Voxeljet: Ongoing Cash Usage Results In Additional Dilution

Sep. 29, 2022 3:51 PM ETvoxeljet AG (VJET)DDD, SSYS1 Comment
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Summary

  • Company announces another capital raise as the business continues to consume substantial amounts of cash.
  • Inability to restructure debt obligations resulted in the requirement to sell the company's corporate headquarters in Germany.
  • Following the debt repayments, Voxeljet will be debt-free but new lease obligations for the corporate headquarters are likely to put additional pressure on operating expenses and cash flows.
  • Recent Q2 results showed signs of improvement, but ongoing cash outflows require the company to raise additional capital on a more regular basis.
  • Investors should remain on the sidelines until the company moves closer to cash-flow break even.
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Last month, small Germany-based provider of large-format 3D printers and on-demand parts services voxeljet AG (NASDAQ:VJET) or "Voxeljet" reported improved Q2 results with revenues, margins and backlog all growing on a year-over-year basis:

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