3D Systems has reported unaudited Q4 2020 revenue of US$172.7 million, an increase of 2.6% compared to US$168.2 million in Q4 2019.

Q4 revenue in Healthcare increased 48% to US$86.6 million, driven by strong sales in both dental applications and medical applications, while industrial sales decreased 21.6% to US$86 million, compared to Q4 2019.

Full year 2020 revenue was US$557.2 million, a decrease of 12.4% from US$636.4 million in 2019. Revenue from Healthcare increased 9.1% to US$245.4 million, while industrial sales decreased 24.2% to US$311.9 million.

‘With our singular focus on additive manufacturing, we were pleased to deliver strong growth at the end of what was an unprecedented year,’ said Dr Jeffrey A. Graves, CEO.

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