revenue

 

1

%

13

%

28

%

55-65

%

Recurring materials revenue

 

28

%

31

%

34

%

55-65

%

 

Longer-Term Target Operating Model at $150 Million Revenue

 



Balanced Score-Card Management System

 

Achieving Sustained Profitability

 

Learning, Innovation
and Growth

 

Internal Perspective

 

Customer Perspective

 

Financial

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PROSPER, GROW STRATEGIC PILLARS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GROWTH
New Customers
Existing Customers

 

 

 

OPERATIONAL
EXCELLENCE

 

 

 

Urgency & Responsiveness

 

 

 

Intimacy:  We know our customers’ businesses, and we use that knowledge to solve problems

 

 

 

 

 

Speed

Quality

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flawless new product
planning and delivery

Identify new opportunities in

 

Urgency & Responsiveness

 

Planning and
delivery: deliver
what we say,
when we say

 

products and processes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Continually
reduce our cost

 

 

Continually improve our competencies Provide a safe, challenging and
enjoyable workplace Hire people aligned with our values and culture

 

      Operating Income $/%

      Free Cash

      Direct Margin $/%

 

      Customer Satisfaction

      Customer Complaints

      On-Time & Complete Deliveries

      Total Inventory Turns

      DSO

      Cash velocity

      Yields

      Cost/kg

      Manufacturing OH%

 

      % new product revenue

      Margins on NP

      Recoveries/Returns

      Scrap

      Controllable Expenses

 

      Key Turnover

      One Year + Turnover

      Total Company Turnover

      Employee Satisfaction

      Leadership Survey

 



Bottom Line:

Competition Could Undermine Our Technology and Marketplace Gains…

 

So………..

 

How Do We Intend to Compete and Profit?

 



Customer Value Underscores Competitive Advantage

 

Exceptional Value Drives Growth and Profitability

 

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Comprehensive Competitive Cards

 

Leadership

 

Three Proprietary Technology Platforms

 

 

 

Manufacturing

 

Extensive Direct/Indirect Capabilities

 

 

 

Future-Shaping

 

Disruptive Technologies . . . Desktop

 

 

 

Presence

 

> All competitors world-wide

 

 

 

Materials

 

Extensive Chemical Formulating

 

                  Dedicated chemical manufacturing facility

                  Proprietary cartridge technology

                  SYMYX exclusive arrangement

 

Verticals

 

Focused, Targeted Penetration

 

                  Jewelry manufacturing

                  Dental restorations

                  Hearing aid manufacturing

                  Aerospace manufacturing

                  Investment casting pattern manufacturing

                  Motorsports rapid modeling and manufacturing

 

Portfolio Presence and Penetration
Underscores Our Competitive Advantage

 



Comprehensive Competitive Cards

 

Compete On all Dimensions

 

                  Technology and innovation . . . Leapfrog the competition

 

                  Cost . . . Continuous improvement is a race without a finish line

 

                  Customer service . . . Built on high quality and user friendliness

 

                  Marketing and brand management . . . Best in class

 

                  Reseller channel . . . Recruit the best; let go of the rest

 

                  People . . . Leading, training, inspiring our people to do their jobs a little better every day

 

Competent Capable Committed People
Underscore Our Competitive Advantage

 



3D Systems SLA® Part Detail/Accuracy

 

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Customer Value Underscores Our Competitive Advantage

 

Source: FineLine Prototyping Competitive Web Page

 



Objet Geometries Poly-Jet Part Detail/Accuracy

 

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Accuracy Underscores Our Competitive Advantage

 

Source: FineLine Prototyping Competitive Web Page

 



Stratasys FDM Part Detail/Accuracy

 

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Technology Superiority Underscores Our Competitive Advantage

 

Source: FineLine Prototyping Competitive Web Page

 



Bottom Line:
Sustainable Profitable Growth Is The Biggest, Single Assured Value Creator…

 

So………..

 

How Do We Intend to Grow?

 



Significant Industry Evolutionary and Revolutionary Trends

 

3D CAD Priced
~ +$100K
             
.

 

3D CAD Priced
~ +$5-10K
      
.

