October 12, 2015      

The 3D printing market is continuing to consolidate, as companies such as Microsoft and Stratasys strengthen their ecosystems for software and services. However, even as additive manufacturing moves from prototyping to production, the promise of 3D printers in the home looks far off.

Autodesk Inc. is acquiring netfabb GmbH and is investing in its parent company, FIT AG. Both netfabb and FIT Technology Group are based in Germany and provide software for additive manufacturing.

Lupburg, Germany-...

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