- 3D Systems (DDD) is acquiring Robtec, a Sao Paulo-based firm declared to be the largest additive manufacturing service bureau and 3D printer/scanner distributor in Latin America.
- 3D will initially buy 70% of Robtec, and the remainder of its shares in 5 years. The deal's price tag is undisclosed; 3D says it will be accretive to EPS within 12 months of closing.
- Robtec, which operates in Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay, will support 3D's Quickparts custom manufacturing/prototyping service. 3D has already acquired a string of service bureaus over the last couple of years. Services accounted for 28% of the company's Q4 revenue.
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