 

CAD~ +$1-5K
Google Sketch
Cosmic Blobs

 

3D CAD Priced
~ <$1K
                 
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3D Systems invents SLA® technology

 

3-D Printing adoption
ASP decline to <$50K

 

Printer ASP  <$20K Disruptive technology

 

Rapid Manufacturing Systems and materials Drive revenue growth

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1986

 

2002

 

2006-7

 

2010

 

 

Source: William Blair and 3D Systems Corporation

 



Building Growth Infrastructure

 

Total 2006 Investment $17MM

                  Consolidated HQ and R&D facility

                  Oracle-based ERP system

                  Exclusive materials’ development agreement with Symyx

                  Systems’ assembly operations outsourced to integrated suppliers

                  Proprietary materials’ production consolidated in Marly, Switzerland

                  Supply chain outsourcing to UPS

                  Expanded R&D facilities and personnel

                  Rapid Manufacturing Center (RMC)

                  3D Systems University

 

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Extending and Growing The Core

 


Extend the Core

Grow the Current Core

Invent the Future

 

 

 

      Build where we’re strong…SLA® and SLS®

 

      Get scale and build relative share in Rapid Manufacturing and   3-D Printing

 

      Fill in the product “white spaces”

 

      Become important and sticky to customers

 

      Dual branding

 

      Acquisitions

 

      Private labeling

 

      Build key customer partnerships

 

      Customization as tool

 

      Constant reinvention; hybrids

 

      Differentiation

 

      Eradicate NIH syndrome

 

      Imagine, dream and invent

 

      Beat competitors to the future, disruptive technology

 

      Plan for cannibalization

 

      Licensing as a route

 

 

Build Sustained  Broad Competencies

 

 

 

 

 

      Develop broad-based, long-term capabilities

 

      Acquire/license supporting core technology with quality brands

 

      Build volume and scale

 

 



Extending and Growing The Core

 

Leveraging Our Innovation Engine

 

Enhancing Our Customers’ Success and Competitiveness

 

                  Leveraging innovation to provide performance-differentiated products

                  Enhancing customer efficiency in product development and manufacturing

 

Improving Our Customers’ Bottom Line

 

                  Enabling better selling margins for customers

                  Providing our application skills and technologists to solve our customers’ problems

 

 Leveraging Our Brands for Customer Value Creation

 

                  Providing better brand recognition and differentiation to our PSP’s

                  Co-marketing ready-to-use Pro parts with service providers

 

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Creating Enabling Nurturing Growth Environment

 

Products

 

                  Stimulating and celebrating creativity

 

                  Fostering quality culture

 

                  Focusing R&D spending on core growth initiatives

 

                  Technology leadership as a way of life

 

                  Experiencing it through the customers’ eyes

 

                  Injecting a little magic and mystery

 

Sustained Profitable Growth

 

Product Innovation

Operational Excellence

 

                  Market expansion

 

                  White space fill-ins

 

                  Geographic expansion

 

                  Adjacencies

 

Customers

 

Efficiency

 

                  Lean Methods

 

                  Six Sigma

 

                  Supply Chain Improvements

 

                  Robust IT Systems

 

                  Better SOP Process

 

                  Cash Velocity

 



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                  Customer Training

 

                  Reseller Training

 

                  Team 3D Learning

 

                  2-year RP&M Degree

 



Differentiated Brands & Proprietary Portfolio Enables Growth

 

2003 Core Products

 

3-D Printing

 

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Proprietary Cartridges

 

Rapid Manufacturing

 

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2007 Current Products

 

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Price  ~ $15K-850K

 

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Alliances and Partners in Global Collaboration

 

Business Alliances

 

                  DSM Somos

 

                  Symyx Corporation

 

                  Solidimension Ltd

 

                  Dreve GMBH

 

Alliances/Partners

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3D Systems

 

Technical Alliances

 

                  University of Texas-Austin

 

                  Loughborough University U.K

 

                  Queensland University Australia

 

                  St. Gallen Institute Switzerland

 

Borderless Customer Success

 

                  Siemens

 

                  Airbus

 

                  Toyota

 

                  Henry Schein

 



Extending and Growing The Core

 

Leveraging Our Presence, Position and Portfolio

 

Customers

 

Beta Projects at  Customers

Sales and Marketing Professionals

Application Development Engineers

Customer Hot-Line Professionals

Customer Service Representatives

Technical Service Engineers

Annual Customer Field Visits

Customer/Prospect Web Contacts

 

Interactive Two-Way Process for Addressing Customer Needs

 



Growth Program: 3-D Printing

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                  Proof of concept

                  Functional testing

                  Product cost reduction

                  Purchasing and quotation

 

