Stratasys Ltd says that it received US$147.0 million in Q2 2021, compared to US$117.6 million in the same period of 2020.

‘Our strong second quarter results were highlighted by a 25% year over year revenue improvement with growth from all regions and all business lines,’ said Dr Yoav Zeif, Stratasys CEO. ‘The transition of the 3D printing industry from prototyping to mass production is ongoing, and our commitment to being the first choice in polymer 3D printing positions us to be the main benefactor.’

The company says that it expects Q3 2021 revenue of approximately 17% 18% growth year-over-year with Q4 revenue expected to be ‘sequentially higher’ than third quarter.

This story uses material from Stratasys, with editorial changes made by Materials Today.