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                  Product mockups

                  Precision casting

                  Marketing tools

                  Architecture

                  Education

 



3-D Printing Growth Drivers

 

(Based on units)

 

Global Engineering Population

 

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Source:  3D Systems, CADigest, engineeringtalk.com, Deskeng.com

 



Rapid Manufacturing Growth Drivers

 

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                  Hearing aids

                  Aerospace

                  Military

                  Orthodontics

                  Dental study models

                  Dental drill guides

 

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                  Formula One/NASCAR

                  Automotive

                  Medical/prosthetics

                  Footwear

                  Tools and fixtures

                  Jewelry manufacturing

 



Global CAPEX

Production Machinery

 

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Source:  3D Systems and ARC Advisory Group

 



Extending the Base With Common Sense

 

Business
Expansion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grow the Current
Core Business

 

Complementary
Acquisitions

 

Build New Business

 

International
Growth

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

•     Defend and extend the core

 

      Adhere to core knowledge and experience

 

      Adjacency trends

 

      Seeded by small M&A

 

•     Japan

 

•     China

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

      Build scale and scalability

 

      Invest in adjacencies

 

      Systems and software

 

•     India

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

      Build relative share

 

      Complementary tuck-ins

 

      Targeted areas

 

      Eastern Europe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

      Leverage presence

 

 

 

•     Solid Modeling SW

 

      Australasia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

      Develop disruptive technologies

 

 

 

•     Simulation SW

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

•     Digital measuring devices

 

 

 

      Build long-term competency

 

 

 

•     MFC test equipment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

•     Digital scanning

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

•     Digital manufacturing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

•     Customer partnerships

 

 

 

 

Customer Success Critical to Growth Success

 



M&A Strategy

 

Strategic Intent

 

                  Fits tightly defined strategic needs in the core or complementary adjacencies

 

                  Bolt-on acquisitions in market areas we understand

 

                  Familiar channels of distribution

 

                  Acquisition targeted to bring technology, market access or scale

 

                  Target top brands as well as appropriately chosen secondary brands

 

Economic Needs

 

                  Avoid margin-dilutive acquisitions

 

                  Price will always be a factor

 

                  Tail liabilities will be scrutinized

 

                  EPS accretive or neutral end of year one excluding purchase accounting

 

                  Acquisitions must be EPS accretive by the end of year two

 



Customer Value Enhancement

 

Leveraging Brands and Improving Presence

 

Primary Customer Segments

Expand with Acquisitions

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Add Vertical Segments

Exit Low Profitability Segments

 

Invest in Winning Growth Segments…Exit Lost Leaders

 



Balanced Model Approach

 

Increase Stockholder Value

 

                  Investing in our core growth programs

                  Rapid Manufacturing

                  3-D Printing

 

                  Intelligently pursuing growth elsewhere in the pyramid

                  Digital dentistry

                  Aerospace manufacturing

 

                  M&A strategy to enhance core growth and fill gaps

                  Complementary adjacencies

                  Technology tuck-ins

 

                  Share repurchase and dividend outlook

                  Not desirable in accelerated growth/investment environment

 

Higher Growth – Higher Earnings – Higher P/E

 



Summary — Longer-Term Strategy

 

                  Core business, feed winners and starve the losers

 

                  Scale where market opportunities are large: Printing and Manufacturing

 

                  Increase relative share in smaller verticals: Jewelry and Dentistry

 

                  Tactical globalization

 

                  Drive technology to fuel market leadership

 

                  Tradeoffs of printers’ profitability and growth to fuel value creation momentum through materials

 

                  Building on brands, technology, people, service, systems and distribution

 

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                  Technology leadership ensures market leadership and growth

 

                  Technology lattice protects the downsides and ensures upsides

 

                  Low capital intensity

 

                  Unlimited systems and materials  production capacity

 

                  Growth as a way of life

 



Investment Thesis

 

                  Leading industry position and technology

 

                  Energized, experienced management team

 

                  Clear priorities… demonstrated execution

 

                  Powerful brands, deep customer relations, diverse base

 

                  Global presence, reach

 

                  Differentiated product portfolio

 

                  Broad patented and proprietary technology platforms

 

                  Proven record of business development

 

                  Healthy pipeline of opportunities

 

                  Improving operating results and cash flow

 

                  Significant growth programs

 

                  3-D Printing

 

                  Rapid Manufacturing

 

                  Measurable value, customers and stockholders

 

Transitioning from Restructuring to Profitable Growth

 

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Announcing the

 

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Disruptive Technology Platform

 

Coming to a marketplace near you this summer

 

What is FTI?

Film Transfer Imaging Technology

 

 

What is FTI?

Disruptive Fourth Technology Platform

 

 

What is FTI?

Revolutionary Exciting V-Flash™ Modeler

 

 

What is FTI?

Simple, Fast, Compact Affordable Desktop

 

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Fast

 

Build models in hours

 

 

 

Compact

 

Fits on your desktop

 

 

 

Affordable

 

Priced at $9,900

 

With our fast, compact V-Flash™ Modelers you can build ready-to-use, 3-D models in hours on your desktop. Priced at $9,900, the V-Flash™ Desktop Modeler enables you to affordably build 3-D models whenever you need them

 

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Productivity

 

2-3X Faster > Today’s 3-D Printers

 

 

 

Affordability

 

Priced @ $9,900

 

 

 

Quality

 

SLA®-like Part Quality

 

 

 

Compatibility

 

Office and Home Desktop

 

 

 

Utility

 

Plug & Play

 

 

 

Simplicity

 

Easy Operation Consumable Parts

 



Film Transfer Imaging (FTI) Technology

 

Coming to a marketplace near you this summer

 

                  Proprietary materials dispensing

 

                  Precision materials metering

 

                  State-of-the-art Flash imaging

 

                  Disposable build pad with integrated supports

 

                  Dry SLA®-like part

 

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Fast, Affordable, Compact Simple Safe Desktop Office

 

Coming to a marketplace near you this summer

 

                  Standard office power requirements

 

                  Standard computer connections

 

                  Quiet, simple operation

 

                  Remote operation, diagnostics

 

                  Ready-to-use SLA®-like parts

 

                  Safe handling, use and waste disposal

 

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Proprietary Engineered Cartridge

 

Optimized Performance

 

                  Easy, quick clean replacement

 

                  Embedded material transfer

 

                  Integrated metering/dispensing

 

                  Minimal waste clean disposal

 

                  Consumable disposable FTI

 

                  Reduced hardware cost

 

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V-Flash™ Desktop Modeler

 

User-Friendly Operation… Affordable Total Cost of Ownership

 

                  User maintenance

 

                  Plug and play spare parts

 

                  User installable assemblies

 

                  Disposable FTI cartridge

 

                  Disposable build pad

 

                  On-board and web diagnostics

 

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                  Affordable replacement parts

 

                  Flash unit

 

                  Imager

 

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V-Flash™ Customer/Company Economical Model

 

Coming to a marketplace near you this summer

 

Customer

 

                  Affordable price

 

                  Fast and productive

 

                  Quality parts

 

                  Office compatible

 

                  Easy-to-use

 

                  Economical to operate

 

Expected annual savings

$25K-85K

 

Company

 

                  Accelerated adoption

 

                  >Material consumption

 

                  Deeper penetration

 

                  Broader acceptance

 

                  Shorter sale cycle

 

                  > Usage frequency

 

Expected annual consumption

$5K-20K

 



Competitive Positioning

 

Placement

 

 

 

Home

 

Office

 

Lab

 

Factory

 

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Performance

 

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Ink Jet

 

InVision® LD

 

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Dot Matrix

 

Dimensions

 

 

 

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Price

 



Commercialization Road Map

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer 2007

 

2007

 

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SR InVision®

 

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Verticals

 

Retail

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Building V-Flash™ Community

 

www.modelin3d.com

 

INSTANT DESKTOP MODELING

 

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                  See the V-Flash at Chicago Show!

                  Register to win a FREE V-Flash!

                  Enter your desings in our Hot Model Contest!

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V-Flash Printer Overview

V-Flash in Action!

Specials & Promotions

How to Purchase a V-Flash

V-Flash Community

Partners & Resources

Support & Downloads

News & Events

About 3D Systems

Contact US

Home

 

3D Prototyping for your Desktop!

 

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NEWS & UPDATES

 

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Technical Support!

 

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Send us Your CAD designs for our Hot Model Contest

 

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              Generate product demand

              Build brand recognition

              Recruit ‘best’ resellers

              Establish V-Flash™ community

              Become the flagship

 



Significant Industry Trends

 

Heidelberg Printing Press

 

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